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  1. Bill Condon's 'Mr. Holmes' Lands U.S. Home With Miramax, Roadside

    9:30 am 9/3/2014

    The Sherlock Holmes tale stars Ian McKellen and Laura LinneyRead more

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  2. Joshua Grode Hired at Irell & Manella to Co-Chair Transactions Group

    3:01 pm 8/21/2014

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  3. Hollywood Docket: Street Art, Folk Songs and Cryptocurrency

    8:18 am 8/21/2014

    The latest entertainment law news including Duke University's reaction to a lawsuit from John Wayne's heirs.Read more

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  4. Why Brad Pitt's Early Film 'Johnny Suede' Was Reworked

    9:00 am 8/8/2014

    The 1991 movie stars a pre-fame Pitt as a rockabilly-obsessed musician.Read more

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  5. AOL Launching Free Streaming Movies Service With Miramax

    6:17 am 4/23/2014

    The website will feature ad-supported titles from the company's library of films.Read more

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  6. Harvey Weinstein, Miramax Denied First Attempt to Halt 'Hobbit' Arbitration

    8:23 am 2/18/2014

    The Weinsteins and Miramax want the dispute over "Hobbit" sequel profits to be determined in open court.Read more

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  7. Miramax Can't Trim Saul Zaentz's $20 Million 'English Patient' Lawsuit

    1:23 pm 2/5/2014

    Harvey Weinstein looks primed for an April trial showdown over the 1996 Best Picture winner.Read more

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  8. Sundance: Weinstein Co.'s David Glasser on Buying Plans, Miramax Deal Impact (Q&A)

    11:00 am 1/15/2014

    The COO talks to THR about whether the studio will buy less, how he'll stay up all night and the truth behind "Harvey Scissorhands": "Having Harvey for a set of eyes is a breath of fresh air."Read more

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  9. Miramax Taps Zanne Devine as Exec VP Production and Development

    8:28 am 1/14/2014

    Devine will lead content acquisition, production and development for Miramax, overseeing both film and TV.Read more

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  10. Weinsteins, Miramax Strike 20-Year Production, Distribution Partnership

    8:00 am 12/16/2013

    The move allows Harvey Weinstein to tackle a "Shakespeare in Love" sequel as well as a TV series based on the 1996 comedy "Swingers."Read more

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