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  1. SUNDANCE: Weinsteins Spend $8M on Tobey Maguire's 'The Details'

    8:13 pm 1/25/2011

    The Weinstein Co. is close to acquiring worldwide rights to writer-director Jacob Aaron Estes' quirky drama "The Details" for about $8 million.Read more

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  2. Oscar Contender Seeking Celebrities at Sundance for Money to Fund Film Projects: 'I Want an Autograph, on a Check'

    3:26 pm 1/24/2011

    Steven Barber successfully pitched Cher on funding his documentary "Unbeaten," whose Clint Black song "A Better Life" competed with the "Burlesque" star's "You Haven't Seen the Last of Me" for the Oscar.Read more

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  3. Weinstein Co. to Launch Two 'Project Runway' Spinoffs Amid TV Push

    6:47 am 1/24/2011

    Harvey and Bob Weinstein’s company will spend $10 million annually on TV productions and has teamed with Ben Silverman on four shows. Read more

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  4. SUNDANCE: 'Another Happy Day' Is a Bummer of a Crowd Pleaser

    5:36 pm 1/23/2011

    Sam Levinson's family dysfunction drama "Another Happy Day" had its world premiere at the Eccles Theater Sunday afternoon.Read more

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  5. SUNDANCE: The Weinstein Co. Takes in 'My Idiot Brother'

    4:50 pm 1/23/2011

    Harvey Weinstein has taken in the "Idiot" in the family. The Weinstein Co., which has been active in several heated bidding situations over the last few days, has grabbed domestic rights to the Jesse Peretz-directed comedy "My Idiot Brother." The film played to an eager Eccles Theatre audience Saturday night in its worldwide debut. In the 12 hours following, UTA agents repping the film juggled multiple offers throughout the night before closing the deal with TWC on Sunday morning.Read more

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  6. SUNDANCE: Why Paramount Paid $4 Million for 'Like Crazy'

    8:40 am 1/23/2011

    Paramount has inaugurated Sundance fest dealing with purchase of Drake Doremus' "Like Crazy." The company, which had execs Adam Goodman and Matt Brodlie in Park City to see the film, paid $4 million for worldwide rights, according to sources.Read more

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  7. How 'King's Speech' Can Beat 'Social Network' at the Oscars

    9:00 am 1/21/2011

    There's still time for Harvey Weinstein to work his magic against longtime rival Scott Rudin's Golden Globe-winning movie -- if he plays hardball.Read more

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  8. The Race: Now It’s Personal

    9:01 pm 1/18/2011

    “Social Network” won the battle against “King’s Speech” at the Globes, but Harvey can still win the Oscar war against his longtime rival.Read more

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  9. Weinstein Company Acquires 25 Percent Stake in Starz Media

    1:00 pm 1/4/2011

    Starz's Anchor Bay also signs a multi-year U.S. distribution deal with the studio.Read more

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  10. 'Sweetest Sex Ever Shown in Movies' Boosts Michelle Williams' Oscar Hopes

    4:51 pm 12/23/2010

    Harvey Weinstein turned "Blue Valentine's" NC-17 to an R rating, and now moved its release from New Year's Eve to Dec. 29. Read more

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