Tony Awards 2015: Harvey Weinstein Mocked Repeatedly for Snubs (Video)
Co-hosts Kristin Chenoweth and Alan Cumming took aim at the producer, as did Larry David.
Harvey Weinstein wasn't allowed to forget that Finding Neverland got snubbed.
The prolific producer was a frequent punchline throughout the 2015 Tony Awards, as numerous references were made from the stage about the fact that Weinstein's musical based on the 2004 Miramax film failed to land a single nomination heading into theater's biggest night.
Co-hosts Kristin Chenoweth and Alan Cumming got things started in their opening monologue by naming the big stars who were nominated but weren't in attendance, including The River's Hugh Jackman, before pointing out that Weinstein was indeed there despite the lack of noms.
They then attempted to cheer Weinstein up by serenading him with the Charlie Chaplin song "Smile." At the end of the tune, the co-hosts changed the lyrics to encourage Weinstein to instead "count your over a million dollar a week box-office receipts for the last three months."
Chenoweth added to Weinstein about herself and Cumming, "We're both available for movies."
Later in the ceremony, Chenoweth and Cumming referenced the fact that Broadway actors are seldom cast in the Hollywood film adaptations of plays and musicals. "I know!" Chenoweth said, pointing at Harvey.
When presenting the award for best musical, Larry David took the stage with Jason Alexander and carped (so to speak) about not having been nominated for his play, Fish in the Dark.
David jokingly blamed his snub on the awards voters' "anti-Semitism that denies a nomination to a Larry David or a Harvey Weinstein."