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    Why Weinstein Pushed Back 'The Imitation Game'

    The Weinstein Company has pushed back Toronto Audience Award winner and Best Picture contender 'The Imitation Game' from November 21 to a November 28 limited release. Here's why.

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    Harvey Weinstein Defends Netflix's 'Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon' Deal

    At the Produced By: New York conference on Saturday, Harvey Weinstein said he was surprised by the backlash against The Weinstein Company's recent deal to bring the "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" sequel to IMAX theaters and Netflix concurrently.

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    Top Ten Box Office Takeaways: Why 'Ouija' and Keanu Reeves' 'John Wick' Hit Big, Whither 'St. Vincent'?

    The Hollywood studios get skittish about losing audiences to Halloween trick-or-treats and parties. Even though it's a week away, the studios took a hiatus from opening any star-driven, high-end films. Per usual, a pre-Halloween horror flick-- "Ouija" from Universal--topped the weekend, while "John ...

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    Weinstein Seals Deal on Female-Led, Will Ferrell-Produced Comedy 'Plus One'

    As The Weinstein Company continues to troubleshoot its business model, it has just closed the deal on rights to screenwriter April Prosser’s comedy 'Plus One.'

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    Jessica Chastain's Long and Rocky Road to 'The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby'

    Jessica Chastain and director Ned Benson talk 'The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby''s long journey to the screen.

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    Rick Smolan Lived Inside 'Tracks,' Photographed In Living Color

    The movie "Tracks" is based on an unbelievable true story that was well-read around the world in a stunning 32-page cover spread in National Geographic shot by 28-year-old Rick Smolan. For years, the photographer would check in with his subject, Robyn Davidson, who in 1977 trekked 1700 miles across ...

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    Five Ways Netflix and Weinstein Co. Push into the Future with 'Crouching Tiger 2'

    The Weinstein Company is making swift changes that reveal a company in turmoil and transition as they move to the forefront of a rapidly evolving system for delivering films to the public. They are partnering with Netflix to release the highly-touted upcoming sequel "Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon: T...

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    The Weinstein Company Annoys the Hell Out of Theater Owners With 'Crouching Tiger' Plans

    The Weinstein Company continues to push the envelope when it comes to innovative distribution strategies - and theater owners aren't happy about it.

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    ‘Tracks’ Oscar-Contender Mia Wasikowska Forges Unique Career Path

    Fact-based odyssey "Tracks," starring Mia Wasikowska as Australian wilderness trekker Robyn Davidson, collected admirers at the Venice, Telluride and Toronto festivals last year, before Weinstein Co. finally opened the movie this past weekend in limited release (worldwide box office so far: $4.4 mil...

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    Where Are the Missing Pictures?

    As the Oscar race gets under way, the field seems slimmer than usual. One reason is a number of missing titles that have been pushed back for various reasons. Some are foreign-financed movies still chasing distribution, while others simply don't have a release date.

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