Miramax is trying to stop Tarantino from auctioning off seven unreleased "Pulp Fiction" scenes as NFTs.
Mangold says Miramax was "dark and corrupt" when he was making "Cop Land" at the studio in the late '90s.
Sixteen years ago, the Miramax actioner starring Uma Thurman handily beat back Lions Gate's Marvel entry "The Punisher," starring Thomas Jane.
Tarantino didn't go through with his "Halloween" sequel, which is probably a good thing since he considers most of the follow-up films "awful."
He previously worked at Warner Bros., MGM, Columbia, and Miramax, among others.
Of the three new plaintiffs, two claim the producer attacked them, while the third says Weinstein trapped and attempted to kiss her.
The "Snatch" filmmaker is going back to his indie roots on his next movie about the crazy global marijuana business.
Our box office editor remembers the early years of Bob and Harvey Weinstein, when they were way over their heads.
Nothing explains the avalanche of bone-chilling accusations, but it is time to be honest about a business built around one man's tremendous human shortcomings.
In light of recent revelations, we ask a panel of critics how the backstory of a film should impact the way we receive it.
Weinstein announced that he would take a leave of absence from The Weinstein Co. following The New York Times' report.
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