People who have been silenced and unable to share their stories about working with alleged sexual predator Harvey Weinstein now can.
A source told IndieWire that TWC's debt is $55 million higher than the figure quoted to prospective buyers.
Speaking to reporters yesterday, he said: “We have never seen anything as despicable as what we’ve seen right here.”
The new Weinstein Company will have private breastfeeding rooms, three free meals a day and emphasize an open and inclusive workplace under imminent owner Maria Contreras-Sweet, a knowledgeable insider told TheWrap. The former Small Business Administrator for President Barack Obama will also establish a multi-million dollar “victim fund” for Harvey Weinstein’s accusers to which Contreras-Sweet is contributing around $20 million, said the individual. After emerging this week as the exclusive bidder for the remnants of Harvey and Bob Weinstein’s film and TV assets, Contreras-Sweet plans to radically change a culture of financial peril and verbal abuse that housed widely-accused sexual assailant Harvey Weinstein.
Maria Contreras-Sweet, the former head of the Small Business Administration under President Obama, has put in the first bid for The Weinstein Company.
Harvey Weinstein's contract with The Weinstein Company appears to have a clause in it which factors in the paying off of harassment claims.
The board of directors of the Weinstein Company will meet by the end of the day on Friday to decide if Harvey Weinstein will remain with the indie film and television studio he helped found, Variety has learned. Under one scenario being teased in the company’s upper echelons, Weinstein’s brother Bob will assume the leadership […]
The Weinstein Company have launched an appeal against the Motion Picture Association of America’s decision to give drama ‘3 Generations’ an R-rating. Made in 2015 and originally entitled ‘About Ray,’ the film from director/co-writer Gaby Dellal stars Elle Fanning as Ray, a teenage transgender male anxious to start transitioning.