Sleepless in Cannes: Moguls Haunt the Majestic Hotel Bar 2 days ago
Nobody sleeps in Cannes. At 1 a.m. in the bar at the Majestic Hotel, just across from the Palais de Festival, it’s not that hard to...
By Sharon Waxman
Harvey Weinstein, Jeff Bezos, Ryan Kavanaugh, Demian Bichir and more attend The Wrap's 3rd Annual Pre-Oscar Party at Culina at the Four Seasons Los Angeles at Beverly Hills
The Weinstein Company appealed the R rating of its documentary "Bully," which tells the stories of five young bullying victims
Here are the talking points for the best of this week's parties before and after the Oscar ceremony
Harvey Weinstein wants a PG-13 for documentary so it can be shown in schools
Netflix and The Weinstein Company strike a multi-year deal bringing some of its latest titles exclusively to the red envelope
Michael Moore sued his "Fahrenheit 9/11" partners Bob and Harvey Weinstein for $2.7 million in February 2011.
All the action from the red carpets to the panels to the film premieres
By 6 p.m. everyone is starving and charges out during commercials to forage for tea sandwiches in a backroom
The president targets a star-studded list of potential supporters
New blogs and HuffPost content come to the online ticketing site
The mogul wants to make a musical based on his movie "My Week With Marilyn"
Could the real-life premiere match the one in the film? Silent black-and-white awards candidate speaks up and answers burning questions
"I would of course be more than happy to fly in the other leading members of the Tea Party movement to make an entire day of it"
Tom Quinn and Jason Janego will be co-presidents of the still-to-be-named division
Harvey Weinstein and Paul Rudd hold court at the Cinerama Dome; Disney characters galore at D23 gathering
"I Love You, Man" star is mogul-licking good in new Funny or Die film
The indie-film kingpin speaks glowingly of the movie he beat at the Oscars in 1999, but says some tech companies view movies as product
Students, filmmakers and a chef win Cannes awards -- but the big prizes are still to come
After the red carpet and the premieres, the stars come out at the legendary hotel
Stars flaunt their finery at France's annual film festival
TWC's Oscar strategy: buy “Iron Lady” after an all-night bidding war with Universal, Searchlight, Summit and others
A couple of new movies divide critics, while a couple of companies -- TWC and SPC -- take center stage
The co-chairman of The Weinstein Co. argues that there's a strong market for quality independent movies at TheGrill@Tribeca, TheWrap's entertainment and media conference on April 22
TheGrill@Tribeca: A panel of independent film distributors say you must make smart choices -- and have a library
TheGrill@Tribeca: Co-chairman of the Weinstein Company says 2011 will "outgross the Miramax years"
Julian Schnabel's latest film looks at the Arab-Israeli conflict through the eyes of an Arab
All makers of loud, stupid action movies only wish their films delivered as much sheer sensation as this latest installment in the vroom-vroom saga