With its debt restructured, The Weinstein Company has a new lease on life. After surviving a series of disappointments such as "Nine" and "Youth in Revolt," the studio will try to recapture its former glory with a series of sequels and Oscar hopefuls. Here's a look at what's on deck this year for the house that Harvey built.
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My Week with Marilyn -- The story of Marilyn Monroe's affair with a production assistant on the set of "The Prince and the Showgirl." All star cast includes Judi Dench, Kenneth Branagh, and Michelle Williams. Budget: $10 million
Scream 4 -- Neve Campbell, Courtney Cox and David Arquette return. Budget: $40 million
Spy Kids 4 -- Robert Rodriguez offers a new installment in his ongoing kids espionage series. Budget: $40 million
I Don't Know How She Does It -- Sarah Jessica Parker plays a finance executive who is the breadwinner for her husband and two kids.
Silver Linings -- Anne Hathaway in a romantic comedy directed by David O. Russell. Budget: $26 million
August: Osage County -- Big screen adaptation of Pulitzer Prize winning play stars Julia Robert and Meryl Streep. It will begin shooting, aptly enough, in August. Budget: N/A
Apollo 18 -- Conspiracy thriller centers on a NASA coverup of a secret moon mission. The low-cost shocker employees the lost footage hook used so memorably in movies such as "The Blair Witch Project." Budget: $5 million
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