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Blockbusters or Schlockbusters - a review of 'Electric Boogaloo: The Wild, Untold Story of Cannon Films'

For every Orson Welles, there’s an Ed Wood, and for every Bob and Harvey Weinstein, there’s a Menahem Golan and Yoram Globus. For every Miramax, there’s a Cannon Films and in many ways, despite the dubious quality of much of the company’s output, Cannon were trailblazers of a sort. 739 more words

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Harvey Weinstein Praises 'Big Eyes' Screenwriters-Producers at Film's Premiere

At Monday night’s premiere of “Big Eyes” on Monday at Gotham’s MoMa, Harvey Weinstein applauded screenwriters and producers Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski for their persistence in bringing a difficult true story to the big screen, which took 11 long years. 471 more words


Sony Hack: Amy Pascal Apologizes to Harvey Weinstein, Lining Up Studio Supporters

Sony Pictures Entertainment is trying to get out in front of the devastating cyber-attack that has left the company reeling before the next batch of stolen documents leaks online. 443 more words


Jackson Demott Hill is making his BROADWAY debut!

We are beaming with pride and excitement over here at Wingspan because our very own Jackson Demott Hill will be making his BROADWAY DEBUT this spring in the new musical Finding Neverland!!! 75 more words

Harvey Weinstein Launches Last-Minute Oscar Campaign for 'The Immigrant'

Just days after launching an Oscar campaign for “The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby,” Harvey Weinstein is adding yet another film to his unpredictable roster of awards season contenders: James Gray’s 1920s period drama, “The Immigrant.” 663 more words


Laura Benanti, Mia Michaels Sign on to Radio City's 'Spring Spectacular'

Broadway favorite Laura Benanti (“Nashville,” “The Good Wife”) has signed on to star in “New York Spring Spectacular,” the new show at Radio City Music Hall jointly produced by MSG Entertainment and Harvey Weinstein’s Weinstein Live Entertainment. 318 more words


PULP FICTION: Making of a Modern Classic

For fans of Tarantino and Pulp Fiction. This is a fantastic article from Vanity Fair, well worth a read. Written in 2013 it gives us a complete retrospective on how the film was written, filmed and sold to the masses,  circa early 1990″s. 9 more words