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Dylan Sellers Exits President Post at TWC

EXCLUSIVE: After three years as president of production and acquisitions at The Weinstein Company, Dylan Sellers will be leaving the company and transitioning back to producing films. 184 more words


Regal Won't Show 'Crouching Tiger 2' On Its IMAX Screens

The No. 1 exhibition chain won’t give IMAX, Netflix and The Weinstein Co a free pass with their initiative to disrupt theaters’ effort to remain the exclusive venue to see major new films. 235 more words


'Finding Neverland', Premium Tickets - And Which NY Times Do You Read?

Finding Neverland has quickly become known in Broadway precincts as The Curious Incident Of The Blog In The Day-Time (with apologies to that other show opening this week). 528 more words


Netflix Sets 'Crouching Tiger 2' As 1st Feature; Hollywood's Nightmare?

BREAKING: While Hollywood studios and exhibitors endlessly spar over shortening the window between theatrical and home viewing on feature films, you just knew that someone was going to take a bona fide movie, bypass theaters and go right to home viewing. 704 more words


'Finding Neverland' lands on Broadway at the Lunt-Fontanne Theater

Movie Man Harvey Weinstein has a dream and that dream is producing a stage version of his movie “Finding Neverland” on Broadway.

He’s announced he’s booked the major musical-friendly… 245 more words


'Finding Neverland' Musical Finds Its Broadway Theater

The Harvey Weinstein-produced musical “Finding Neverland” has found its Broadway home, nabbing the Lunt-Fontanne Theater for an April opening.

The tuner, which got an unusual showcase on the 2014 Tony telecast before it had even begun performances out of town, just ended its tryout run at the American Repertory Theater in Cambridge, Mass. 159 more words


Harvey Weinstein Promises No `Premium' Tix For 'Neverland'

The iceman cameth Sunday, to Cambridge, Mass., dumping a bucketful on New York Post Broadway columnist Michael Riedel. It was a positive outcome for all as Harvey Weinstein, tending his Times Square-bound musical… 296 more words