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Latest Harvey Weinstein Items
Harvey Weinstein's annual Cannes presentation promoted films featuring a buff Jake Gyllenhaal, a Shakespearean Michael Fassbender and an old-school Bill Murray.
The Associated Press is all over the Cannes Film Festival - from its glitzy premieres to the celeb parties and quirky moments in between. Here's what reporters have seen and heard:
Live commercial theater from Broadway to Los Angeles would get a huge financial boost under a change in the federal tax code that's being championed by such actors as Neil Patrick Harris, Bryan Cranston and Tyne Daly.
Award-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence is taking a much-needed break, film producer Harvey Weinstein told the Sun.
Harvey Weinstein, the producer of such violent films as "Pulp Fiction" and "Django Unchained," pledged last week that he will no longer make movies with "egregious violence." But conservative critics are calling him a hypocrite.
Movie producer Harvey Weinstein announced for the first time on Howard Stern’s radio show that he is making a full feature drama to try to destroy the National Rifle Association.
The Rolling Stones will join the artists already booked for next week's televised Superstorm Sandy benefit show in New York City, which producers said Friday would be the most widely available live concert ever.
"SEAL Team Six: The Raid on Osama Bin Laden," a new film about the 2011 military raid that killed the terrorist mastermind, is set to debut on the National Geographic Channel on Nov. 4, two days before the election. The following day, the movie will be available on Netflix.
Sen. Olympia Snowe plans a few words about politics even after leaving office.