Michelle Williams

Michelle Williams

Harvey Weinstein

Harvey Weinstein

Singling out a particular drunken scene featuring stars Ryan Gosling and Michelle Williams, The Motion Picture Association of America’s Classification and Rating Administration awarded the movie a restrictive NC-17 rating.
But Weinstein, whose Weinstein Co. is distributing the movie, has vowed to fight the ruling, claiming it could damage the marital drama’s box office performance when it’s released on December 31.

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Motorcade

Motorcade coming down East Side

Motorcade, possibly coming down from an East side residence, possibly to the gubernatorial debate on Long Island …Attorney General Cuomo?

Icon funds Weinstein Co.

13 October, 2010

Michelle Williams

 

Len Blavatnik’s investment in the Weinstein Co. movies signals the Ukrainian-born businessman’s desire to expand his foothold in Hollywood. Blavatnik has agreed to invest in a new three-year film fund for the Weinstein Co. for a slate of movies with budgets of $5 million to $20 million. Initially, Blavatnik would invest $25 million into a revolving facility but could ultimately put up as much as $100 million, people close to the deal said.
Under the agreement, the Weinstein Co. will release the movies in the U.S. and Canada and also control rights in Australia, Germany and France. Blavatnik’s U.K. based production, distribution and foreign sales company Icon Entertainment, headed by foreign distribution veteran Stewart Till, will release the films in Great Britian and handle all other international markets.
Profits from the films will be split evenly between the companies.

 

Marilyn Monroe from Michelle Williams

Marilyn Monroe from Michelle Williams

 

“Meek’s” is no mere “movie movie.” Resurrecting the big screen Western on its own classic mythological and Freudian terms and on elliptical allegorical terms of her and screenwriter John Raymond’s own devising, Ms. Reichardt has pulled off the American genre film coup of this century, brilliantly photographed in a radically anachronistic narrow [1.33:1] film frame.

Michelle Williams

Meek's Cutoff star without bonnet

New York Film Festival:
“Meek’s Cutoff”: Michelle Williams stars in this political period drama from Kelly Reichardt.    Be on the lookout for “Meek’s Cutoff,” a dramatically restrained, unabashedly political period drama from Kelly Reichardt (“Wendy and Lucy”) about a lost, westward-ho wagon train and featuring Michelle Williams as a tough pioneer in a Holly Hobbie bonnet.   here