Brian De Palma Harvey Weinstein

It’s been six years since we’ve seen a movie from Brian De Palma, the director of Carrie, Scarface, and Mission: Impossible. He has completed a new film that we may never see (more on that in a minute), but in the meantime, De Palma says he’s writing a new horror movie that features a “sexual aggressor” in the mold of infamous producer Harvey Weinstein. Learn more about the potential Brian De Palma Harvey Weinstein movie below.

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The New York Police Department has had Harvey Weinstein arrested on charges of rape, committing a criminal sex act, sexual abuse, and sexual misconduct.

The disgraced movie mogul surrendered himself to the New York authorities on Friday and is facing criminal charges stemming from multiple sexual assault allegations that have surfaced in the past year.

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Tarantino Lord of the Rings

A new book detailing Peter Jackson‘s epic quest to bring The Lord of the Rings to the big screen has revealed that, at one point, producer Harvey Weinstein threatened to fire Jackson and replace the filmmaker with Quentin Tarantino.

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Harvey Weinstein Investigation Movie

The investigation into Harvey Weinstein‘s sexual misconduct is getting a Spotlight-style feature film courtesy of Annapurna and Plan B. The film will focus on New York Times reporters Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey, who broke the Weinstein story last year.

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After a $500 million deal for an investor group to acquire the embattled film company fell through, The Weinstein Company has filed for bankruptcy.

In the process, The Weinstein Company is canceling its non-disclosure agreements. That means that many women seeking to come forward against disgraced former executive Harvey Weinstein now have freedom to speak.

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The Weinstein Company sale

The Weinstein Company continues its quest to distance itself from the sexual assault scandal of disgraced co-founder Harvey Weinstein. As potential buyers circle the embattled film distributor, the Weinstein Company is making a concerted effort to create a safer and more inclusive workspace for women. And to finally change its tainted name.

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Citizen Rose

A five-part docu-series focused on actress Rose McGowan will debut on E! later this month. McGowan, who appeared in films such as Scream, Jawbreaker and Grindhouse was one of the first actresses to come forward with sexual assault allegations against Harvey Weinstein. The new series, titled Citizen Rose, will go behind-the-scenes of McGowan’s life. In addition to the new series, McGowan also recently claimed that her Grindhouse director Robert Rodriguez used the Weinstein incident to play “mind games” with her on set, contrary to what Rodriguez has claimed in the past.

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The Weinstein Company sale

The embattled Weinstein Company is nearing a sale for less than $500 million, a movie that would result in its shareholders losing all of their equity. The company, founded in 2005, was once an indie movie powerhouse. In October, multiple sexual assault allegations against co-founder Harvey Weinstein put The Weinstein Co. in a state of limbo. More details on the Weinstein Company sale are below.

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Lord of the Rings cast

Another day, another story accusing Harvey Weinstein of being a terrible human being, as director Peter Jackson recently claimed that Weinstein actively blocked Ashley Judd and Mira Sorvino from joining the Lord of the Rings cast. This is just the latest in an ever-growing list of despicable behavior attributed to Weinstein, who was recently forced out of The Weinstein Company in light of multiple sexual assault allegations.

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