Brother of disgraced producer Harvey Weinstein launches new film company; first movie is family adventure co-produced with Téa Leoni.
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Studio picked up the distribution rights after the sequel’s producers cut ties with scandal-plagued The Weinstein Company.
CG-animated feature directed by ‘The Triplets of Belleville’ alums Eric Summer and Éric Warin employs keyframe animation of Paris Opera Ballet star dancers Aurélie Dupont and Jérémie Bélingard to bring realistic dance choreography to the film.
Mocapped performances by members of the Paris Ballet are taken to poetic flights of fancy in CG-animated feature from Gaumont.
First two animated features to be distributed under the new label will be L’Atelier Animation’s ‘Leap!’ and Light Chaser Animation’s ‘The Guardian Brothers.’
Newly-launched festival hosts the U.S. premiere of The Weinstein Company’s ‘Leap,’ along with a presentation from animation director Ted Ty of L’Atelier Animation.
New trailer for CG-animated family adventure directed by Eric Summer and Éric Warin features Carly Rae Jepsen’s hit song from the soundtrack, ‘Cut To The Feeling.’
CG-animated French/Canadian co-production directed by Eric Summer and Éric Warin arrives in the U.S. on April 21.
CG-animated French/Canadian co-production directed by Eric Summer and Éric Warin arrives in the U.S. on March 3.
CG-animated family comedy from Argentinean Academy Award winner Juan José Campanella and featuring the voice talent of Ariana Grande and Matthew Morrison available on DVD, Digital HD and On Demand July 19, 2016.
Meryl Streep, Mel Brooks, Nicole Kidman and Zendaya sign on to voice roles in CG-animated feature written and directed by Gary Wang and produced at Beijing-based Light Chaser Animation Studios.
Netflix announces first original movie, ‘Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: The Green Legend,’ to be directed by Yuen Wo-Ping and produced by The Weinstein Company.
‘Skyfall’ star Ben Whishaw steps in to replace Colin Firth as the voice of Paddington Bear in the Weinstein Company's family film ‘Paddington.’
Colin Firth exits the CGI/live-action family film ‘Paddington,’ noting that “It’s been bittersweet to see this delightful creature take shape and come to the sad realization that he simply doesn’t have my voice.”