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  • Report: Weinstein-Miramax talks end
    Wednesday May 26th 2010

    The Walt Disney Co. has ended talks with Bob and Harvey Weinstein that could have led to their buying back Miramax Films, the Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday. The paper cited sources as saying the $625 million deal, backed by Ron Burkle, turned out to be too complex.

  • Ad Nauseum: Brand X Cereal
    Wednesday May 26th 2010

    AD Nauseum The weekly Advertising Critical Review The opinions below are those of the author and don’t necessarily reflect the views of TO411 or its staff. Feel free to communicate your responses/ideas/suggestions by writing directly to AD Nauseum: adnauseum@to411.com. No animals were harmed by these barbs… As if the first cereal[…]

  • Studios debate window plan
    Tuesday May 25th 2010

    It’s no secret that Hollywood is making 2010 the year of the incredibly shrinking window, with studios experimenting with new ways of distributing their films to help revive a struggling homevideo industry, once guaranteed to generate at least 30% of a film’s overall financial haul.

  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 05/21/10 to 05/23/10
    Monday May 24th 2010

    FilmTotalShrek Forever After, P/DW$70,838,207Iron Man 2, Par.$26,361,258Robin Hood, Uni.$18,769,220Letters to Juliet, Sum.$9,006,266Just Wright, FoxS$4,290,431MacGruber, Uni.$4,043,495Date Night, Fox$2,913,504A Nightmare on Elm Street (2010), WB (NL)$2,321,388How to Train Your Dragon, P/DW$1,901,211Kites, Relbig.$958,673

  • Weinsteins confirm Miramax deal still on
    Monday May 24th 2010

    The Weinsteins and their key backers in the $625 million bid for Miramax say negotiations with Disney continue despite media reports to the contrary. But serious obstacles have arisen to the brothers’ regaining control of the company they founded. The problem is not between Disney and the Weinstein group backed[…]

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Archives for: May 20105
  • Report: Weinstein-Miramax talks end
    Wednesday May 26th 2010

    The Walt Disney Co. has ended talks with Bob and Harvey Weinstein that could have led to their buying back Miramax Films, the Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday. The paper cited sources as saying the $625 million deal, backed by Ron Burkle, turned out to be too complex.

  • Ad Nauseum: Brand X Cereal
    Wednesday May 26th 2010

    AD Nauseum The weekly Advertising Critical Review The opinions below are those of the author and don’t necessarily reflect the views of TO411 or its staff. Feel free to communicate your responses/ideas/suggestions by writing directly to AD Nauseum: adnauseum@to411.com. No animals were harmed by these barbs… As if the first cereal[…]

  • Studios debate window plan
    Tuesday May 25th 2010

    It’s no secret that Hollywood is making 2010 the year of the incredibly shrinking window, with studios experimenting with new ways of distributing their films to help revive a struggling homevideo industry, once guaranteed to generate at least 30% of a film’s overall financial haul.

  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 05/21/10 to 05/23/10
    Monday May 24th 2010

    FilmTotalShrek Forever After, P/DW$70,838,207Iron Man 2, Par.$26,361,258Robin Hood, Uni.$18,769,220Letters to Juliet, Sum.$9,006,266Just Wright, FoxS$4,290,431MacGruber, Uni.$4,043,495Date Night, Fox$2,913,504A Nightmare on Elm Street (2010), WB (NL)$2,321,388How to Train Your Dragon, P/DW$1,901,211Kites, Relbig.$958,673

  • Weinsteins confirm Miramax deal still on
    Monday May 24th 2010

    The Weinsteins and their key backers in the $625 million bid for Miramax say negotiations with Disney continue despite media reports to the contrary. But serious obstacles have arisen to the brothers’ regaining control of the company they founded. The problem is not between Disney and the Weinstein group backed[…]

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Archives for: May 20105
  • Report: Weinstein-Miramax talks end
    Wednesday May 26th 2010

    The Walt Disney Co. has ended talks with Bob and Harvey Weinstein that could have led to their buying back Miramax Films, the Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday. The paper cited sources as saying the $625 million deal, backed by Ron Burkle, turned out to be too complex.

  • Ad Nauseum: Brand X Cereal
    Wednesday May 26th 2010

    AD Nauseum The weekly Advertising Critical Review The opinions below are those of the author and don’t necessarily reflect the views of TO411 or its staff. Feel free to communicate your responses/ideas/suggestions by writing directly to AD Nauseum: adnauseum@to411.com. No animals were harmed by these barbs… As if the first cereal[…]

  • Studios debate window plan
    Tuesday May 25th 2010

    It’s no secret that Hollywood is making 2010 the year of the incredibly shrinking window, with studios experimenting with new ways of distributing their films to help revive a struggling homevideo industry, once guaranteed to generate at least 30% of a film’s overall financial haul.

  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 05/21/10 to 05/23/10
    Monday May 24th 2010

    FilmTotalShrek Forever After, P/DW$70,838,207Iron Man 2, Par.$26,361,258Robin Hood, Uni.$18,769,220Letters to Juliet, Sum.$9,006,266Just Wright, FoxS$4,290,431MacGruber, Uni.$4,043,495Date Night, Fox$2,913,504A Nightmare on Elm Street (2010), WB (NL)$2,321,388How to Train Your Dragon, P/DW$1,901,211Kites, Relbig.$958,673

  • Weinsteins confirm Miramax deal still on
    Monday May 24th 2010

    The Weinsteins and their key backers in the $625 million bid for Miramax say negotiations with Disney continue despite media reports to the contrary. But serious obstacles have arisen to the brothers’ regaining control of the company they founded. The problem is not between Disney and the Weinstein group backed[…]

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