Play It Again, Boys

After departing Disney, the Weinsteins have a new label and a new strategy

Harvey Weinstein has a perfect ending in mind for Miramax Films, the company he and his brother Bob were forced to leave behind in 2005 when they departed the Walt Disney Co. after 12 colorful years. In Harvey's final scene, the two snag back the name from the media giant, which has turned Miramax into a déclassé, financially diminished Mouse brand. Harvey, the brash movie mogul who helped spin the low-budget indie-film trade into a booming business, doesn't need more wealth. And he's not pushing for another Academy Award. He won the hardware in 1999 for producing Shakespeare in Love, and he...

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