Paul Thomas Anderson is a film-maker from whom special things are expected, and that’s what he has given us – something special. This is Anderson’s meditation on the origins of Scientology and the career of L Ron Hubbard, and perhaps … READ MORE

Lawless begins with the shooting death of a pig, a scene that perfectly encapsulates the film’s tone: cruel and strange. The shooting is free of context aside from one child spurring another on to pull the trigger while the pig … READ MORE

#1 – Paul Thomas Anderson Though he’s released only five films over a 16-year career, Paul Thomas Anderson has risen from promising young whiz-kid to Hollywood royalty with barely a bump along the way. As the scope of his work … READ MORE

In honor of the premiere of “Lawless,” MSN Movies partnering with the Weinstein Company is giving away an amazing trip to the State of Texas Auto Show. The winner will receive a trip for two for two nights (flight, hotel … READ MORE

“We control the fear, you understand? Without the fear, we are all good as dead.” Director John Hillcoat delivers a thrillingly vivid slice of American outlaw history in his epic gangster tale, Lawless. Lawless is the true story of the … READ MORE

Here’s the exclusive red band trailer for Lawless. In theaters August 29, Lawless is the true story of the infamous Bondurant Brothers, bootlegging siblings who made a run for the American Dream in Prohibition-era Virginia. In this epic outlaw story, … READ MORE

You may remember the photos of Sean Penn resembling a Robert Smith-like ’80s goth-rock star in director Paolo Sorrentino’s This Must Be the Place, which The Weinstein Co. acquired last September several months after its premiere at the 2011 Cannes … READ MORE

The next five months could bear great fruit for The Weinstein Company. Between now and New Year’s Eve, Harvey Weinstein’s studio will release “Lawless,” “The Master,” “Silver Linings Playbook,” “The Sapphires” and “Django Unchained,” all films with varying degrees of … READ MORE

The Weinstein Company is shuffling its awards-season deck, moving up Paul Thomas Anderson’s Scientology-tinged religious drama “The Master” from Oct. 12 to Sept. 14 and pushing back Andrew Dominik’s Brad Pitt starrer “Killing Them Softly” to Oct. 19. “The Master” … READ MORE

Amid all the sad news and tragic headlines this summer, it’s about time for a positive, life-affirming story. Turns out, there’s one headed for a theater near you. The Intouchables is an award-winning, box office record-breaking French film that gets … READ MORE