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    http://www.nytimes.com/2013/11/25/bu...o-tv.html?_r=0
    As Oscar season approaches fever pitch, Harvey Weinstein, master of the movie awards game, is talking about ... television.

    The Weinstein Company, founded eight years ago by Mr. Weinstein and his brother, Bob, is making a surge into TV production that will soon test whether it can extend its success in film to the world of television.

    By next year, the company — known for movies like this year’s prize contender “Lee Daniels’ The Butler,” along with some reality television, including “Project Runway,” and scattered fashion and media ventures — will be at work on more than a half-dozen new scripted series, while expanding its unscripted TV business.

    The heavy investment in the production and sale of series signals a strategic shift that is meant to anchor Weinstein, a midsize independent studio, almost equally in television and film. It mirrors changes occurring elsewhere in Hollywood: Last week, for instance, the much larger Sony Pictures Entertainment said it would trim its film slate, while building up TV.

    “The way to add stability to the company is to be in the television business,” Harvey Weinstein said in an interview by phone last week. Mr. Weinstein, who spoke jointly with the company’s president, David Glasser, said his goal was to create a television operation “as powerful as the theatrical division.”

    The planned series will include a 10-episode detective drama set in ancient Egypt called “Book of the Dead,” in a deal that involves a British partnership and prospective sales in the United States, and “10 Commandments,” a 10-episode series being produced for the Tribune Company’s WGN America. In that, film directors like Lee Daniels, Madonna, Ryan Coogler and Wes Craven might each oversee an episode based on one of the commandments handed to Moses.

    Other planned shows are “Marco Polo,” a martial arts-filled adventure series from the executive producer John Fusco for Netflix; “War and Peace,” a 14-episode retelling of Tolstoy’s Napoleonic war novel in association with the BBC; “Stan and Ollie,” about the later days of the Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy comedy team, also for the BBC, and possible sale here; and an “Entourage”-like comic series, based loosely on the adventures of the celebrity chef Michael Chiarello.

    The company has also acquired rights to “Peaky Blinders,” a British crime series, and “Gomorrah,” an Italian mob drama, both of which are being offered for sale in the United States.

    Those scripted shows join a growing roster of reality projects, including “Concrete Kings,” about the construction business, and “Rodeo Girls,” about female rodeo competitors, both for A&E; and “Under the Gunn” a spinoff of the company’s continuing “Project Runway” series on Lifetime.

    Over all, the television operation — headed by Meryl Poster, a former film producer — is counting on what Weinstein associates describe as “the Harvey factor” and “the Weinstein DNA.” Those have something to do with the brothers’ talent relationships, and Harvey Weinstein’s undeniable flair for promotion. (His latest coup was landing an official White House screening for “Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom,” even as administration officials said they planned to stop dabbling in Hollywood’s Oscar campaigns.)

    Though no guarantee of success, the combination is enough to command attention.

    “Would I be surprised in the coming years if Harvey brought something to us that makes sense for HBO? Not in the least,” said Richard Plepler, chief executive of HBO. The TV push is backed by money from a freshly negotiated $370 million in available lending from an arrangement with Union Bank. About $150 million of that is earmarked for television, Mr. Glasser said.

    Mr. Weinstein acknowledged that in its early years, his company stumbled in a first round of expansion that aimed to make it less a studio than a mini-media conglomerate. “We had a rough start, to say the least,” he said.

    Early misadventures included the brief ownership of a controlling stake in the social network ASmallWorld, and the acquisition of a majority stake in Genius, a home video distribution company that flopped. Once valued at $400 million, the Genius holding dwindled in value as the DVD market collapsed, and was off-loaded in 2009.

    Mr. Weinstein said James L. Dolan, a friend and the chief executive of Cablevision Systems, had been particularly forceful in urging him to focus on television. With its relatively quick pacing and potential for long-running hits, TV can be a counterweight to the jagged economics of film, where even a success like “The King’s Speech” — a Weinstein-distributed Oscar winner in 2011 — may fade without creating spinoffs and sequels.

    In an email, Harold Vogel, an entertainment industry analyst, said the company’s foray into television could make sense.

    “It is a lot smarter for them to move toward TV scripted production than to pursue cable networks, publishing, games and other such off-the-reservation ventures, as they’ve done in the past,” Mr. Vogel wrote.

    But TV, he pointed out, can be as capital-hungry as movies — the “Marco Polo” series, for instance, will cost about $90 million to produce. And despite the success of say, Jerry Bruckheimer, who years ago shifted from film to television, there is no guarantee that movie-world skills will matter in a different medium.

    “The amply demonstrated Weinstein expertise is in spotting one-off films already made and in film distribution and marketing,” Mr. Vogel wrote. “In TV production, I’d not be certain that any of these skills are readily transferable.”

    Bob Weinstein, interviewed separately from his brother, said he was developing original projects that would be in tune with his horror- and action-oriented Dimension brand, along with several shows based on movies he has overseen for the company. He is preparing a pilot based on the “Scream” films for MTV, for instance, and developing a proposed 10-part series with Frank Darabont, based on Dimension’s film version of Stephen King’s “The Mist.”

    Mr. Weinstein said he was also hoping to quickly follow the August release of the film “Sin City: A Dame to Kill For,” directed by Frank Miller and Robert Rodriguez, with a “Sin City” television series from Mr. Miller and Mr. Rodriguez.

    Asked whether some of his past and present Oscar contenders might lead to future television shows, Harvey Weinstein said he saw potential, for instance, in “Silver Linings Playbook,” a comedy-drama that was written and directed by David O. Russell, and received eight Oscar nominations last year. Among this year’s contenders, he said Tracy Letts, the playwright who wrote both the stage and screen versions of “August: Osage County,” may become involved with at least an episode or two.

    As for the Weinstein Company’s financial prospects, Mr. Weinstein said a vigorous push into television would help it to raise the next round of financing, whether through a public offering or otherwise.

    “It certainly makes it easier for a liquidity event,” he said.

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    I dearly hope they will make a different ending. Different from the one in the movie, I mean, not the book.

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    I agree.
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    I also agree. When I watch the movie on DVD, I stop it where the story stops, not where the movie stops. I HATE THE ENDING OF THE MOVIE!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jhanic View Post
    I also agree. When I watch the movie on DVD, I stop it where the story stops, not where the movie stops. I HATE THE ENDING OF THE MOVIE!!!

    John
    I agree! I've said this before.

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    I liked the ending and thought that it was very powerful. It looks like I'm certainly in the majority.
    Move along. Nothing to see here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jean View Post
    I dearly hope they will make a different ending. Different from the one in the movie, I mean, not the book.
    Quote Originally Posted by Jon View Post
    I agree.
    Quote Originally Posted by jhanic View Post
    I also agree. When I watch the movie on DVD, I stop it where the story stops, not where the movie stops. I HATE THE ENDING OF THE MOVIE!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jhanic View Post
    I also agree. When I watch the movie on DVD, I stop it where the story stops, not where the movie stops. I HATE THE ENDING OF THE MOVIE!!!

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    I agree! I've said this before.
    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Staad View Post
    I liked the ending and thought that it was very powerful. It looks like I'm certainly in the majority.
    I'm with, Ben on this one. I thought the movie ending was powerful and provocative.


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    Loved the movie ending.

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    I disliked the ending for one simple reason. Both endings' message is the same; it's, basically, what King's novels are so often about: one must never lose hope. In the novel this message is positive, the reader is left to hope on. In the film, they shout at the viewer: see, dumb mahfah, what happens if you fucking lose hope?!! It's as if the creators of the films didn't trust the audience to be smart or sensitive enough to get the message without it being hammered into them.

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    If you want "hope" at the end of a King story, I suggest you avoid "Summer Thunder".

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    it's not even that I want it, - it's Sai King's recurrent theme. He can despair with the best of them, of course, but I don't think he has ever shown the retribution for despair so bluntly. I haven't read Summer Thunder, though, I'll sure look it up!

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    Starry eyed for a fan base of a "Horror" novelist, no?


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    I have said before, and I NEVER say this....the movie ending was better. I walked out of the theater feeling slightly nauseated, and my entire family was quiet all the way home. I t wasn't until we had been home for a few minutes that we finally began to discuss it, and even then in a quietly shocked manner. Any ending that can provoke that type of emotional response has succeeded.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Merlin1958 View Post
    Starry eyed for a fan base of a "Horror" novelist, no?
    I wouldn't label King as a horror writer. His pure horror writings can probably be counted on the fingers of one hand.

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    Interesting news. I'm not sure we need a mini-series based on this story though, considering the movie isn't that old. And I wonder what involvement Frank would have?

    As for the ending of the movie, I didn't so much mind it except for the simple fact that as soon as it happens
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    At that point it lost all impact for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Randall Flagg View Post
    Loved the movie ending.
    I prefered the ending of the movie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by herbertwest View Post
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    Loved the movie ending.
    I prefered the ending of the movie.
    They're different, but I really liked how the film ended.

    Quote Originally Posted by Heather19 View Post
    As for the ending of the movie, I didn't so much mind it except for the simple fact that as soon as it happens
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    the mist clears.
    At that point it lost all impact for me.
    I think that was the point. Had they just waited a bit longer...

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    Quote Originally Posted by pablo View Post
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    As for the ending of the movie, I didn't so much mind it except for the simple fact that as soon as it happens
    Spoiler:
    the mist clears.
    At that point it lost all impact for me.
    I think that was the point. Had they just waited a bit longer...
    Exactly.

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    I wholly preferred the movie ending. Powerful gut-punch. Not enough of this in Hollywood if you ask me.

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    Woot! Yep and I loved watching this in the theatre. People were quiet and (IMO) really thinking over what they just saw. (BIG) Studios typically do not like the audience to think to hard at the end of a film.

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    I wholly preferred the movie ending. Powerful gut-punch. Not enough of this in Hollywood if you ask me.
    Move along. Nothing to see here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Staad View Post
    Woot! Yep and I loved watching this in the theatre. People were quiet and (IMO) really thinking over what they just saw. (BIG) Studios typically do not like the audience to think to hard at the end of a film.

    Quote Originally Posted by evilash View Post
    I wholly preferred the movie ending. Powerful gut-punch. Not enough of this in Hollywood if you ask me.
    Seemed to me exactly the opposite - that the ending was meant to stop people thinking. What is there left to think about when everything was shoved in our faces? In the end, it suddenly became a fable with an obtrusive moral, chewed up for the viewer (which is just what they normally do in Hollywood) - or worse, a bad joke with a tasteless punchline.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randall Flagg View Post
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    As for the ending of the movie, I didn't so much mind it except for the simple fact that as soon as it happens
    Spoiler:
    the mist clears.
    At that point it lost all impact for me.
    I think that was the point. Had they just waited a bit longer...
    Exactly.
    Yes, Not even 5 min

    Honesty I think I would have loved it if he left it there, because as someone else mentioned you rarely get grim endings to big Hollywood films. But then to get the resolution so quickly, it just killed that shock for me.
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    I'm pretty sure King was quoted as saying he loved the ending and wish he'd written it that way! :-)

    A definite gut puch!
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    Preferred the movie ending.

    ...wonder if there will be a TMSGII?

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    Great ending. Loved it more than any King movie so far... Made you think...what would I do
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