August: Osage County Could Get Different Ending
There's not much that's more important for film producer Harvey Weinstein than the annual award season. Next year, several of his films are prepared to play a role in the race for Oscars and Golden Globes. And while it's common practice that many highly budgeted Hollywood productions are constantly getting creative input from the studios, it's rather rare with for independent films. Weinstein is an exception here, because he often gets his will and demands adjustments.
The film adaptation of Tracey Lett's play August: Osage County stars Julia Roberts and Meryl Streep, among others, and is also affected bei Weinstein interference.
This action was forced by Harvey Weinstein. Director John Wells isn't quite sure whether he's happy with that. But maybe not everything is set in stone just yet:
A limited theatrical release in the US is scheduled for December 25th, 2013.
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