Harvey Weinstein of Weinstein Co., which on Monday announced a first-look production deal with Cary Woods. In this photo, he is at the Cannes Film Festival in France.
(Anne-Christine Poujoulatanne / AFP/Getty Images / May 24, 2013)
Weinstein Co. and Cary Woods Pictures, which worked together on "Swinger" and "Scream," are looking to re-create past success.
TWC is partnering with Woods on an exclusive first-look production deal, the companies said Monday.
The team collaborated in the past on seven Miramax films, including "Scream," "Swingers" and "Citizen Ruth," all three of which came out in 1996.
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“We discovered a rare chemistry on the first films we made together, and I look forward to doing it all over again,” Woods and in a statement.
Bob and Harvey Weinstein, who founded Miramax Films in 1979, launched TWC in 2005.
Woods has produced 19 movies, including "Cop Land" and "Gummo." He's also a founding partner, co-chairman, and chief creative officer of Plum TV.
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