The Harvey Weinstein scandal hasn’t just messed with one career.
It’s almost messed with another’s career and the actress in question is not happy about it.
‘[expletive] him,’ she reportedly said in public.
‘He’s cost me an Oscar chance with this!’
What Harvey Weinstein’s Epic Fall Means For His (Former) Company’s Awards Season Contenders
In 1990, Daniel Day-Lewis told Harvey Weinstein, “There’s only one part of you that works — the ability to pick scripts and pick movies. Otherwise, you’re a complete disaster as a person.”
In a normal year — and possibly even days before the Times published its piece — Weinstein would be gearing up to campaign for Wind River, the Wyoming-set thriller starring Jeremy Renner and Elizabeth Olsen, and directed by Taylor Sheridan, who received a Best Original Screenplay nomination last year for the film Hell or High Water. Released in August, Wind River is virtually the Weinstein Company’s only contender in the Oscars race this year, ever since the company’s original Oscar hopeful, The Current War, was critically panned at the Toronto Film Festival. – Source