March 14, 2005 at 05:00 AM EST

Movies released theatrically by Miramax, 1987 – 2005

Films to gross more than $100 million (Chicago, Good Will Hunting, Pulp Fiction, Scary Movie, Scary Movie 3, Scream, Scream 2, Shakespeare in Love, Spy Kids, Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over)

$171 milion
Highest-grossing film (Chicago)

Oscar nominations

Oscar wins

Best Picture Oscars (The English Patient, Shakespeare in Love, Chicago

Disney’s non-Miramax, non-Pixar Oscar nominations since 1993


Wins for Best Picture

Miramax films starring Gwyneth Paltrow

Films starring Ben Affleck

Films starring Jennifer Lopez

Films starring Paltrow, Affleck, or Lopez to gross more than $100 million (Shakespeare in Love, Good Will Hunting)

$2 million
Paltrow’s reported Shakespeare salary

$15 million
Amount reportedly spent on Shakespeare’s Oscar campaign

Films bought back from Disney (Kids, Dogma, Fahrenheit 9/11)

More than 60
Pounds Harvey lost since 2003

More than 60
Miramax employees laid off since 2002

You gotta be %*@&ing kidding me
Expletives Harvey used during Miramax’s 26-year history

Who Gets What

Splitting assets is one of the hardest parts of any divorce. Here’s where some upcoming Miramax projects will land.

Going with Harvey and Bob:

? The Matador: Pierce Brosnan and Greg Kinnear star, a Sundance acquisition

? Derailed: Jennifer Aniston and Clive Owen, a Miramax production

? Scary Movie 4

? Breaking and Entering: Anthony Minghella to direct, Jude Law to star

? Unnamed Quentin Tarantino project

? The Passion of the Clerks: Kevin Smith’s next

? Sicko: Michael Moore’s health-care exposé (a likely Weinstein venture)

Staying with Miramax/Disney (with the Weinsteins consulting), to be released before the end of September:

? The Brothers Grimm: Terry Gilliam’s fairy tale adventure starring Matt Damon and Heath Ledger

? Proof: Shakespeare in Love‘s John Madden directs Gwyneth Paltrow, Jake Gyllenhaal, and Anthony Hopkins

? The Adventures of Shark Boy and Lava Girl in 3-D: Latest from Spy Kids director Robert Rodriguez

? An Unfinished Life: Jennifer Lopez and Robert Redford star

Custody uncertain:

? The Nanny Diaries: Based on the 2002 best-seller

? Artemis Fowl: Adaptation of the children’s fantasy by Eoin Colfer

Orphan for now:

? Damn Yankees: Movie musical from Chicago‘s producers and Billy Crystal

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