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1. Harvey Weinstein's Oscars season has begun

Love him or hate him – and pretty much everybody in Hollywood has worked for or with him at one time of other – when it comes to awards campaigning, nobody can deny the former Miramax mogul is the best in the business. Weinstein knows how to push a movie all the way to the top and after a few fallow years he's rediscovered his magic touch and found the funds to put his money where his mouth is.

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- Jeremy Kay

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