Harvey Weinstein: The Intouchables

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Elvis Mitchell taps into Harvey Weinstein's softer side.  Not only does Weinstein gush about one of his recent acquisitions, The Intouchables, which has become the highest grossing French film in the world, he also gushes about the state of film in general. The Hollywood mega-producer, who helmed other tender titles like Shakespeare in Love and The Artist, also talks about working his way through college at the New York post office, and why he loves George Bush. Get your Weinstein warm fuzzies now, before his upcoming rebel rousers, including Paul Thomas Anderson's The Master and Tarantino's Django Unchained, crash into theaters later this year.