Harvey Weinstein was at Gwyneth Paltrow’s townhouse last year when she unveiled “Head Over Heels,” the musical she’s producing about the 1980s girl band the Go-Gos.
Weinstein, sources say, wanted to invest in the musical and was “holding court” at the backer’s audition.
“It’s her show, but he was all over it, like he was the producer,” a source who was there says.
But after the audition, Paltrow told friends she would never take Weinstein’s money and didn’t want him involved in any way with “Head Over Heels.”
That was shrewd. In addition to the avalanche of assault accusations, Weinstein’s a loser on Broadway. His “Finding Neverland” cost around $15 million — and it never found a profit.