Last Updated: 11:54 PM, April 1, 2012
Posted: 11:53 PM, April 1, 2012
After word surfaced last week that “Bridesmaids” director Paul Feig and “The King’s Speech” star Colin Firth are circling a remake of France’s hit film “The Intouchables,” producer Harvey Weinstein has put together a New York screening of the original movie at MoMA for Wednesday. The drama follows a disabled millionaire and his Senegalese caretaker, and it opened a festival of French movies at Lincoln Center in February. The MoMA screening will be followed by a dinner at La Petite Maison for the film’s co-directors Olivier Nakache and Eric Toledano, and actor Omar Sy, who beat out Jean Dujardin for a best actor Cesar, France’s version of the Oscar, for his role as the caretaker.