The Hollywood Reporter said the studio will also handle worldwide marketing duties for "Inglourious Basterds," a World War II action film scheduled to start shooting in Europe in October.
Harvey and Bob Weinstein, who previously ran Miramax, have worked on writer-director Tarantino's past films "Reservoir Dogs," "Pulp Fiction," "Jackie Brown" and "Kill Bill."
The entertainment industry trade paper said the Weinsteins are looking to team up with a major studio to co-finance Tarantino's latest film in exchange for foreign rights.
The movie has not yet been cast, The Hollywood Reporter said.
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