It seems the negotiations didn't work and they will declare the company in bankruptcy so it's very difficult to predict what will happen with the movies. I don't know if there are still programmed international release dates. I remember there were but I haven't read anything about a foreign release yet.
Contreras-Sweet plans to retain the entire Weinstein Co. workforce, and even expand the L.A. and London offices. With the infusion of new cash, the company plans to announce release dates for several films that are all but completed, including “The Current War” starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Michael Shannon.
“It's humbling, honestly, for me to even be a representation of George Westinghouse. If that man walked in here right now, I'd [be shocked]. Not just because he's dead, but because I couldn't fathom being that kind of man.“
They sold three movies to other studios but not TCW:
Producers of films such as “Mary Magdalene” have tried to wrest their projects out of the studio, but have so far been unsuccessful. “Mary Magdalene,” a religious epic with Joaquin Phoenix, is listed as one of the Weinstein Company’s top unreleased pictures along with “Current War,” a Benedict Cumberbatch drama; “The Upside,” a Kevin Hart and Bryan Cranston dramedy; and “Hotel Mumbai.”