A 394-page report detailing everyone The Weinstein Company owes money to includes several famous New Zealand faces.
The report is a list detailing every person and business the struggling movie company owes money to.
The Weinstein Company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy this week and is said to be hundreds of millions of dollars in debt, according to reports.
It follows dozens of allegations of sexual harrassment and rape against former Weinstein Company boss Harvey Weinstein.
Among those it owes money to are Aziz Ansari, Michael Bay, David Bowie, Dame Judi Dench, Charlie Sheen, Quentin Tarantino, and Ryan Murphy.
It also owes money to Twitter, Goldman Sachs, HBO, Fox, The Hollywood Reporter and The New York Times.
But there are several famous New Zealand faces on the list - the biggest being Kiwi filmmaker Peter Jackson.
It doesn't say how much The Weinstein Company owes Jackson, but Miramax, one of Weinstein's companies, was involved in the early days of Jackson's hit trilogy, The Lord of the Rings.
The Herald has asked Jackson for comment through his business, Wingnut Films.
Jackson and Weinstein recently engaged in a war of words over the casting of Lord of the Rings, with Jackson alleging the movie mogul warned him against casting Ashley Judd and Mira Sorvino in his trilogy.
Both actresses have come forward alleging Weinstein sexually harrassed them, then blacklisted them.
Weinstein said he had nothing to do with the film's casting after New Line stepped in to make the movies instead of Miramax.
Other Kiwi names on the list include Mint Chicks rocker Kody Nielson, The New Zealand FIlm Commission and Paramount Pictures New Zealand.
* Read the full list here.