Harvey and Bob Weinstein have been approached by two hedge funds about possibly buying Miramax from Disney. The brothers founded the studio in 1979 and even named it after their parents, but parted ways with Disney in 2005. Since then they've formed the Weinstein Company, an independent studio that has struggled financially. Miramax has a library of 700 films, but parties interested in buying it have balked at the $700 million pricetag. One insider says the library brings in $300 million a year, but others put the estimate closer to $100 million. "Here's the issue everyone's having: What do you do with the rights?" said one person interested in the deal told The Wrap. "Other than Harvey Weinstein, who knows how to do ‘Inglourious Basterds'?"