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Paramount Pictures has found a cheaper way to monetize older titles in its film library: have Warner Bros. pump out the DVDs and Blu-rays.
Paramount Pictures' animation division has kept a low profile since its launch last summer, announcing few projects other than a sequel to "The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie" set for release in 2014…
Now that Paramount is getting its toon division together, Jeffrey Katzenberg is under even more pressure to choose a future distribution path for his DreamWorks Animation. One option -- to turn DWA…
Paramount is on the verge of launching a new animated division just months after "Rango," the studio's first animated feature outside its ongoing distribution deal with DreamWorks Animation, brought…
Paramount and DreamWorks have hammered out a joint arrangement for up to 40 development projects.
DreamWorks is free at last, but its emancipation from Paramount Pictures may come at a price.
Gail Berman's exit as prexy of Paramount Pictures is part of yet another major restructuring at the studio, with a division of production among four units: Par, Paramount Vantage, DreamWorks and MTV…
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