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Paramount and Bad Robot have tapped Julius Onah to helm "God Particle," one of the more buzzed-about open directing assignments in town.
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In a major step forward on "The Hobbit," Guillermo del Toro has signed on to direct the New Line-MGM tentpole and its sequel.
With a November WGA strike becoming a more distinct possibility, studios have started putting the hiring squeeze on scribes.
As Sony readies to acquire MGM, the studio is pumping up its production ranks, hiring Samuel Dickerman, former prexy of Radiant Prods., and Jonathan Krauss, former veep of HBO Films, as senior VPs of…
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