Paramount Pictures has acquired screen rights to Rachel DeWoskin's just-published memoir "Foreign Babes in Beijing" for Frank Darabont's Darkwoods Prods. to produce.
Paramount Pictures, continuing a recent dealmaking spree, has signed helmer Mark Waters and CAA agent Jessica Tuchinsky to a three-year first-look producing pact.
Paramount Pictures has decided to go to "Crawlspace," tapping horror specialist Stephen Susco ("The Grudge") to adapt Herbert Lieberman's novel and setting up the project with Evolution Entertainment.
Almost three months into the Brad Grey era, signs began emerging of the stamp new prexy Gail Berman is looking to put on the studio.
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Paramount Pictures has beaten four rival studios to the punch, landing a seven-figure rights and screenwriting deal for boxing biopic "The Fighter." Mandeville Films' David Hoberman and Todd…
Paramount is gearing up to release a slew of special-edition DVDs late this summer.
Isaac Palmer, senior VP for corporate development at Paramount Pictures, will ankle the studio in July to become a managing director for Fortress Investment Group, a $15 billion Gotham-based asset…
It's been 12 years since former Paramount Pictures prexy David Kirkpatrick arrived at his production offices on the Par lot and found his office furniture waiting outside to greet him. But nothing in…
Alex Carloss has been named exec VP, worldwide marketing and development, for Paramount Home Entertainment. Carloss had been senior veep of marketing at MGM Home Entertainment, following exec stints…
Brad Weston will begin work as early as today at Paramount as co-president of production in the wake of being released from his contract as Dimension co-president.
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