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Just as "The Expendables 2" explodes into theaters, Adi Shankar's banner 1984 Private Defense Contractors has tapped Dutch Southern to write an all-female riff on the star-studded action franchise.
Declines in film and TV battered Viacom last quarter as theatrical revenue plunged by half and advertising fell.
Viacom, that itsy bitsy media player, announced the inevitable last week, blowing away Paramount Intl. TV prexy Gary Marenzi and putting CBS Enterprises prexy Armando Nunez Jr. in charge of the…
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