"It's been a long time coming," Brad Pitt told the Ziegfeld Theater crowd on June 17. "We've got a good one for you, so let's start."
World War Z
While Paramount Pictures has argued that its austere slate churns out profitable films at a price, the studio's operating income has been in decline, putting even more pressure on big summer bets…
Back in 2005, Brad, when you were named Paramount's uberboss, I wrote a memo to you that waved some warning flags. You were politely dismissive of my warnings — that is, until just about all of the…
Just two days after George Lucas predicted the future would bring $50 blockbuster tickets, Paramount Pictures and Regal Entertainment Group have already made the prediction come true with a “mega…
Sterling Jerins, who appears as Brad Pitt’s daughter in “World War Z,” has joined the cast of Rob Reiner’s comedy “And So It Goes,” starring Michael Douglas and Diane Keaton. Jerins is also starring…
For all its negative pre-release publicity, this is a surprisingly smart, gripping and imaginative addition to the zombie-movie canon.
Paramount has started to amp its marketing for its big budget tentpole “World War Z” in the last couple weeks and its most recent element involved its star Brad Pitt making a surprise appearance at a…
Marc Forster's Brad Pitt starrer "World War Z" is to open the 35th Moscow film festival, which runs June 20-29. Leonid Vereshchagin, producer general of the fest, also unveiled on Saturday in…
Opting for a pair of big bangs on its summer slate, Paramount opened CinemaCon on Monday night with “Star Trek: Into Darkness” and zombie actioner “World War Z” (pictured above). “Five years ago, I…
A U.N. employee races against time and fate to stop the outbreak of a deadly Zombie pandemic.
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