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The decision should come as music to Hollywood’s ears, as Paramount had not been making as many movies as usual under outgoing CEO Brad Grey. By hiring the tag-team of Gianopulos and De Luca, it’s a signal that Paramount is ready to start making movies again.
Keep up with what’s happening in the industry with the inside information on who’s getting hired, promoted, and let go. Both Spike TV and Comedy Central have seen major departures from the network this week, while Illumination has a new COO.
Harvey Keitel is being sought to play Jimmy Hoffa, the head of the Teamsters union who disappeared in 1975.
Following a 12-year run at the studio, the veteran executive is negotiating for a first-look deal at Paramount and to stay on certain projects as a producer.
Filmmaking legend Martin Scorsese isn’t slowing down any time soon. Today, Paramount CEO Brad Grey announced that Scorsese has extended his overall deal with the studio through 2019. Paramount also confirmed a new biopic is in development for Scorsese to direct.
Logline: The families of two neighboring farms become embroiled in a long-time feud after a Hatfield, fighting as a Confederate solider, kills a McCoy, who fought as a Union solider, during the Civil War.
Logline: When they purchase a brand new HDTV, a cartoon cat and mouse duo are sent through it, and become human in the real world, where they have to learn an important lesson about friendship before being pummeled by the neighborhood bulldog.