Keep up with what’s happening in the industry with the inside information on who’s getting hired, promoted, and let go. Paramount promoted Elizabeth Raposo to President of Production while Jennifer Carreras has moved from 20th Century Fox TV to ABC.
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Raposo is well-liked throughout the industry and has developed a great reputation at Paramount, for whom she has overseen production on the Mission: Impossible and Star Trek franchises.
Pitched as Panic Room meets Die Hard, a contractor whose artist wife suffers from an illness that prevents her from being in the sunlight builds a futuristic house that blocks out any natural light. When a band of criminals attempts to break into the house to steal one of his wife’s valuable sculptures, he must evade and outsmart them to protect his home.
Tells the story of the complex relationship between an Israeli Secret Service officer and his teenage Palestinian informant that grows even more morally conflicted, when the young man learns his employers are plotting to assassinate his radical brother.
Jack Reacher: Never Go Back Has started shooting in New Orleans, and to celebrate they added another actor to the cast – perennial tough guy Holt McCallany.
Paramount is in development with a remake of The Ten Commandments, with producer Mary Parent eyeing a fresh take on the epic story of Moses and the Exodus.
Paramount Pictures is officially developing a new spin on the western classic, setting the story in a contemporary, 1980’s Pennsylvania. Matt Jackson is producing the remake of the 1962 Tom Ford classic, which starred James Stewart and John Wayne.
Paramount Pictures is resurrecting your childhood with an Avengers-style crossover movie featuring characters from beloved ’90s Nickelodeon series Rugrats, Angry Beavers, Hey Arnold!, Rocko’s Modern Life, Ren and Stimpy, and more!
The actress who brought to life Marvel’s Agent Maria Hill might be joining another action franchise.
Paramount Pictures is moving forward with Hansel And Gretel: Witch Hunters 2, with renowned French director Bruno Aveillan at the helm. The sequel, which was rumored to be in jeopardy after the first film’s director Tommy Wirkola announced that he would not be returning, is being reworked with a new take from Aveillan.
With the fifth installment set for July, Paramount, Bad Robot and Skydance Productions have set the sixth. Tom Cruise, David Ellison, Dana Goldberg and J.J. Abrams are returning to produce, with Don Granger and Matt Grimm set to serve as executive producers.
The engaging thriller follows a three-year-old child that is the next step in human evolution that could be the savior of humanity, or the destruction of it. Erwin Stoff is set to produce with Elizabeth Raposo and Josh Phillips overseeing the project for the studio.
Raposo will join Jeff Stier in the new position.
Best-selling novel eyes biggest box-office draw for feature adaptation!
Logline: When a rogue planet is discovered on a collision course for Earth, an astronomer discovers a second planet accompanying the first that is capable of sustaining life. He and his fellow scientists are scoffed at as they embark on a daring, near-impossible plan to build ships to transport a small group of people to the new planet in order to populate it and ensure the survival of the human race.
Logline: Reacher heads back to his old military base in Virginia to take a woman to dinner who is now the commanding officer but by the time he gets there, she has been arrested and he finds himself being charged with beating a man and fathering a child with a woman, neither of which he remembers doing.
Logline: Seeking answers to her husband’s tragic disappearance, a biologist journeys into an area sealed off by the government for the last 30 years as an environmental disaster zone with the help of a secret agency known as the Southern Reach has sent many expeditions over the years to discover the truth about “Area X”. She and her team find a pristine wilderness, but they also notice quickly that the rules of nature and evolution seem to work a little differently.