Paramount Pictures News
variety.com – Tina Fey is doing “The Taliban Shuffle” for Paramount Pictures, coming on board to star and produce a movie version of Kim Barker’s memoir. Producers are Fey through her Little Stranger shingle and Paramount-based Lorne Michaels through his Broadway Video banner. No director is attached. Barker’s memoir, titled “The Taliban Shuffle: 8 weeks 5 days ago via donnieyen
12:57 PM 2/19/2014 by Binh Ngo
It was reported last week that the role of Kyle Reese in Terminator: Genesis was between Jai Courtney and Boyd Holbrook. Variety has learned that the Courtney has won the role.
comingsoon.net – Evil Dead 's Jane Levy and X-Men: First Class ' Lucas Till are, according to The Wrap being eyed by Paramount Pictures to take leading roles in the upcoming Monster Trucks . The live action/CGI hybrid is to be directed by Chris Wedge ( Ice Age , Epic ). 9 weeks 10 hours ago via brucelee
deadline.com – After coming off a year in which its summer World War Z was touted to be about the worst movie ever until it turned out to be a worthy edge of the seat summer hit, Paramount Pictures isn’t sitting by while the tide rises on bad buzz involving Noah, the Biblical epic that Darren Aronofsky directed with Russell Crowe. 9 weeks 13 hours ago via jackiechan
Darren Aronofsky on Stormy Battle with Paramount Over 'Noah': "I Was Upset... There Was a Rough Patch"
feedproxy.google.com – Word got out back in October that Darren Aronofsky and Paramount were suffering stormy seas in terms of getting $125 million Biblical epic "Noah" to a final cut. Numerous test screenings -- to different religious demographics -- were producing "worrisome" results. Studio concern seemed to lie in how much or little the film was sticking to the original Biblical text -- after all, they want a mega hit, along the lines of "The Passion of the Christ." Now, Aronofksy has opened up to the Hollywood Reporter about his battles with the studio on the film. 9 weeks 6 days ago via jackiechan
10:40 PM 2/10/2014 by Binh Ngo
The last major role, that of Kyle Reese, in Terminator: Genesis is down to Jai Courtney and Boyd Holbrook, according to Deadline. Reese is John Connor's father, and he was played by Michael Biehn in the original.
deadline.com – Accusations of stolen screenplay ideas and the lawsuits that follow are pretty standard stuff in Hollywood. Some come from established writers but many come from creditless claimants banging on the gates for big bucks seeking what they say is rightfully theirs. 10 weeks 4 days ago via jetli