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  1. Analyst Calls for CBS to Reunite With Viacom

    5:17 pm 10/27/2014

    "A combined company would have a better ability to negotiate carriage," writes Brett Harriss of Gabelli & Co.Read more

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  2. Christian Bale Calls Moses "Barbaric," "Schizophrenic" Ahead of 'Exodus' Release

    8:00 am 10/25/2014

    The remarks from the star of 'Exodus: Gods and Kings' were revealed in a Christian publicationRead more

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  3. Kyle Killen Inks Overall Deal With Paramount TV

    8:00 am 10/23/2014

    Former AMC scripted exec Scott Pennington will head development for his new Chapter Eleven bannerRead more

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  4. Trailers Aren't Most-Shared Movie Content: Study

    11:31 am 10/16/2014

    But promos still prompt almost a third of those who watch them to buy a ticket to the movieRead more

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  5. James Cameron on Why Audiences Love 'Terminator' 30 Years Later: "He Just Does Not Give a F—"

    7:57 am 10/16/2014

    The director and producer Gale Anne Hurd talked 'The Walking Dead' and gender diversity in sci-fiRead more

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  6. Gal Gadot Circling Female Lead in 'Ben-Hur' (Exclusive)

    12:57 pm 10/15/2014

    The future Wonder Woman is eyeing another hot roleRead more

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  7. Christopher Nolan's 'Interstellar' Gets Advance Screenings in Film Formats

    9:21 am 10/1/2014

    The sci-fi epic will play in 240 theaters, including on Imax screens, starting on Nov. 5Read more

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  8. It's Official: Paramount Buys Chris Rock's 'Top Five' After Frenzied Bidding War

    1:34 pm 9/9/2014

    The movie features cameos from Adam Sandler, Kevin Hart and Jerry SeinfeldRead more

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  9. Female-Led 'Minority Report' TV Follow-Up Lands at Fox

    11:45 am 9/8/2014

    'Godzilla's' Max Borenstein will pen the script for Paramount, Amblin and 20th Century Fox TVRead more

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  10. Toronto: Paramount Buying Chris Rock's 'Top Five' After Intense Bidding War

    6:14 am 9/8/2014

    The studio would take worldwide rights to the comedy for as much as $13 million Read more

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