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  1. Anthony Pellicano Pleads for Early Jail Release

    5:50 pm 6/12/2012

    His lawyer says that the former private eye is not a danger to the public or to flee; and that he is suffering from a serious eye condition.Read more

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  2. Brad Grey Inks New Contract to Remain Paramount Chairman

    11:46 am 12/14/2011

    UPDATED: The new five-year deal runs through early 2017.Read more

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  3. Paramount CEO Brad Grey Buys $15.5 Million Apartment in New York's Carlyle Hotel (Exclusive)

    2:14 pm 11/25/2011

    The 35-story building, once the New York home of President John F. Kennedy, includes hotel rooms and residences. Read more

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  4. Paramount's Brad Grey Lists Former Frank Sinatra Home for Sale

    12:43 am 9/16/2011

    The Paramount CEO is asking $23.5 million for the home he purchased late last year for $18.5 million.Read more

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  5. Inside the Paramount, DreamWorks Animation Standoff (Analysis)

    3:27 pm 7/6/2011

    The studios have grossed more than $4 billion with projects such as the "Shrek" sequels, but as Par enters the animation biz, DWA eyes new homes -- such as Warners.Read more

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  6. Paramount Pictures Launching New, In-House Animation Division

    10:46 am 7/6/2011

    Paramount Animation will focus on high quality animation with budgets of up to $100 million per picture.Read more

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  7. Director Michael Bay Goes on 3D Offensive

    9:52 am 6/22/2011

    He recently even called CEOs of movie theater companies to urge them to show "Transformers: Dark of the Moon" in a way that makes 3D look brighter and sharper.Read more

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  8. Paramount’s Brad Grey Buys Frank Sinatra’s Home for $18.5 Million

    12:25 pm 12/2/2010

    CEO and fan of the late singer lands seven-bedroom residence in Holmby Hills.Read more

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  9. Los Angeles, India Form Film Council

    11:31 am 11/10/2010

    After a long courtship, Hollywood and Bollywood finally made it official. The U.S. and Indian film industries came together on Wednesday at Paramount Pictures Studios in Hollywood to sign a pact that encourages co-productions and commercial cooperation between the two filmmaking giants. Read more

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  10. The Report: How Warners Won the Year

    3:41 pm 11/9/2010

    The race that decides which studio takes home the biggest share of the 2010 domestic box office won’t cross the finish line for several weeks, but it's already safe to call a winner.Read more

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