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Longtime 20th Century Studios executives Jeremy Kramer and Mike Ireland are both being considered for possible posts at Paramount.
If deals make, both Kramer and Ireland would be joining former 20th Century production president Emma Watts, who herself joined Paramount in June as the president of the motion picture group under Jim Gianopulos.
Sources tell The Hollywood Reporter that Kramer would head studio label Paramount Players, which was started by Brian Robbins, who then left to head Nickelodeon. Paramount Players’ movies include What Men Want and Dora and the Lost City of Gold.
Ireland’s position is less clear as chess pieces are still being moved around after Elizabeth Raposo to exit Paramount’s president of production post last month.
Paramount has no comment on the possible hirings.
The move also impacts the Fox label under Disney and the future of the division, which was to make a handful of theatrical movies, remains unclear.
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