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    Sumner Redstone Has Finally Resigned from CBS Corp. and Viacom, Replaced by CBS Chief Les Moonves and Viacom's Philippe Dauman

    The industry has been waiting for this shoe to drop for some time. Shari Redstone declined chairman roles.

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    Darren Aronofsky and Jennifer Lawrence Drama Finds Home at Paramount Pictures

    Javier Bardem is also in talks to join the director's highly anticipated next project.

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    Martin Scorsese Loads Up His Burgeoning Slate, Renews Paramount Deal

    Paramount adds Scorsese's Leonard Bernstein biopic to his development slate including pictures starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Robert De Niro, Joe Pesci and Al Pacino.

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    Whither Viacom, CBS and Paramount?

    The industry is waiting for Sumner Redstone.

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    Paramount Pulls 'Triple Frontier' Out of Limbo, J.C. Chandor May Direct

    Kathryn Bigelow was originally set up to direct this sprawling, South American organized crime drama.

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    Watch: Tom Cruise Muscles into Daredevil Mode in 'Mission: Impossible' Trailer

    'Rogue Nation' hits July 31. Watch Tom Cruise in the new trailer.

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    Paramount Studios Hosts Produced By 2015 with Array of Producers, Talent

    The seventh annual Produced By Conference (May 29-31) moves from studio to studio in its quest to inform and educate producers in a changing economy.

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    Paramount Goes In-House to Replace Outgoing Motion Picture President Adam Goodman

    Paramount's Brad Grey has chosen not to rock the boat by picking a steady 12-year studio veteran for his next president of motion pictures.

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