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Martin Scorsese Will Shoot ‘Killers of the Flower Moon’ in February 2021

The behind-the-scenes saga of Martin Scorsese‘s Killers of the Flower Moon has been a bit of rollercoaster. The pic, based on the true story of a series of murders of wealthy Osage people in the early 1920s, was originally set up at Paramount and was supposed to start shooting in March 2020. Of course, the coronavirus destroyed that March shoot date, and then Paramount got cold feet about the film’s ballooning budget of $200 million. Apple TV+ then swooped in to save the project. Now, the movie...
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‘Star Trek’ Reboot From Noah Hawley is Now On Hold

Noah Hawley‘s Star Trek movie, which isn’t to be confused with the long-delayed Star Trek 4, is now on hold. Paramount actually has three different Trek movies on the backburner: Star Trek 4, the Star Trek movie that Quentin Tarantino was going to direct, and Hawley’s movie. The fate of all three remains in doubt now, and sources state that one of the reasons for the delay of Hawley’s film is that the plot involves a deadly virus, which audiences might not be in the mood for anytime soon. Ok...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, Star-Trek, Chris Hemsworth, Quentin Tarantino, Smith, Paramount Pictures, Noah Hawley, Paramount, Tarantino, Chris Pine, Kirk, Hemsworth, James T Kirk, Mark L Smith, Emma Watts


Ben Affleck to Direct ‘The Big Goodbye’, About the Making of ‘Chinatown’

The Big Goodbye, the excellent, recently-published book about the making of 1974’s Chinatown, is headed to the screen. Ben Affleck will return to the director’s chair to helm the project, and he’ll write the script, too. Lorne Michaels (yes, that Lorne Michaels) is producing. This is sure to be a high-profile project, as it’ll focus on the making of one of the best movies Hollywood released in the ’70s, and will also feature figures like Roman Polanski and Jack Nicholson as main characters. ...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Jack Nicholson, Ben-Affleck, Los Angeles, Roman Polanski, Paramount Pictures, Robert Evans, Bill Hader, Paramount, Chinatown, Lorne Michaels, Nicholson, Affleck, Wasson, Robert Towne


Noah Hawley’s Star Trek Reportedly Stalled at Paramount

Noah Hawley’s Star Trek reportedly stalled at Paramount Following the underwhelming box office numbers for Star Trek Beyond, the film franchise of Paramount’s long-running sci-fi universe has struggled to find a path forward and while Legion‘s Noah Hawley signed on to write and direct a fourth film in Abrams’ Kelvin Timeline, it appears the project has stalled at the studio, according to Deadline. RELATED: Quentin Tarantino “Steering Away” From Star Trek Project PB ...
Tags: Movies, Star Trek, Fox, Cbs, Quentin Tarantino, Smith, Paramount Pictures, Noah Hawley, Kelvin, Paramount, Tarantino, Logan, Abrams, Picard, Mark L Smith, Emma Watts


Noah Hawley’s ‘Star Trek’ Movie Halted at Paramount

Paramount Pictures has decided to pause on making another “Star Trek” movie, nine months after hiring “Fargo” and “Legion” creator Noah Hawley to write and direct the next installment of franchise. The decision comes five weeks after the studio named former 20th Century Fox film executive Emma Watts to be president of the Paramount Motion […]
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No, ‘Mission: Impossible 7’ Will Not Be Blowing Up a Historical Bridge and Christopher McQuarrie Has a Very Long Explanation for It

The Mission: Impossible franchise has done it all: it has crashed motorcycles, blown up trucks, and dangled its star Tom Cruise out of planes, helicopters, off cliffs, and out of the tallest skyscraper in the world. So it was almost unsurprising when reports came out that the Mission: Impossible 7 crew were planning to blow up a bridge in Poland. But the film production was met with immediate backlash when it was reported that said bridge was an 111-year-old historical landmark, a piece of the ...
Tags: Movies, Sequels, Poland, Tom Cruise, Paramount Pictures, Christopher McQuarrie, Action/Adventure, McQuarrie, Mission: Impossible 7


Seth Rogen’s New ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ Will Lean More into the “Teenage” Angle

Back at the end of June, we got some surprising news about the future of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles franchise. The heroes in a half-shell are getting rebooted yet again, but this time as a computer animated movie from Nickelodeon Animation Studios and Paramount Pictures. Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg are on board as creators and producers through their Point Grey Pictures production banner, and the former recently opened up about how this iteration of the turtles will be different. Colli...
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Seth Rogen Says How His Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Will Be Different

Seth Rogen Says How His Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Will Be Different In June it was announced that Seth Rogen and his long-time producing partner Evan Goldberg have teamed up with Nickelodeon for a CG-animated reboot movie of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. In a recent interview with Collider, Rogen opened up on the upcoming project, revealing that their TMNT reboot will lean more towards a coming-of-age story that has been left out in previous adaptations. “As a lifelong fan of Ninja Turtle...
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New ‘Scream’ Sequel Will Bring Courteney Cox Back Again as Gale Weathers

Do you like scary movies? Friends star Courteney Cox certainly does, because she has just officially signed on for her fifth Scream movie, once again reprising her role as reporter Gale Weathers. Get more details about Paramount’s relaunch of the horror franchise below. Wes Craven, who directed all four existing Scream films, died in 2015, so Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett of the filmmaking group Radio Silence are taking over for this new version, which is apparently taking a page ou...
Tags: Hbo, Comedy, Movies, Casting, Horror, Sequels, Starz, Paramount Pictures, Scream, Cox, James-Vanderbilt, Arquette, Courteney Cox, Wilmington North Carolina, Kevin Williamson, David Arquette


CBS All Access Adds Over 70 Shows from Comedy Central, MTV, Nickelodeon & More, Will Be Rebranding in 2021

Among the plethora of streaming services now available, CBS All Access was probably the one with the most disappointing library. Sure, they have good originals like the new Star Trek shows and the reboot of The Twilight Zone, but otherwise, it’s mostly a collection of old CBS shows and other TV series that have been endlessly licensed at all the other streaming services. But that changes today. CBS All Access has added over 70 new shows from Comedy Central, MTV, Nickelodeon and other channels f...
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CBS All Access adds 3,500 new episodes before rebranding in 2021

ViacomCBS has announced a significant expansion to its streaming library, with the addition of more than 3,500 episodes of shows like “Avatar: The Last Avatar,” “Chapelle’s Show” and “Laguna Beach.” Viacom and CBS were previously merged, then separated, then most recently merged again, and the additional content comes from across the company’s different brands — such as BET, Comedy Central, MTV, Nickelodeon, Smithsonian Channel, TV Land, VH1 and Paramount Pictures — plus additional sports pro...
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CBS All Access Adds Programming From BET, MTV, Nickelodeon & More

CBS All Access Adds Programming From BET, MTV, Nickelodeon & More ViacomCBS today announced a significant expansion of CBS All Access, ViacomCBS’ subscription video on demand and live-streaming service, in a major step toward transforming CBS All Access into a diversified super service for the company. More than 3,500 episodes across ViacomCBS’ leading portfolio of entertainment brands will now be available on CBS All Access, including popular series from BET, Comedy Central, MTV, Nickelodeon...
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CBS All Access Adds 3,500+ TV Episodes and Films, Rolls Out Update With Curated Homepages and Better Discovery

CBS parent company ViacomCBS today announced a significant expansion to its streaming service, CBS All Access. In addition to a new user interface across all major device platforms, CBS All Access is gaining more than 3,500 episodes of TV to improve its back catalog, as well as older movies. This includes shows from channels like BET, Comedy Central, MTV, Nikelodeon, Smithsonian Channel, TV Land, and movies from Paramount Pictures. The company also said that CBS All Access will continue to ga...
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‘Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins’ Delayed to 2021

Paramount Pictures recently pushed back the release of both A Quiet Place Part II and Top Gun: Maverick, two anticipated sequels that already had their release dates delayed previously thanks to the coronavirus pandemic shutting down movie theaters around the world. Now the studio is delaying another one of their major theatrical releases intended for later this year with Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins vacating its October 2020 date for a release sometime in 2021. Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins w...
Tags: Movies, United States, Sequels, Hasbro, Paramount Pictures, Paramount, Toy, Joe, Goldner, Action/Adventure, Robert Schwentke, Release Dates, G.I. Joe, Henry Golding, Brian Goldner Hasbro, Andrew Koji Robert Schwentke


Live Sonic the Hedgehog Movie Sequel Planned for 2022

The Sonic the Hedgehog movie, touted as having the most successful opening weekend for a game to film adaptation of all time, has received a tentative release date of April 2022 for its sequel film, which will have rabid Sonic fans curious as to what characters (both allies and antagonists) will be inescapably joining the […]
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Amazon In Talks to Acquire Michael B. Jordan’s Without Remorse

Amazon in talks to acquire Michael B. Jordan’s Without Remorse After announcing a few months ago it had delayed the release of the Michael B. Jordan-starring thriller by a month, it now appears Paramount’s Without Remorse may forgo a theatrical release all together as Amazon is entering final negotiations to acquire the film, according to The Hollywood Reporter. RELATED: Paramount Pushes Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse Release Date PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStand...
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Paramount Pushes ‘A Quiet Place II’ and ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ to 2021, Sets Dates for ‘Sonic the Hedgehog 2’ and More

Now that Warner Bros. Pictures has pushed Tenet back to an unknown release date, Paramount Pictures is delaying some of their biggest movies scheduled for release later this year and bumping them back into 2021. A Quiet Place Part II and Top Gun: Maverick, two anticipated sequels that would have already been in theaters by now but were delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic shutting down movie theaters, are both being delayed until next year. That’s also resulted in a shift for the return of t...
Tags: Movies, United States, Mtv, Sonic the Hedgehog, Paramount Pictures, Paramount, Edgar Wright, Soho, Ron, Warner Bros Pictures, Tenet, Jackass, Release Dates, Top Gun 2, Henry Golding, Top Gun: Maverick


Michael B. Jordan’s ‘Without Remorse’ May Go Straight to Amazon Instead of Opening in Theaters

Amazon Studios is reportedly in final negotiations to acquire Without Remorse, the Michael B. Jordan-led action thriller based on the novel by Tom Clancy. Paramount currently holds the distribution rights to the project and had a theatrical release planned for later this year, but if the deal goes through, Amazon is expected to drop the movie directly onto its Amazon Prime Video service. A shift to Amazon would also put this new movie alongside the company’s Jack Ryan series, which stars John K...
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Paramount Pushes A Quiet Place Part II & Top Gun: Maverick

Paramount pushes A Quiet Place Part II & Top Gun: Maverick Two major Paramount Pictures releases are getting another schedule change as the studio has announced that the highly-anticipated A Quiet Place Part II and Top Gun: Maverick are both being shifted from their 2020 release dates to 2021, according to The Wrap. RELATED: A Quiet Place Scribes Partnering With Sam Raimi for Sony Thriller PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB....
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Ryan Reynolds-Shawn Levy Time Travel Movie Jumps From Paramount to Netflix

In yet another sign of the times, the Ryan Reynolds–Shawn Levy time travel movie is time traveling from Paramount to Netflix. There was a time, not so long ago, where the thought of a major studio movie with a big star going right to Netflix would be unthinkable. But studios have grown warier and warier of projects that don’t already have franchise brand recognition. And now, Paramount’s loss will be Netflix’s gain. Deadline says that the Ryan-Reynolds-Shawn Levy time travel movie is going t...
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Contest: Win ‘Clueless’ and ‘Ghost’ on Blu-ray

This month, Paramount released new Blu-ray editions of two of their most famous titles: Ghost, the movie where Patrick Swayze‘s ghost annoys Whoopi Goldberg, and Clueless, where Alicia Silverstone falls in love with her step-brother, the immortal Paul Rudd. To celebrate these new releases, we’re giving away free copies of the Ghost Blu-ray and the Clueless steelbook Blu-ray. In Ghost, released in 1990, Patrick Swayze is Sam, “who is recently departed from the living world, but left behind i...
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Unmade ‘Terminator Genisys’ Sequels Would Have Been “Trippier” and Focused on the Time Loop, Says Co-Writer

The Terminator film franchise has been a mess for years. James Cameron’s Terminator 2: Judgment Day was such an incredible flex – a stone cold action/sci-fi classic and a franchise-redefining powerhouse that pushed visual effects to the brink of what was possible at the time – that all other Terminator sequels have paled in comparison. Each of the sequels have little moments that shine, but overall, Judgment Day simply casts too large a shadow for them to escape. Even when Cameron was directly ...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, Sequels, Cameron, Clarke, Skynet, John, James Cameron, Paramount Pictures, Terminator Genisys, Matt Smith, Jason Clarke, Sarah Connor, Genisys, John Connor, Screenwriting


‘Mission: Impossible 7’ Headed Back to Norway For More Beautiful Scenery & Potential Tom Cruise Injuries

Tom Cruise is bringing the Mission: Impossible crew back to Norway. Mission: Impossible – Fallout filmed partially in the Nordic country, and Cruise recently told Norway’s culture minister Abid Raja about returning there in the fall to shoot more scenes for Mission: Impossible 7. The upcoming sequel had to suspend filming due to the coronavirus, but the crew was recently granted permission to start shooting again. At the end of Mission: Impossible – Fallout, Tommy Cruise’s Ethan Hunt does ba...
Tags: England, Movies, Cruise, Sequels, Italy, Norway, Henry Cavill, Tom-Cruise, Paramount Pictures, Raja, Christopher McQuarrie, Action/Adventure, Esai Morales, Ethan Hunt, Henry Czerny, Tommy Cruise


Skydance Animation’s First Movies, ‘Luck’ and ‘Spellbound’, Slated for Release in 2022

Skydance Media has found plenty of success on the big screen with the modern Star Trek franchise, the Mission: Impossible film series, Jack Reacher, and World War Z. Plus, they’ve started to create a big presence on Netflix with action movies like 6 Underground and the recently released The Old Guard. But soon they’ll be stepping into the animation arena with their first two animated feature films, Luck and Spellbound, slated to arrive in theaters in 2022. Skydance Animation announced the off...
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Spellbound & Luck: Skydance Sets Release Dates for New Animated Films

Spellbound & Luck: Skydance sets release dates for new animated films Skydance Animation and Paramount Pictures has officially set the release dates for their forthcoming animated films Spellbound and Luck which will be directed by Vicky Jenson and Peggy Holmes, respectively. Both fantasy films will be having their worldwide theatrical release in 2022, with Luck debuting on February 18, 2022 while Spellbound arrives in theaters on November 11, 2022. “’Luck’ and ‘Spellbound’ create rich world...
Tags: Movies, Netflix, Little Mermaid, Chris Miller, Paramount Pictures, Paramount, John Lasseter, Skydance, Glenn Slater, Alan Menken, Luck, Linda Woolverton, Peggy Holmes, ComingSoon, Movie News, Chris Aronson


Tom Cruise Hoping to Shoot Part of Mission: Impossible 7 in Norway

Tom Cruise Hoping to Shoot Part of Mission: Impossible 7 in Norway According to Deadline, Mission: Impossible franchise star Tom Cruise is aiming to return to Norway this year to film part of Mission: Impossible 7 after the country provided the backdrop for a memorable scene in Mission: Impossible – Fallout, wherein the actor scales a cliff face surrounded by mountain peaks. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = P...
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Skydance Animation’s ‘Luck,’ ‘Spellbound’ Scheduled for 2022 Release

Paramount Pictures will release Skydance Animation titles “Luck” and “Spellbound” in 2022. Paramount made the announcement Monday. It came three years after David Ellison’s Skydance Media launched Skydance Animation by forming a partnership with Madrid-based Ilion Animation Studios. “Luck,” directed by Peggy Holmes, will open on Feb. 18, 2022, as the first feature from Skydance […]
Tags: News, Madrid, Paramount Pictures, Paramount, Skydance, Luck, Peggy Holmes, David Ellison, Skydance Media, Spellbound, Skydance Animation, Ilion Animation Studios Luck


‘Grease’ Prequel Brings In ‘Hearts Beat Loud’ Director Brett Haley

Yes, that Grease prequel is still happening. And it’s even found a director! Brett Haley, the filmmaker behind the charming indie flick Hearts Beat Loud, is set to direct the project, which is currently called Summer Lovin‘ but will probably end up being retitled Grease: Origins or something stupid like that, since studios love brand recognition. Deadline is the word on the Grease prequel director. Brett Haley has been brought in by Paramount to helm the film which will cover the fateful mee...
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Brett Haley to Direct Grease Prequel Summer Lovin’

Brett Haley to Direct Grease Prequel Summer Lovin’ Deadline is reporting that Brett Haley (Hearts Beat Loud, I’ll See You in My Dreams, All the Bright Places) will direct Paramount’s Grease prequel Summer Lovin’ from the script penned by Leah McKendrick (Deviant Love, M.F.A.). Haley is reportedly taking over for John August, who was originally attached to the project back in 2019. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefre...
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Netflix Acquires ‘SpongeBob: Sponge on the Run’ International Rights From Viacom (EXCLUSIVE)

Netflix has acquired the international distribution rights for the latest “SpongeBob” film, insiders familiar with the deal told Variety. The streaming giant picked up the foreign rights for the twice-delayed Paramount Animation title from Viacom. The film is one of many theatrical releases thwarted by the coronavirus pandemic this year. The deal excludes China, where […]
Tags: News, China, Netflix, Paramount Pictures, Viacom, Variety, Paramount Animation, SpongeBob: Sponge on the Run