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Jerry Bruckheimer & Paramount Ink First-Look Deal, Brett Ratner to Direct Beverly Hills Cop 4


Following on from news we heard earlier this year, in which Jerry Bruckheimer and Disney parted ways following the release of The Lone Ranger, we heard over the weekend that Bruckheimer is closing a three-year first-look deal with Paramount. Deadline reports that Bruckheimer will enjoy a lot more freedom with the deal, being able to […]

Six Of The Best: The Directors – Roman Polanski

Roman Polanski

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Roman Polanski is as famous for the events of his tumultuous life as he is for his often brilliant, highly influential body of work. Born in Paris in 1933 to Polish parents who unfortunately returned to Poland in 1937, Polanski survived the Nazi extermination of the inhabitants of Krakow’s Jewish ghetto (although his mother died […]

New Featurette for Star Trek Into Darkness – ‘Light Years Beyond the First Movie’


J.J. Abrams’ Star Trek Into Darkness is understandably one blockbuster that has immense anticipation surrounding it. Abrams rebooted the franchise back in 2009 with Star Trek, and now he’s returning to the universe once more for what promises to be something of an epic sequel. The first announcement trailers and the first teaser trailer itself […]

Paramount hoping to set Transformers 4 in China


Michael Bay is returning to the helm of a Transformers film once more, to bring us the fourth slice of action that will see him reuniting with the brilliant Mark Wahlberg, following their great experiences on shooting Pain & Gain (due out in Spring 2013). Following the initial announcement last week, we’ve since heard that […]

Mark Wahlberg Confirmed for Transformers 4 & New Decepticons Logo


If ever anyone tells you the Internet isn’t a powerful medium, don’t believe them for a second, because Mark Wahlberg has been confirmed for Transformers 4. What started out as a rumour was quickly dispelled by director Michael Bay, but then not longer after, Bay announced he was reconsidering things for the upcoming fourth instalment […]

Paramount lands Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street with Leonardo DiCaprio

Leonardo DiCaprio and Martin Scorsese

Martin Scorsese’s return behind the camera with The Wolf of Wall Street has naturally been one of the most anticipated of the films going into production this year. Leonardo DiCaprio reteams with Scorsese once more at the head of an all-star cast, and now Deadline report that Paramount Pictures have closed a deal for the […]

Paramount to develop £2bn. Theme Park near London

Paramount UK Theme Park Plans

Following on from the Warner Bros. Studio Tour London, which opened this spring to give visitors an inside view of the making of Harry Potter, another Hollywood studio will be entering the UK attraction market, unveiling plans to build a £2bn. theme park near London. The attraction is set to transform the Swancombe peninsula (a […]

Keira Knightley Nabs Role in Paramount’s Jack Ryan Reboot


Keira Knightley (Pride & Prejudice) has overcome tough competition from Evangeline Lilly (Real Steel) and Felicity Jones (Like Crazy) to nab the lead female role in Paramount’s Jack Ryan reboot. Knightley will star opposite Chris Pine (Star Trek), Kenneth Branagh (Frankenstein), Kevin Costner (The Untouchables) and James Earl Jones (The Lion King) in the long-in-development project. Jack Ryan […]

Spinter Cell Movie A Step Closer?


It’s about time I say. According to a recent report a new Splinter Cell Deal is in the works with Warner Bros and Paramount vying for the rights. The report from Deadline claims that despite talks with Warner, Paramount are the front-runners to produce the film. Ubisfoft, the games creators will be “very involved” in […]

The Greatest Stars in Hollywood Assemble for Paramount’s 100th Birthday

Paramount 100th Anniversary

In celebration of Paramount’s 100th Birthday this year, the studio assembled 116 of its biggest talents they’ve worked with across the years for The Paramount Picture as part of a piece for Vanity Fair. The new Paramount logo has been attached to their films since Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol at the tail-end of last […]

Prometheus’ Damon Lindelof to Re-Write World War Z with Brad Pitt

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Paramount have not had the easiest time bringing Max Brooks’ novel, World War Z, to the big screen. Starring Brad Pitt in the lead, the film was originally set for release in December this year, before being pushed back by the studio to 21st June, 2013. When word of the delay surfaced back in March, […]

Michael Bay Responds to Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Uproar: Take a Breath & Chill

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Yesterday brought with it an interesting/controversial update on Paramount’s upcoming live-action Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: the Turtles won’t be mutants, so much as aliens. And as expected, fans of the original heroes took to the Internet in their outrage, decrying the end of life as we know it. (Not quite, but you get the idea.) […]

The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn DVD Review


The big question with the transfer of Tintin from big to small screen was how the fantastic use of 3D and sheer scale of the film would suffer. The answer, thankfully, is not in the slightest, Spielberg and Jackson wisely choosing to steer clear of the clichéd third dimensional gimmicks. With the audience treated as […]

Paramount Set TMNT, Tom Cruise’s One Shot, and Brad Pitt’s World War Z Release Dates

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Paramount have been doing a bit of shuffling to their upcoming release schedule, and have now set the release dates for three of the biggest films on their slate, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, One Shot, and World War Z. Coming first will be Christopher McQuarrie’s One Shot, the adaptation of Lee Child’s novel in the […]

Fancy an Exclusive Clip from The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn DVD?


Last year the two towers of Peter Jackson and Steven Spielberg combined to bring Hergé’s bequiffed junior hero to the big screen in a CG/Mo-cap explosion which impressed many and promised much for the next film in the series. The film is out on Blu-ray and DVD in a week’s time and we’ve got a clip […]

Sacha Baron Cohen Signs First-Look Deal with Paramount and will Partner on His Next Movie

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Comic genius Sacha Baron Cohen is known to the world by many names not his own, including Ali G, Borat, Brüno, and most recently General Aladeen in his upcoming movie, The Dictator. Deadline are now reporting that Baron Cohen and his production banner, Four By Two Films, have signed an exclusive three-year first-look deal with […]

Brilliant U.K. Trailer for Young Adult

Charlize Theron in Young Adult

Paramount have released the U.K. trailer for Mandate Pictures’ Young Adult, and it’s everything you hoped it would be and more. Young Adult stars Charlize Theron (Monster) as a young adult fiction writer who, after a messy divorce, returns to her hometown of Minnesota in a bid to win back her now married ex-boyfriend. Marking the second collaboration […]

Transformers Dark of the Moon DVD Review


An open mind is a wonderful thing, and I approach every film I see with one. Despite the narrative black hole that was Transformers Revenge of the Fallen there was something in the first film which gave me hope that a return to form was the only option open to Michael Bay and his enormous […]

Watch the The Adventures of Tintin UK Premiere Live Stream


The Adventures of Tintin is set to storm into UK cinemas this Wednesday and this evening sees the UK premiere hit London with many of the cast set to be in attendance. Jamie Bell, Simon Pegg, Nick Frost and writers Edgar Wright, Joe Cornish and Steven Moffat are all set to walk the red carpet […]

New Trailer and Posters Tease Tintin


New trailer time for Tintin and there’s a whole lot of One Boy and his Dog to enjoy here as the release date for the 3D Mo-captravaganza from Messrs. Spielberg and Jackson draws ever closer. What’s gratifying on the new posters has the names of writers Stephen Moffat, Joe Cornish and Edgar Wright prominently displayed […]

VIdeo Interview: Spielberg and Jackson Discuss the Making Of Tintin


The first reviews are finding their way online for The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn and it’s a generally positive reception for a film which comes to us from two masters of modern popular cinema. If you’re curious then click here to read Ben’s take on the film. THR sat down with […]