Paramount's film division released Zemeckis' "Forrest Gump" and "Flight"
Anonymous entered a three-year, first-look deal with the new studio
The longtime producer worked at the studio in some capacity for more than 80 years
Will J.J. Abrams still be guest of honor at Brad Grey's Paramount family dinner post-'Star Wars?'
Could David Ellison make TV shows for Paramount's incipient TV division?
Paramount chief Brad Grey wants to bring TV back to Paramount to insulate the studio from the lagging film industry
The executive will remain as chairman and CEO as the studio tries to ramp up its own inhouse franchises
Studio chief talks about the new animation division and why he loves "Despicable Me"
WaxWord lands at the Herb Allen conference in Sun Valley and learns - Brad Grey just proposed! Plus, Diller and Katzenberg speak on new media
Why the movie really wasn't released last October -- and how Grey is one lucky mogul
"Sopranos" mastermind to make '60s-era musical for Paramount Vantage
Do male directors ensure you golden profits each and every time you greenlight their projects?
Studio report card: It's been a big year, from "Star Trek" to Oscar contender "Up in the Air"
Brad Grey's chief spokesman is leaving, her replacement not yet named
Latest port of call: Amalfi coast. Grazer and Berkus are with Vivi Nevo; Ron Meyer has obviously made up with David Geffen. Check out the...
There were no signs of cutbacks or the recent exec shuffle at the lavish premiere of "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen," which overtook the streets...
Co-chief of production chief Brad Weston shifting gears.
Catch up on all the top schmooze in Hollywood. Beginning this week, Ester gives her own outrageous take on the week on TheWrap. This week:...
Brad Grey and his studio have a lot to prove with the launch of "Star Trek' and 'Transformers."
Paul Rudd risked overexposure this week by appearing at two movie premieres in one week. But with two markedly different films, he did not wear...
Viacom has extended Paramount chairman Brad Grey's contract, set to expire next year, to 2014.