HOLLYWOOD, CA - MAY 14: Paramount Pictures Chairman and CEO Brad Grey (L) and actor Tom Cruise attend the Premiere of Paramount Pictures' 'Star Trek Into Darkness' on May 14, 2013 in Hollywood, California.
We are thrilled to be partnering with Tom on ‘Mission:Impossible’ once again ... The last installment of the Mission series was the biggest in the life of this franchise. Tom has been at the heart of its success and we look forward to his great talent, and the continued global appeal for another Mission, to drive fans around the world to the next chapter of this series.
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The past met the present at the L.A. premiere of Paramount’s “Star Trek Into Darkness” when Brad Grey momentarily called the Dolby Theater by its previous name. “Welcome to the Kodak Theater, where they have the Oscars,” he said. J.J. Abrams introduced t from Variety Read more »
Tom Cruise Returns as Star, Producer of 'Mission: Impossible 5'
"We are thrilled to be partnering with Tom on 'Mission: Impossible' once again," said Paramount Pictures President and CEO Brad Grey. "The last installment of the Mission series was the biggest in the life of this franchise. Tom has been at the heart of from MSN Entertainment Read more »
Is 'World War Z' The Next Big Hollywood Flop?
Paramount's upcoming zombie movie "World War Z" needs to be a hit. "If this movie doesn't hit $100 million domestic, then it's in a lot of trouble," — Phil Contrino, VP/Chief Analyst, BoxOffice Vanity Fair suggests the reason Pitt was able to work on his from The Business Insider Read more »
Brad Grey Discusses Piracy, Failure of DreamWorks Deal During 'Charlie Rose' Appearance
Brad Gray kept dodging questions during an appearance on "Charlie Rose" Wednesday about why the Paramount's deal to purchase DreamWorks SKG ended with the exits of Steven Spielberg and David Geffen from the studio lot, but the tenacious anchor would not from The Wrap Read more »
New York: Carlyle Hotel Tenant Gets Raided By FBI
The historic Carlyle has other famous residents, including Paramount Pictures chairman Brad Grey. According to a New York Times article, the gallery,which was filled with multimillion dollars worth of art including masters like Picasso and Francis Bacon, from Hotel Chatter Read more »