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Eugenia Mandzhieva - AFI FEST 2015 Presented By Audi Closing Night Gala Premiere of Paramount Pictures' 'The Big Short' - Arrivals at TCL Chinese 6 Theatres - Hollywood, California, United States - Thursday 12th November 2015

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Paramount Pictures and Eugenia Mandzhieva
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Paramount Pictures and Eugenia Mandzhieva

Brian Fuerst - Rapper/Songwriter Brian Fuerst working on his latest song, " Catch it," with Songwriter/Producer, J. Hill at Paramount Recording Studios in Hollywood, CA. Born and raised in Milwaukee, Wisconsin B1 has come out to California in his next step to bring is dreams into reality making his mark in the Hip-Hop/music world. at Paramount Recording Studios - Hollywood, California, United States - Sunday 30th August 2015

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Paramount and Brian Fuerst

Camillia Monet - War of the Worlds actress Camillia Monet leaves Coffee Bean at Paramount Studios at Paramount Studios - Los Angeles, California, United States - Thursday 5th March 2015

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Paramount and Camillia Monet
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Paramount and Camillia Monet

Danielle Armstrong - Celebrities attend the 'Attitude Hot 100 Party' held at Paramount - London, United Kingdom - Wednesday 16th July 2014

Danielle Armstrong
Lauren Pope and Vas J Morgan
Jasmin Walia
Pixie Lott
Pixie Lott
Lauren Pope

Andrea Enders - Premiere of Lifetime Television's Return To Zero at Paramount Studio - Los Angeles, California, United States - Friday 2nd May 2014

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Darren Aronofsky, One, Paramount, Nil, - Director Gets The 'Noah' Cut He Wanted


Russell Crowe Darren Aronofsky Paramount Pictures

Darren Aronofsky came to loggerheads with Paramount over his biblical epic, Noah, starring Russell Crowe. The problem lay with the final cut, and the perennial battle between auteur and Hollywood studio reared its ugly head once more. But in an unlikely tale, akin to the subject matter in the film - in semblance rather than historical accuracy, at least – the director won.

NoahThe final cut is the director's, but will it be any good?

Paramount execs had previously demanded a re-cut, and made their own versions of the film due to an unsavoury reaction from U.S screeners. The religious content in the film led to unrest amongst Christian communities. Paramount wanted to please everybody. But Aronofsky, who wowed audiences with his efforts in The Wrestler and Black Swan, asserts that the cut we’ll see in cinemas is the one he intended; it’s not become anodyne or inhibited.

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Darren Aronofksy And Paramount Feud Over Final Cut Of $125 Million 'Noah'


Darren Aronofsky Russell Crowe Paramount Pictures

Having final cut is important to auteurs. Most studios - and almost all of the major ones - finance movies for one thing: to make a profit. Directors understand this, though getting final cut of a project they've worked on for months and often years is the very least that filmmakers ask.

It seems a dispute over the issue has erupted between Darren Aronofsky and Paramount regarding final cut of the $125 million epic Noah after troubling reactions from Jewish audiences in New York, Christians in Arizona and the general public in Orange County in California. 

Multiple sources tell The Hollywood Reporter that Aronofsky and Paramount have been at odds over the version of Noah that will get a full release on March 28. It's still not clear whether the director - whose last effort Black Swan grossed $329 million worldwide and won an Oscar for Natalie Portman - has held onto the right to final cut.

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Despite World War Z Success, Paramount Pictures Lays Off 110 Workers


Brad Pitt Paramount Pictures

Paramount Pictures is laying off 110 staff at its Los Angeles and international offices, with those in finance, human resources, information technology, international home media distribution and the legal and marketing departments hit hard by the cuts.

World War ZWorld War Z Was A Massive, Unexpected Hit For Paramount Pictures

In a memo to employees, Paramount's chief operating officer Frederick Huntsberry said, "Change is always difficult and we never take these steps lightly. We are confident that these changes will allow us to manage our business with greater speed and flexibility and fully capitalize on opportunities in the global entertainment market," according to the Los Angeles Times.

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