Paramount Pictures apologized for painting over a mural in Vallejo while filming scenes for Transformers spinoff "Bumblebee," multiple media outlets report.
NYS Entity Status
NYS Filing Date
SEPTEMBER 22, 2011
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NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY
2011 - PARAMOUNT MEDIA LLC
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- Beloved Vallejo mural painted over by Paramount Pictures for 'Transformers' spinoff
By Michelle Robertson - Wednesday Sep 20, 2017
- ‘Thor’ Stays Atop Box Office While ‘Orient Express,’ ‘Daddy’s Home 2’ Fight for No. 2
By Jeremy Fuster, provided by
- Saturday Nov 11, 2017
“Thor: Ragnarok” will have no trouble staying atop the box office charts in its second weekend, as it is estimated to make at least $54 million after making $18.2 on its second Friday, pushing its domestic total over $200 million and its global total over $600 million. By comparison, its week-to-week drop-off of 50-56 percent is much lower than that of “Spider-Man: Homecoming,” which opened this past July to $117 million and then dropped 62 percent to $44 million in its second weekend.Meanwhile, this week’s two new releases, Paramount’s “Daddy’s Home 2” and Fox’s “Murder On The Orient Express,” are in a neck-and-neck race for the No. 2 spot after both made $10.8 million on Friday.
- Viacom Boss Shoots Down Any Talk of Mergers for Paramount Film Studio
By Tony Maglio, provided by
- Thursday Nov 16, 2017
Viacom boss Bob Bakish isn’t interested in merging the company’s Paramount Pictures with a competitor.“That’s a business we think is great as it is,” he said Thursday morning during a quarterly earnings conference call. “We don’t believe we need to combine it with another film studio.”Calling Paramount an “integral part of our company,” Bakish said he’s “thrilled” with the new leadership team there, and “very excited for what’s in the pipeline for ’19.”Also Read: Viacom Q4 Earnings Miss the Mark as MTV, Comedy Central Home Sheds Cable SubscribersBut what about 2018, Bob?Click here to see how Viacom (and Paramount, specifically) performed over the past three months, which was the final quarter of the company’s fiscal year.
- ‘All the President’s Men’ screens at Paramount in Oakland
By G. Allen Johnson - Tuesday Jul 11, 2017
‘All the President’s Men’ screens at Paramount in OaklandFor those liberals who dream of President Donald Trump’s impeachment, here is your cinematic bible.Alan J. Pakula’s adaptation of the book by Washington Post reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein and how their reporting brought down President Richard Nixon is a rock-solid American classic, a grounded-in-real-life thriller that is one of the best newspaper movies ever made.[...] the film lost the best picture Oscar to “Rocky,” a movie that vowed to make America great again.
- Paramount Hires Mary Daily as President of International Theatrical Marketing and Home Entertainment
By Matt Pressberg, provided by
- Thursday Sep 14, 2017
Paramount Pictures has named Mary Daily President of International Theatrical Marketing and Worldwide Home Media Entertainment.Daily most recently served as President and Chief Marketing Officer, Worldwide Marketing for Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, and will start her new job Sept. 18. In her international theatrical marketing role, Daily will report to Paramount President of Worldwide Marketing and Distribution Megan Colligan, and will spearhead the design, development and implementation of all the studio’s marketing and advertising strategies for its international releases.
- Paramount’s China Slate Deal ‘On Track,’ Viacom CFO Says
By Matt Pressberg, provided by
- Thursday Aug 3, 2017
Paramount Pictures’ $1 billion slate financing deal with China’s Huahua Media and Shanghai Film Group is “on track” despite a delay in a payment due in June, Viacom Chief Financial Officer Wade Davis said on a Thursday afternoon conference call following the company’s third-quarter earnings report.There was a delay in the June quarter payment,” Davis said in response to a question from an analyst, before praising Huahua as a “fantastic operating partner” that has “really moved the needle on a number of pictures in China.[...] Huahua’s marketing might couldn’t help the latest “Transformers” installment, “The Last Knight,” which failed to hit the same numbers as its predecessor despite a bigger box office overall.