Skydance Extends Paramount Deal Four Years

Jim Cameron & Tim Miller ‘Terminator’ On Boards

by Mike Fleming Jr
August 7, 2017
Deadline

Despite vehement denials late last year that Skydance’s long relationship with Paramount Pictures would be extended, the company announced that it has in fact reupped its producing and co-financing relationship with the studio for another four years. This gives Paramount much needed cash to try and launch tent pole films and franchises, something it sorely needs. Pictures on the docket include Mission: Impossible, the Joseph KosinskiTom Cruise collaboration Top Gun, and the David FincherBrad Pitt sequel to World War Z. Skydance was already part of these pictures. Of note here is the formalization of news that Deadline broke last January, that the studio will re-launch of the Terminator franchise with Skydance.

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David and Brad seem impressed by the latest toy from RED

Reported by mikez

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July 7

Crazy. Last night it seems the entire the world was arguing over how insane we were (again) and how the Hydrogen display we are promising is just simply impossible. […]

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Order here: http://www.red.com/hydrogen
Link to PDF: http://www.red.com/hydrogen.pdf

More details by Jim Jannard, founder of RED, on the RED User forums.

Is David Fincher About to Make the Biggest Movie of His Career?

The director is in talks to helm a major sequel with longtime collaborator Brad Pitt.

by Yohana Desta
April 27, 2017
Vanity Fair

David Fincher may be circling his biggest project yet. Though the filmmaker has worked on plenty of big-budget pictures, he has yet to step into the franchise ring—preferring to make glossy adaptations of thrilling best-sellers, like Gone Girl and The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. […]

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Paramount’s Jim Gianopulos on the status of the World War Z sequel

“We’re in advanced development. With David Fincher directing. And Brad Pitt”

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Paramount’s Jim Gianopulos on Starting Over, His Fox Exit and Reviving a Struggling Studio

by Pamela McClintock
June 21, 2017
The Hollywood Reporter