'The Loved Ones' is finally hitting theaters this summer courtesy of Paramount. The wicked little horror film - described as a cross between 'Sixteen Candles' and 'The Texas Chainsaw Massacre' - that blew up SXSW in 2010 has a brand new trailer to get you excited about this bloody prom flick.
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It seems that Paramount feels the need... The need for speed. (Come on, like we weren't going there.) In a recent interview president Adam Goodman gave up the goods on several new projects, including the long-gestating 'Top Gun' sequel.
The trailers for 'The Dictator' have certainly underwhelmed and given us little more than yet another ethnic Sacha Baron Cohen alter ego. In a smart move, Paramount just released the opening scene from the film proving that whoever cut that trailer together before had no idea how to sell this film.
Found footage has proven highly profitable, particularly for horror films. Following the success of 'Paranormal Activity' and 'The Devil Inside,' Paramount's Insurge banner is understandably riding that gravy train until it ends -- and now they want to marry that profitable gimmick with another highly profitable title: 'The Ring.'
Given the carnival atmosphere of their family story, I’m surprised it has taken this long for Hollywood to explain how circus pioneers The Ringling Bros. came to be. The good news is that Paramount Pictures is moving forward on a Ringling Bros. feature film but today’s information might leave you feeling a little blue.
Nancy Meyers is close to striking a deal with Paramount for 'The Intern,' her new comedy starring Tina Fey. It's a great week for Meyers who has also signed on to direct 'The Chelsea,' starring Felicity Huffman.
The other day, we reported on the launch of ‘Google Play,’ the latest method for online consumers to access movies, music, books and apps through their various devices. This morning, the new service received yet another vote of confidence from a major Hollywood studio that will begin sharing its titles through the ‘Google Play’ rental library.
Paramount is developing a new "supernatural" version of the old Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn story by Mark Twain with producers Peter Chermin, Dylan Clark, and Matt Lopez. The film is simply titled 'Huck.' And it will be unlike any other Tom Sawyer/Huck Finn story you've ever seen.