Like all other divisions of the company, Paramount too is adapting to the changing conditions and, as a result, we will reduce our global workforceViacom, NBCU announce layoffs Dec 05, 2008
David is one of the great storytellers of our time, and his debut as a filmmaker is both highly anticipated and long overdue'Sopranos' creator to direct first film May 08, 2008
Just in terms of constancy, in terms of running the studio, this is solidifying what has become a strong, senior executive team. The promotions and responsibilities have been well-earnedParamount changes executive line-up Jan 12, 2008
Gail's dedication in the last 18 months has been invaluable during this important and historic time at ParamountBerman out at Paramount Pictures Jan 10, 2007
This new presentation of Paramount's top-grossing film is particularly special because 2012 is the 100th anniversary of our studio'Titanic' film set for 3D re-release May 19, 2011
Brad Alan Grey (born December 29, 1957) is the Chairman and CEO of Paramount Pictures, a position he has held since 2005. Under Grey’s leadership, Paramount has finished No.2 in market share in 2008, 2009 and 2010 despite releasing significantly fewer films than its competitors.
Since arriving at Paramount in 2005, Chairman and CEO Brad Grey has led a return to fortune at the box office. He has overseen the creation of revitalization of several major franchises, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, Star Trek, and Paranormal Activity, which was made for $15,000 and generated $192 million at the global box office. Paranormal Activity 2 grossed $177 million worldwide, and the third installment in the franchise is scheduled for release in October 2011.
Paramount has also forged productive relationships with top-tier filmmakers and talent including J.J. Abrams, Michael Bay and Martin Scorsese.