‘World War Z,’ ‘G.I. Joe’ Sequels in Development at Paramount

Paramount Pictures takes a more conservative approach to the films it produces than other major studios and that paid off during a summer that was characterized by the failure of a number of expensive productions like “R.I.P.D.” and “The Lone Ranger.”

“Paramount was probably unique in not having a tentpole that failed,” Philippe Dauman, president and chief executive officer of Paramount’s parent company Viacom,  said during a quarterly earnings call with analysts on Thursday.




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