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Topic - Brad Grey
Four years after a private eye went to prison for wiretapping phones of the rich and famous on behalf of celebrities and Hollywood heavyweights, his clients are facing hefty bills for his skullduggery.
Following the blockbuster success of "Rango," Paramount Pictures said Wednesday that it is creating a division to make its own big-budget animated movies, putting the studio in competition with longtime partner DreamWorks Animation.
"For nearly 100 years, Paramount Pictures has made movies that are loved around the world," CEO Brad Grey said in a statement. "To continue to do that successfully, it is critical that we give our talent and staff the tools and technology they need to remain innovative in our approach to filmmaking."
The plan is not just to make movies from characters on television such as "SpongeBob Squarepants," but to develop Nickelodeon with fresh material as a film brand for families, Grey said.