McNary, Dave
January 2005
Daily Variety;1/7/2005, Vol. 286 Issue 8, p1
Trade Publication
Reports that Brad Grey will be replacing Sherry Lansing as chairman and CEO of Paramount Pictures. Claim that the job will combine elements of Lansing's chairman duties and the filmmaking part of the responsibilities seen by the departed Jonathan Dolgen but will exclude the nonfilm parts of Dolgen's duties; Plan of Grey to divist his ownership of Brillstein-Grey to associates at the talent management firm; Suggestion that Grey is also sorting out details with Warner Bros. on disposition of Plan B, a production company.


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