WHO GETS WHAT? Split will lead to project custody battle

Fleming, Michael; Gardner, Chris
August 2006
Daily Variety;8/24/2006, Vol. 292 Issue 37, p1
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The author analyzes the sudden break up of Paramount Pictures and Cruise/Wagner Productions and its fallout. The author opines that this may lead to the battles between these companies over the future of the shingle and its many projects at the studio. This views of Cruise/Wagner spokeswoman and Julie Polkes of Rogers & Cowan on their contracts and agreements are also presented in the article.


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