March 2008
Film Journal International;Mar2008, Vol. 111 Issue 3, p6
This section offers news briefs on the film industry. Regal Entertainment Group is acquiring Consolidated Theatres, a circuit with 28 theatres and 400 screens. HBO ceased its relationship with distributor Picturehouse, which was jointly run by the cable company and New Line. Paramount Pictures restructured its executive ranks, promoting John Lesher to president of Paramount Film Group and worldwide marketing president Rob Moore to vice chairman of the studio.


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