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'Smile' banner Temple Hill renews first-run movie deal with Paramount

Paramount Pictures has renewed its premiere deal with Temple Hill Entertainment.

The multi-year deal follows the studio and production company teaming up on the horror blockbuster Smile, which grossed Revenue in $ million dollars worldwide. Temple Hill develops films for Paramount Pictures and its brand, Paramount Players, under which Smile was developed and produced.

Paramount and Temple Hill are currently producing Rebecca Serle’s One Italian Summer, Gabrielle Zevin’s New York Times best-selling novel Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow , and Tomi Adeyemi’s best-selling young adult novel Sons of Blood and Bone , and the film musical adapted from The King and I

On the TV side, Temple Hill still has a pre-emptive subscription agreement with Lionsgate. Recent and upcoming films include director Colm McCarthy’s horror-thriller Bagman, Chris Landon’s We Have a Ghost

for Netflix, and Hannah Marks’ adaptation of John Green’s Turtles Along the Way .

Paramount – Presidents Michael Ireland and Daria Sechek said in a statement: “Temple Hill has a great track record of making films that really connect with people. For the record. Wyck, Marty and Isaac have been incredible collaborators and, more importantly, friends in the ten years we have known them.”

Temple Hill’s Wyck Godfrey, Marty Bowen and Isaac Klausner said: “Paramount has been making some of the smartest, boldest and funniest movies in Hollywood, and we’re lucky to be working with Bry [Robins], Mike, Daria and the rest of the Paramount team.”



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