Jim Gianopulos

Chairman and CEO, Paramount Pictures

Chairman and CEO of Paramount Pictures

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When Jim Gianopulos left Fox in 2017 to take the top job at Paramount, he found a weakened studio that had been through a string of flops.

Paramount CEO Jim Gianopulos has faith that audiences will return to movie theaters

When Jim Gianopulos left Fox in 2017 to take the top job at Paramount, he found a weakened studio that had been through a string of flops.

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