Paramount Pictures Studios
Paramount Pictures Studios in Hollywood, CA is one of the most famous movie studios in the world. It is the place where several blockbuster films are filmed. Paramount Pictures Studios in Hollywood, CA was acquired by Viacom in 1994. It is one of the 20 production companies owned by Viacom. It is an American film studio located in Hollywood, California, which is part of Los Angeles County. It is among the largest film production studios in the world and is home to Paramount Pictures, which is a subsidiary of Viacom. The studios were originally founded as the General Film Company in 1912 and merged with Paramount Pictures in 1924.
It was founded in 1926, shortly after Paramount Pictures opened its new headquarters in Hollywood, California, and was operated by Paramount for more than seven decades.
The Paramount Theatre in Hollywood, CA has reopened after a $100M restoration. The Paramount was the first theater in Hollywood, built-in 1922 and designed by the architect George Wyman. It is one of the largest art deco movie palaces in the world, with a capacity of 2,604 seats. The after-hours club on the roof, once frequented by Judy Garland, Humphrey Bogart, and Marilyn Monroe, closed in 1950. In 1998 it was added to the National Register of Historic Places.
The city of Hollywood, California, is one of the most famous movie production sites in the world. The city is home to numerous studios, such as Warner Bros., Disney, Fox, and Universal, whose famous studios have produced hundreds of movies and TV shows. Hollywood is also the home of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, which hosts the annual Academy Awards.
The California Film Commission has approved the latest expansion of the historic Hollywood Sign, allowing for a new film studio complex to be built on the site. The studio will be a single-story, 1.4 million square foot facility that will occupy the entire block bounded by Hollywood Boulevard, Crescent Heights Boulevard, North Highland Avenue, and Hollywood Way in the Hollywood Hills. The complex will include a production studio with sound stages and green-screen areas, a post-production studio, a costume shop, and a facility that will create a 2-foot-high model of the Hollywood Sign using 3-D printing.
The Hollywood, CA city council members who voted against a resolution condemning the recent actions of the Trump administration have been criticized by city officials. The council members have come under fire for not putting their city first in the face of this unprecedented situation.
Viacom is the owner of the historic Paramount Theatre in Hollywood, CA. The theatre was built in 1918 and is one of the oldest movie houses in the world. It was later called the Pantages Theater and hosted a long list of famous acts like Woody Allen, Frank Sinatra, The Beatles and Sonny & Cher. In recent years the theatre has fallen into disrepair and shown its age as it had been gated and boarded up for many years. The theatre was given to a non-profit organization for reuse and is now available to be restored and rejuvenated.
Viacom has been ordered by a federal judge to pay $500,000 to the husband of a former intern who accused the company of creating a sexually hostile work environment, as well as to the couple’s three children. In the suit, filed in 2010, the ex-intern, Jennifer Fichter, claimed that Viacom bosses created an “unwelcome, degrading and sexually hostile work environment for her and other female employees,” according to court documents. The case was dismissed, but the judge recently found that Viacom had violated the law and that Fichter and her husband, Michael Burnett, were entitled to $500,000 in compensation.