Brad Pitt's Plan B leaving Paramount Pictures

After an eight-year run at the studio, it looks like Brad Pitt will and his Plan B production banner will be leaving Paramount. A source close to the situation says that the studio will not be renewing Plan B’s deal when it ends in 2014 and that Pitt will be moving the company elsewhere. The insider added that it was likely that Plan B would be headed for a deal with New Regency, which worked with Plan B on the Fox Searchlight film “12 Years a Slave.” The news is interesting, since the studio and Pitt have just tapped Juan Antonio Bayona to helm the sequel to “World War Z.” Plan B and Paramount had gone through some rough times in the last year after a problematic shoot on “World War Z,” but those problems seemed to fade once “World War Z” grossed more than $540 million at the worldwide box office.



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