Paramount Pictures has hired Marc Weinstock, international marketing and distribution president, to operate a division.
A result of the reorganization, the marketing co-president Mary Daily is leaving, she has focused more on the international side of the aisle.
Brian Robbins, newly installed Paramount Pictures CEO Brian Robbins detailed the changes on Monday in a note to staff.
Tom Dobby said that the ox, who says he is not a good person, didn't think he'd act like a movie star, or he would be wrong if he wasn't at the show. I told Mike that she'd be happy to be president of the movie theater.
We have contributed to several successful marketing campaigns such as Rocketman, Sonic the Hedgehog and the Quiet Place Part II.
For you know, Marc is an independent, visionary marketer, and his expertise here at Paramount can more than prove this, says Robbins in the note.
Mary has extended her deep gratitude to the organization, a huge thank you for her important contributions to the organization. She joined Paramount in 2017 to be President of International Theatrical Marketing and Worldwide Home Media Entertainment, Robbins continued.
Robbins said adding Presences laser focus to themed entertainment will allow the company to further grow our franchises.
"Beyond me for congratulating Marc and Pam and congratulating Mary and Kevin for their work and leadership," Robbins concluded.