Paramount, surprisingly returns to Skydance with a preliminary settlement for the acquisition | EUROtoday

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In the United States, there are those that instantly introduced up one other neverending story made from ups and downs and a future that can go who is aware of the place: the one between Ben Affleck and J. Lo.

For now, there’s the shock of an surprising end result after the negotiations stopped just a few weeks in the past: Shari Redstone's National Amusements (which controls Paramount) and Skydance have reportedly reached a preliminary settlement.

The information, reported by the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times, was picked up within the Italian evening from abroad simply as different indications had been taking form about the way forward for Paramount with the three co-CEOs – Brian Robbins, George Cheeks and Chris McCarthy – intent on exploring agreements for the Paramount+ streaming platform, to be married, maybe to Warner Bros Discovery for a union with the Max platform.

Reports from the US, relaunched by worldwide companies, subsequently point out that Skydance would pay 1.75 billion {dollars} for National Amusements: half a billion greater than the earlier proposal, which was rejected.

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The present deal must go the vetting of a particular committee of Paramount’s board of administrators. If all goes effectively, the deal would merge Paramount — guardian firm of CBS, MTV, Nickelodeon, Paramount+ and the Studios — with Skydance, the upstart movie studio that helped produce “Top Gun: Maverick.” It would create a Hollywood large.