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Paramount expansion plan approved by Los Angeles City Council

by www.latimes.com

Paramount Pictures is in the business of greenlighting movie projects, but it was the studio itself that got the greenlight Tuesday when the Los Angeles City Council approved  Paramount’s ambitious 25-year plan to overhaul and expand its historic lot in Hollywood.

The L.A. City Council voted unanimously...


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