Adam Goodman (Film Producer & Founder - Dichotomy/Invisible Narratives)

Adam Goodman, an American film producer, is the former President of Paramount Pictures. He is the owner of Dichotomy, a film production company. Goodman served as President of Paramount Motion Picture Group from 2009 to 2015. While at Paramount, he shepherded a number of key projects for the company. Some of the films that he helped bring to the screen include the “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” reboot, “Mission:Impossible – Ghost Protocol” and the “Paranormal Activity” franchise. During his tenure, Paramount also rebooted "Star Trek" with J.J. Abrams and launched a series of films based on "G.I. Joe." The company weathered a third-act reshoot on "World War Z" to turn it into a $540 million global hit. Shortly after departing from Paramount, Goodman formed his own film production company, Dichotomy. He also serves as Co-Founder of Invisible Narratives.

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