Danny Torres Leads Continuum Pictures to the Paramount Lot

Continuum Pictures located at Paramount Studios, Marx Brothers Building.

In August 2011 after working with Dream Factory on zombie remake, Danny Torres entered into negotiations for Continuum Pictures move to the Paramount lot. At the invitation of Dream Factory/Taurus Entertainment a distribution company with nearly twenty-seven years in the business, Continuum Pictures moved onto the lot.

Since its move, Continuum Pictures has reached distribution agreements for The Absents, directed by Jason Durdon, Taught in Cold Blood, directed by P. David Miller, and  Sirens, directed by Jason Durdon and Danny Torres.

Currently Danny Torres and Jason Durdon (CEO-Filmplane) for Continuum Pictures are guiding the reboot of the CreepShow brand and the remake of George Romero’s Day of the Dead.

On September 19 Continuum Pictures takes over an additional office bringing the total number of combined offices in the building to five.

Continuum Pictures, has been joined by many new team members. Many have enjoyed years of success in the film industry and are bringing their abilities to the Continuum Pictures Team.

Continuum Pictures now gears up for the reboot of the Danny Torres driven feature Three Bad Men as well as the remake of George Romero’s Day of the Dead, to be produced by Danny Torres and Jason Durdon. Continuum Pictures growth and success can be accredited to both Danny Torres and Jason Durdon who have become an unstoppable Producing and Directing team.

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