Stacey Snider may have been successfully wooed by Paramount to become co-chairman and CEO of DreamWorks, but her former colleagues at Universal are not about to let the marriage take place until Jan. 1, 2007, when her current contract expires. "Snider could face a 10-month paid vacation in limboland," Daily Variety remarked in reporting on Universal's decision to relieve Snider of her duties but not release her from her current contract. The trade publication indicated that Paramount apparently has no plans to buy out the remaining months on her contract.
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