Paramount Pictures “remains firmly in the grasp of a man so out of touch with the modern world that when citing the support he’d had for his remarks, Sumner Redstone told reporters he’d had a congratulatory call from Vanity Fair celebrity chronicler Dominick Dunne, who told him he behaved like Samuel Goldwyn. Being compared to Goldwyn has a nice ring to it, but the truth is that Redstone really has far more in common with N.Y. Yankees owner George Steinbrenner. That’s why I suspect that no matter how many good pictures get made at Paramount, as long as Redstone is around, studio executives won’t last any longer than Yankees managers during Steinbrenner’s heyday. Both men live in a world where winning isn’t everything — it’s the only thing.” — from Patrick Goldstein‘s latest “Big Picture” column.