Paramount Pictures will become the first major studio to make clips from thousands of its movies available for use on the internet, the Associated Press reports. The unit of Viacom Inc. is teaming with Los Angeles-based developer FanRocket to launch the VooZoo application Monday on Facebook. The service gives Facebook users access to footage from thousands of movies, ranging from "The Ten Commandments" to "Forrest Gump," to send to others on the popular social networking site. "The short clips for a movie that you’ve already seen before helps you relive the moment," Paramount senior vice president of entertainment Derek Broes said…

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