UTA, CAA and more fought over Gilberston before WME pulled out all the stops.
The award-winning writer/director lands representation.
DiCaprio’s Appian Way is attached to produce the project.
“Focus” is the strong frontrunner, while everyone else grapples for a half-million here, a half-million there.
The citizens of the small British town of Pagford fight for the spot on the parish council after Barry Fairbrother dies.
A cryptic message from Bond’s past sends him on a trail to uncover a sinister organization. While M battles political forces to keep the secret service alive, Bond peels back the layers of deceit to reveal the terrible truth behind SPECTRE.
Story centers on a loving father who buys a used clown costume to dress up in after the clown-for-hire cancels on the 6-year-olds birthday. However, once the party ends, the father discovers the costume won’t come off, and even worse, that it is slowly transforming him into a blood-thirsty monster, ready to kill anyone who tries to take the costume off of him.
Your weekend digest for the hottest stories of the week!
A round-up of this week’s internships!
Logline: Follows the escapades of 12 year-old boy Finn and super-powered best friend dog Jake who fight fiercely in a quest to protect their bizarrely inhabited Land of Ooo from a wide array of foes and mythical creatures. Based on the widely popular Cartoon Network animated series.
Logline: Based on a the true story of Billy Milligan, who was the first person to successfully use multiple personality disorder as a defense in a court of law after being arrested for rape and diagnosed with a multiple personality disorder that had 24 manifestations.
The world of Arrow and The Flash is about to get bigger.
Logline: Follows students, with high-ranking government official parents, that attend at Langley High — the school that’s located less than a mile away from the CIA. After one parent goes missing and a teacher turns out to be more than he seems, one student becomes caught in the middle of a conspiracy much bigger than anything he could have imagined.
A roundup of this week’s exec moves, including major studio shake-ups and more!
Undercover cop Lucas White joins Vin Serento’s LA gang of illegal street racers. They are fast and they are furious and they plan to double cross LA crime kingpin Juan Carlos de la Sol who hides his cash in a downtown Taco Bell.
LA Philharmonic looking for Asst to President ASAP. Position is 25-30 hours a week and requires fast paced, high volume desk experience (preferably someone with studio or agency background). Duties include rolling calls, handling VIP tickets, errands, backing up first assistant and general support to the President.
A winning combination of the partnership of Lord and Miller with Will Forte leads to a surprising comedy pilot.
Seeking two full-time Executive Assistants for the music management, production, and licensing company headed by music mogul Quincy Jones. The candidates must be meticulous, passionate, and driven. Must have a genuine love and appreciation of all facets of the music business and be eager to learn at a rapid pace.
The Arlook Group, a boutique management and production company, is looking for an executive assistant for their head manager and president Richard Arlook. Richard manages high-level screenwriters and directors. He also produces both film and television.
In a fateful bumper car collision, Jake and Ella meet and become the most loving couple in the long history of Romance. But when a scheming “other” woman drives a wedge of jealousy into their perfect courtship, insecurity spells out an untimely fate. With only the help of a disgraced magician and his forbidden “soul machine”, Ella takes the form of Jake’s numerous lovers, desperately fighting through malfunction and deceit as they try to reclaim their destiny.
Set in a world where humans and super heroes co-exist, a homicide detective is tasked with investigating crimes involving superhuman powers.
All roads lead to Chechnya for Cole and Cassie in this week’s “12 Monkeys.”
We’re still feeling the repercussions of the slap but this week Uma Thurman finally gives us a character we can sink our teeth into. Not literally, of course.