Category Archives: Industry News
Get the inside information on which industry executives have moved around this week.
The television legend and “Pretty Woman” director was previously signed with CAA.
A new crop of releases brings some life to the box office, but Furious 7 will likely drive away with it all for the third week.
Robert Kirkman has inked a one year first look film deal with Universal.
Raposo will join Jeff Stier in the new position.
The Senior VP of Sony has left to join former studio head Amy Pascal’s production company.
The TB Recommends writer is the 64th Launch Pad Alum to be signed.
The “Star Trek” and “Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol” producer has become the COO of J.J. Abrams company.
McDonough has left her previous publicity position at Warner Bros.
The “Jarhead” actor has switched agencies, making another talent leave from CAA.
Panitch has left his position as the president of Fox International Productions.
The full list of winners from the MTV Movie Awards!
The “Fifty Shades Of Grey” producer has signed a three year first look deal with Universal.
“Furious 7″ wins again, but the real race is for second place.
The “Hostel” director was previously repped by CAA.
The Weistein Co. and ITV are working out a deal that could be worth up to 950 million dollars.
The “Lego Movie” directors are rumored to have offers in major franchises.
UTA continues to upstage CAA in the major comedy blowout that started last week, with the “Hangover” star trading up agencies.
A roundup of this week’s exec moves, including the major agency battle between CAA and UTA, and more!
Bob Buchi has been promoted from EVP of worldwide marketing to president of worldwide home media distribution
Michael De Luca is leaving his job at Sony’s Columbia Pictures to produce for Universal Pictures!
Furious 7 burns rubber.
Following Chris Pratt and Will Ferrell, McCarthy is the third major star to leave CAA, spelling trouble for the agency giant.
More agents are leaving CAA, following the departure of Lesak, Heyman and Co.
The President and General Manager of AMC, who was responsible for kicking off their original programming, will bring his talents to Sundance TV.
The “Paul Blart” star will make a return to television, where he got his big break with “The King Of Queens”.
Every Client tracked… Who stays, who goes, who wins and who loses.
“The Get Hard” star is the latest to jump from CAA to UTA in the bloodbath of moves as UTA comedy ranks continue to expand.
The “Jurassic World” star has followed his agents from CAA to UTA at the start of a major upset.
Five Major CAA agents have left the agency in a massive shake-up.