Category Archives: Talent Moves
Hot up-and-coming Ukrainian director Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy has signed with Lee Stobby of Lee Stobby Entertainment on the heels of his award-winning Cannes debut, which has been met with universal critical acclaim and over thirty prestigious awards across the festival circuit.
Faxon continues to be managed by Principato-Young Entertainment, while Rash continues to be managed by Intellectual Artists Management.
Kanak Management has signed up-and-coming UK director James Nunn, known for directing the 2012 action/thriller Tower Block and the 2013 actioner Green Street 3: Never Back Down.
Congratulations to Trevor Mayes on signing with Eric Williams at Zero Gravity Management!
Countless clients in the comedy landscape have left the agency titan for UTA in the last several months, including Chris Pratt, Will Ferrell and Sarah Silverman.
He was previously repped by UTA. The director’s most current film is the thriller “Child 44″, starring Tom Hardy and Gary Oldman. Espinosa was planning on leaving UTA after the film wrapped.
The actress was previously at ICM, repped by Meredith Wechter. With the departure of Wechter, Steinfeld was recently in play, along with her other clients, including Josh Gad, Bryce Dallas Howard and “Wonder Woman” star Gal Gadot.
Lorre is known for being one of the most successful and influential comedy series creators/producers of the last decade. The former Roseanne writer is known for his multiple Emmy award-winning hit series The Big Bang Theory, Two And A Half Men, Mom, and Mike & Molly.
Sarah Silverman has left CAA to sign with UTA. She is the next star to follow in the mass exodus of comedy agents and stars that has occurred over the last two months. Will Ferrell and Chris Pratt were among the high profile clients to leave CAA.
Hot Swedish directing duo Kryler Akerstrom, made up of Marcus Kryler and Fredrik Akerstrom, have just signed with Kanak Management. UTA and Paradigm are both eager to sign the award-winning team, with the filmmakers poised to make an agency decision soon.
Beckinsale joins the agency on the heels of the major exodus, leading to many stars leaving CAA. She was recently seen in the drama “The Face Of An Angel”, and is set to star in the upcoming D.J. Caruso thriller “The Disappointments Room”.
Starting off with her comedic shorts, she has gone on to host a weekly radio countdown on Sirius XM and is featured on the travelogue series Hey USA. Mourey currently has 14.9 million subscribers on her Youtube channel.
Greg Kinnear has left CAA to sign with WME. He has been signed with the agency for eighteen years, with his first project involved with CAA being the film As Good As It Gets with Jack Nicholson.
The “We’re The Millers” Director lands at WME after a major signing war.
The television legend and “Pretty Woman” director was previously signed with CAA.
The TB Recommends writer is the 64th Launch Pad Alum to be signed.
The “Jarhead” actor has switched agencies, making another talent leave from CAA.
The “Hostel” director was previously repped by CAA.
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!
Following Chris Pratt and Will Ferrell, McCarthy is the third major star to leave CAA, spelling trouble for the agency giant.
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.
The “Smash” star was previously signed with WME.
The upcoming Bond girl was formerly signed with CAA.
The “Silicon Valley” and “The Office” actor sings with UTA.
The director of the film “The Incident” signs with Paradigm.