Tina Bennett Joins Literary Group at WME 43 weeks ago
Tina Bennett, agent to high-profile authors like Malcolm Gladwell, Atul Gawande and Fareed Zakaria, has joined WME’s literary...
By Lucas Shaw
John Ferriter's entertainment division of the massive marketing and representation agency Octagon adds two Hollywood veterans
The veteran executive previously worked at Relativity and William Morris Agency
The top agent and board member left hastily on Friday, despite having no clear plans
Fogelman, who represents J.J. Abrams, Michael Bay and toy company Hasbro, plans to start a company of his own -- but he's not sure when
The interest is in addition to the $270M a jury awarded Celador in July
The ex-chairman of William Morris finds a new perch helping AOL shape its content strategy, exits board of directors
The agent was a towering figure in the talent world for three decades, representing such stars as Denzel Washington, Richard Gere and Mel Gibson
He'll be managing director at company, which also signed an affiliation with Ken Lindner & Associates
Banished to that dark place where former power brokers go, Wiatt lands on the board of spun-off AOL
Bumped from William Morris, the indie agent joins rival agency; will head indie dept with Rich Klubeck
Panel, screenings will be part of Oscar org's salute.
Indie is based on the thriller by Roger Smith.
"Fix the agency or we will fix it for you," he's told in confirmation hearings.
Network is embedding its news telecasts with the White House on June 24.
"Simply put, our staffing levels were bloated and hindered our ability to be an efficient and nimble team-oriented company."
Plus, the second movie sequel, working with Bill "Murrican" Murray -- and his own gay ghostbusting adventure
“If your usual starting price was $17,000 an episode, now it’s about $12,000.”
Most returning-series premieres and one debut -- "Glee" -- scheduled for the week before the Nielsens kick in.
Vet reporter comes over after stints at Variety and TV Week.
The note reinforces the view of those who think Jim Wiatt sold out the Morris agency to Endeavor.
'Smithsonian,' 'Angels & Demons' still going strong.
Film tackles economic crisis; L.A. stunt gets people involved.
Actually four, plus Leonardo DiCaprio. But he's here for a reason.
After a long "Tonight Show" reign, late-night's neck-and-neck now, with some giving Letterman a slight edge.
Cuts are part of a move to position the channel as a competitor to E! and Entertainment Tonight.
All makers of loud, stupid action movies only wish their films delivered as much sheer sensation as this latest installment in the vroom-vroom saga