UTA Seeks to Sell Stake to Private Equity, Following WME, CAA 1 day ago
Hollywood talent agency UTA has been talking with several private-equity firms about selling a stake in the company to a strategic investor...
By Lucas Shaw
Sony has emerged as the front-runner to acquire the package, which is tentatively titled "Mommy & Me"
Kevin Bacon has reportedly finalized a deal to play an unknown villain in Matthew Vaughn's prequel
Screenwriter Mark Bailey will adapt Monte Reel's non-fiction book for Chockstone Pictures
Ridley and Tony Scott will also produce Andrew Will's sci-fi spec, which New Regency is developing
"Glee" creator to produce untitled project with Plan B's Brad Pitt and Dede Gardner
Will Block and Jake Emanuel will write an action-adventure movie based on Victor Hugo's classic novel
Bobcat Goldthwait to direct musical based on Kinks album; John Moore to direct Fox's "Ice Road Truckers"
Finn Taylor ("The Darwin Awards") is attached to direct the independently-financed project
Nicholas Chartier's Voltage Pictures will produce Sheldon Turner's directorial debut
Right of Way Films and Indian Paintbrush to produce private school satire "Elliot Allagash"
Scott Free's Ridley and Tony Scott are attached to produce Will Dunn's original spec script
Norman Bates has an anniversary and CAA's Young Turks aren't young any more
Guillermo del Toro recently left the project, which MGM still hasn't greenlit due to its ongoing financial troubles
"Hot Tub Time Machine" and "2012" actor recently wrapped the crime thriller "The Factory"
Ellen Barkin and Ellen Burstyn are also set to star in the drama from writer-director Sam Levinson
Was well known for high-profile client list and frequent journeys to Cuba
Alien invasion movie stars TV veterans Donald Faison, Eric Balfour, David Zayas, Scottie Thompson and Brittany Daniel
John Schultz will direct the feature adaptation of Megan McDonald's popular children's book series
Darren Aronofsky ("The Wrestler") will produce and direct from a script by Reveille exec Noah Oppenheim
Shock at the agency's ending parking validations does not offset yummy Scrooge feeling at the Death Star
TV project in works based on Bat Boy, other characters.
Publication signs with agency for TV, film deals.
Marks the first agency representation he's had in 15 years.
Agents at CAA, ICM and UTA make no bones about the potential to profit from the infighting and departures.
Perhaps the most painful reality of Recession Hollywood -- for egos and wallets alike -- is the parking situation at CAA.
Richard Linklater’s third peek into the love story of the couple played by Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke celebrates romance, compromise, disillusionment and the glory of conversation