With more than 7 million subscribers on YouTube, The Fine Bros. will expand into TV.
One insider describes the books as a "fucking mess," binding bids come in next few weeks
The Cinetic boss wants more transparent reporting of box office grosses on iTunes, VOD and other platforms -- but what are the chances?
12 to 15 employees are losing their jobs after a sale fell through
The Lillehammer gold medalist says the agency and a small army of reps brazenly siphoned her earnings for nearly 20 years
Zimmer proffered his view of the movie business at an event on Thursday
The top 10 invites based on guest list, awards prowess, and industry anxiety over not getting in. Plus: two secret gatherings on Emmy night.
Spenser Cohen wrote the sci-fi thriller
Daniel Porter, who will head agency's drive into digital, helped orchestrate the sale of OMGPOP to Zynga
Buyers are feeling optimistic, but could a zealous Weinstein Co. or new player ruin all the fun?
The 10-minute live-action short film was nominated for a Spanish Academy Award
Series follows a pregnant astronaut, back from space
Top agent had shared clients with LBI head Rick Yorn
His other credits include Disney's "Race to Witch Mountain" and the Adam Sandler movie "Bedtime Stories"
WME co-CEO talks about his partner during an interview at the Fortune Brainstorm Tech Conference in Aspen
The pop star's hit single "Gangnam Style" was the first YouTube video to cross one billion views
'Significant' minority stake in Adweek's 2012 agency of the year connects clients to brands
Final bids for the online video company are due Friday
Scafaria also wrote "Seeking a Friend for the End of the World"
What was that about a "psychopath"? Hollywood goes down and dirty...again
Five high-profile agents have left CAA in the last few months, and some claim CAA nudged them out
Nancy Meyers has made a number of successful movies on middle-age romance
Jeff Berg will try to pull in agents and clients from rival agencies while also offering financial advisory services
In a rare flash of bipartisanship, WME and CAA worked together to draw almost $10 million for "The Way, Way Back"
Maurice Marciano, the co-founder of Guess jeans, was also named to the board
WME has signed the Carson Entertainment Group, which owns more than 3,300 hours of footage from Johnny Carson's time on "The Tonight Show"
The writer, director and producer had been without an agent since last summer
"Fishing Without Nets" won the Cinedigm Jury Prize at theShortList, TheWrap's first short film festival
"Dark Knight Rises" director Christopher Nolan switched agencies from CAA to WME and now both want commissions
Vice will expand into scripted programming and look to boost its film marketing division