The $2,700-per-person event will be held at the Friedman’s Los Angeles home.
Friedman, whose studio launched “The Hunger Games” franchise, was among Clinton’s key donors during the second quarter, when she raised over $46 million for her presidential campaign. Friedman was co-chairman and CEO of Summit Entertainment, which launched the “Twilight” franchise, until it was acquired by Lionsgate in 2012.
Clinton also will be raising money at other L.A. events during her September visit, sources say.
This will be Clinton’s fourth fundraising visit to Los Angeles since announcing her candidacy in April. She has so far dominated fundraising in Hollywood among all presidential candidates, while a SuperPAC supporting her candidacy, Priorities USA Action, has collected $1 million contributions from such figures as Jeffrey Katzenberg, Steven Spielberg and Haim Saban.
Update: Clinton also is set for a $2,700 per person early evening event at Perch Rooftop in downtown Los Angeles. Both events include a photo with the candidate, and co-host designations for those who raise $27,000. That level also includes a host reception with Clinton and membership in the Hillstarter program. The event at the Friedmans also includes an event host designation, for those who raise $50,000, with entry into the reception and to the Hillraiser program.