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In the past five years, the role of the agent, and the business of running a sizable agency, has been buffeted by monumental changes, spurred by seismic shifts in the broader entertainment landscape.
Film and TV agent Robert Bookman has joined Paradigm. Bookman comes to Paradigm from CAA, where he had been for more than 20 years, and during his time there was involved and associated with such…
Paradigm has bolstered its management ranks with the appointment of Overbrook Entertainment partner Ken Stovitz as a senior agent. Stovitz, who is also a CAA alum, will join Paradigm's management…
Warner Bros. and Overbrook are still hoping to get a remake of "Uptown Saturday Night" off the ground, as the studio has hired Jeff Shakoor to write the script for the project which has been in…
Columbia Pictures has tapped "The Incredible Hulk" scribe Zak Penn to rewrite its untitled sequel to 2010's surprise hit "The Karate Kid."
Sony is looking for the funny in "Interpol," snapping up a comedy pitch by the writing team of Jonathan Keasey and Brant Boivin and setting it up with Will Smith's Overbrook Entertainment.
Stephen Gaghan has completed a polish of Sony Pictures and Overbrook Entertainment's futuristic sci-fi pic "One Thousand A.E.," which will be directed by M. Night Shyamalan.
Warner Bros. and Overbrook Entertainment have brought on comedy scribe Tim Dowling to rewrite "Uptown Saturday Night," a long-in-development remake of the 1974 buddy comedy that David Dobkin…
Jay-Z can add another hyphen to an already long string of them: film producer.
When Ken Stovitz, a co-partner of Overbrook Entertainment, first met Will Smith, he asked him what his goals were. Smith said he wanted to be the biggest movie star in the world. Then Stovitz asked…
Columbia Pictures is back in the dojo with a new version of the 1984 hit "The Karate Kid," which has been refashioned as a star vehicle for Jaden Smith.