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Steve Rudnick and Leo Benvenuti, the writing team whose most recent credit was “Space Jam,” have signed with ICM, to be repped by Steve Rabineau, co-head of the agency’s motion picture department. The team’s credits include “The Santa Clause” and TV’s “The Dennis Miller Show.” They also created and co-produced “The Second Half” for NBC. The team is working on the remake of “The Incredible Mr. Limpet” for Warner Bros. and Yorktown Prods., and “Johnny Toothpick” for Disney and Caravan Pictures. They had been repped by UTA.


Norman Reedus, co-star in John Hughes’ “Reach the Rock” and Miramax’s “Mimic,” has signed with the Gersh Agency, to be repped by Peter Young.


Justin Herwick, who co-stars in James Brooks’ “Old Friends” and the indie feature “Muse,” has signed with Chris Schmidt of Writers & Artists Agency. Schmidt also has signed Bobby McGee, who is in “High School High” and the film “Sprung.”

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