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Skouras has booked d.p. Trent Opaloch (“Captain America: The Winter Soldier,” pictured) on Joe and Anthony Russo’s “Captain America: Civil War” and editor Fred Raskin (“Django Unchained”) on Quentin Tarantino’s “The Hateful Eight.”

APA has booked executive producer David Siegel (“The Lego Movie “) on Todd Phillips’ “Arms and the Dudes”; co-producer Louise Lovegrove (“The Motel Life”) on Noah Buschel’s “The Phenom”; 1st AD’s Chris DeBenedetto (“Earth to Echo”) on Andy Goddard’s “The Blunderer” and Rich Cowan (“Into the Storm”) on SyFy pilot “The Magicians”; editor Peck Prior (“Best Night Ever”) on Chris Columbus’ Pixels; and producer Jonathan McCoy (“Single Mom’s Club”) on Jessie Nelson’s “The Most Wonderful Time.”

APA has signed cinematographers Loren Yaconelli (“Ray Donovan”) and Philip Linzey (“Intruders”); editors Chris Hill (“Big Brother”) and Kyle Gilman (“My America”); production designer Cat Smith (“True Blood”); and costume designer Amanda Riley (“Stitchers”).

Eastern Talent has booked production designer Christopher Brown (“Mad Men“) on AMC’s “Halt & Catch Fire,” and editors Stephen Mark (“Defiance“) on MTV’s “Eye Candy” and Patrick McMahon (“Defiance“) on Bravo’s “Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce.”

Innovative Artists has booked editor Jake Pushinsky (“Empire State“) on Dito Montiel’s “Man Down” and d.p.’s Jas Shelton (“Togetherness“) on Sam Raimi’s “Dawn” and Bill Nielsen (“Masters of Sex”) on FX series “Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll.” Agency has placed makeup department head Myke Michaels (“The Vampire Diaries”) on Alison Eastwood’s “Battlecreek” and line producer Elaine Dysinger (“Dark Hearts”) on Jonas Ackerlund’s “Freak Show.”

WPA has signed producer Carsten Lorenz (“The Grudge”).

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