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Charles Roven’s Atlas Entertainment Expands Into Management

Charles Roven’s Atlas Entertainment is expanding into management with Atlas Artists, headed by Dave Fleming.

Fleming’s clients include Olivia Munn, Kristin Davis, Jaimie Alexander (“Thor”)​, Kim Raver, Kathryn Morris, Jaime Pressly, Holt McCallany, Natalie Martinez, Dawn Olivieri (“House of Lies”) and Blake Jenner (“That’s What I’m Talking About”).

Other clients include Alison Sudol (“Transparent”), Aimee Garcia, Sarah Wynter, Amanda Righetti, Jessica Szohr, Alexandra Breckenridge and G Hannelius.

“The goal will be to help build new and different platforms across all media for our clients and the Atlas brand,” Fleming said.

Fleming has been a manager and producer at The Gold/Miller Company for 15 years. He recently executive produced “Billy Boy,” starring Blake Jenner and Melissa Benoist, and “To Whom it May Concern,” starring Dawn Olivieri and Wilmer Valderrama.

Roven and Fleming have known each other through their work together at Mosaic Media Group, which merged Atlas Entertainment entities with Gold/Miller. Mosaic Media Group stopped operations in 2009 and the ACE Media venture, operated by Steve Chasman, was closed down in 2011.

Atlas Artists will operate out the 9200 Sunset complex where Atlas Entertainment resides.

Atlas is in post-production on “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” for Warner Bros., and “Warcraft” from Legendary Pictures and Universal, and is in pre-production on Warner Bros.’ “Suicide Squad.” Its series “12 Monkeys” launches on Syfy in January.

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