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Artisans Booked on ‘Fifty Shades Darker,’ ‘Mr. Robot,’ ‘Divorce’ and ‘Furious 8’

APA has booked producers Connie Dolphin (“Cedar Grove”) on Syfy’s “Aftermath” and G. Mac Brown (“St. Vincent”) on Nikolaj Arcel’s “Dark Tower”; and production designer Nelson Coates (“Secret in Their Eyes”) on James Foley’s “Fifty Shades Darker” and “Fifty Shades Freed,” director TBD. The agency has signed editor John David Allen (“Peace, Love & Misunderstanding,” pictured above).

Mirisch has placed line producer Joseph Iberti (“Boardwalk Empire”) on USA’s “Mr. Robot,” costume designer Mary E. McLeod (“Texas Chainsaw 3D”) on Lifetime movie “Un-Break My Heart,” production designer Stuart Wurtzel (“Ricki and the Flash”) on HBO series “Divorce,” and editor Kevin Stitt (“Jurassic World”) on Colin Trevorrow’s “The Book of Henry.” The agency has signed editor Neil Smith (“Snow White and the Huntsman”).

Gersh has booked production designers Oliver Scholl (“Edge of Tomorrow”) on Jon Watts’ upcoming Spider-Man reboot and Bill Brzeski (“Furious 7”) on F. Gary Gray’s “Furious 8”; d.p. Arthur Albert (“Better Call Saul”) on season 3 of NBC’s “The Night Shift”; and editors Stewart Schill (“American Horror Story”) on season 4 of Starz’s “Black Sails” and Jon Dudkowski (“Forever”) on Hulu series “The Path.”

Visual effects studio FuseFX has brought on veteran vfx producer Andrea D’Amico, who will join the effects team on “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” Post sound shop Formosa Group has added four music editors: Carlton Kaller, Peter Myles, Cory Milano, and Nate Underkuffler. Deluxe unit Beast has hired editor Jason Painter for its Atlanta studio.

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