Hillary Clinton's fundraising treks to Los Angeles draw extensive attention, but what is lesser known is that Republican candidates have been pulling campaign cash from the region in more low-key events.That will change on Dec. 8, as Marco Rubio's campaign has scheduled a fundraiser at the sprawling hilltop home of Tony Pritzker, with John Ondrasik of Five for Fighting scheduled to perform, according to an invite. Pritzker is the managing partner of the Pritzker Group and an heir to the...
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Jackoway would have a lot to keep him busy if all he did was service the $250 million Warner Bros. pact he closed for J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot production company in 2019, which has the sci-fi fantasy drama “Demimonde” in production for HBO, and Seth McFarlane’s $200 million NBCUniversal Content Studios deal, an agreement that has spawned projects including a straight-to-series adaptation of his movie “Ted” for Peacock. But he’s also been cutting deals for writer-producers Michael Patrick King (HBO Max’s “Sex and the City” reboot, “And Just Like That”) and Carol Black (reboot of her ABC series “The Wonder Years”), TV jurist Greg Mathis (TLC’s “Legally Mathis”) and other clients including Marc Platt, Tom Werner, Ron Fitzgerald, Mitchell Hurwitz, Kari Lizer and the team of Max Mutchnick and David Kohan (creators of “Will & Grace.”