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Notes from the Rep Biz - 11-17-2017

A weekly roundup of moves and signings from the rep business...

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Weekly Sports Roundup - 11-14-17

Perhaps the only industry with more movement than Hollywood is professional sports. We'll recap it all here in our regular look at the happenings across the world of sport.
 
NFL

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Weekend Box Office Report - 11-13-2017

This past weekend it a race for #2 as Thor: Ragnarok continued its box office domination and is now the 12th highest grossing Marvel Studios film. But the other two contenders weren’t out of the race and both had strong openings with Daddy’s Home 2 coming in second with $30 million and Murder on the Orient Express coming in third with $22 million.
 

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FRANCHISED - November 2017

In the state of California an agent must be franchised. In the entertainment business a movie doesn’t have to be a franchise…but it seems like they all are. This is our monthly dive into franchises and the reps who put them together.

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Notes from the Rep Biz - 11-10-2017

A weekly roundup of moves and signings from the rep business...

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Weekly Sports Roundup - 11-7-17

Perhaps the only industry with more movement than Hollywood is professional sports. We'll recap it all here in our regular look at the happenings across the world of sport.
 
MLB

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Weekend Box Office Report - 11-6-2017

Well, it took a couple weeks, but CAA is back on top at the box office, thanks to Thor’s mighty hammer and some bad moms celebrating Christmas.

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Notes from the Rep Biz - 11-3-2017

A weekly roundup of moves and signings from the rep business...

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Weekly Sports Roundup - 10-31-17

Perhaps the only industry with more movement than Hollywood is professional sports. We'll recap it all here in our regular look at the happenings across the world of sport.
 

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Weekend Box Office Report - 10-30-2017

It was a sluggish weekend at the box office and an EXTEMELY rough weekend for newcomers. Lionsgate’s Jigsaw made a strong debut (albeit a little under expectations), and was the only wide release to crack the top five, continuing 2017’s trend of horror movies being top earners.
 
The other wide releases Thank You For Your Service and Suburbicon opened poorly with Suburbicon doing a complete belly flop – surprising considering the pedigree behind it.
 

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