Patton will play the lead Lauren Marks, a woman whose perfect life is torn apart by one twist of fate. To uncover the truth, Lauren must follow a trail of lies that take her into the world of cartels and illegal gun trade between the U.S. and Mexico.
Australian director Michael Offer (“How To Get Away With Murder,” “Longmire”) will direct the pilot from 20th Century Fox and ABC Studios. “Runner” was penned by Michael Cooney who will exec produce with Peter Horton, Ian Sander, Kim Moses and Jon Cowan, with Cowan as showrunner.
The project marks Patton’s first-ever TV series, as a regular. She co-starred in “Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol” with Tom Cruise, “Deja Vu” with Denzel Washington and “Precious.” Patton will also star in “Warcraft,” alongside Travis Fimmel and Dominic Cooper, set to
Warner Bros has acquired the story of DJ Tatiana, reports Deadline.
Cuban DJ Tatiana Alvarez has performed at Electric Daisy Carnival and Coachella, but when breaking into the electronic dance scene she spent a year performing under the identity of DJ Musikillz.
Mike Medavoy, Brian Medavoy and Erwin More will produce the movie.
Mike Medavoy's production credits include Black Swan, Zodiac and Shutter Island.
Brian Medavoy and More are Alvarez's managers.
Alvarez is currently recording a new album.
This is More/Medavoy’s first project since they reunited after a 13-year stint of being apart. They were a powerhouse management/producing team
During their 15-year run prior to taking a break to try new ventures, More/Medavoy was home to such clients as Jason Bateman, Tobey Maguire, Ryan Reynolds, Josh Brolin, Mariska Hargitay, David Schwimmer, Maria Bello, Peter Berg and Jenna Elfman and was a producer to hits including “Just Shoot Me”, “Dharma and Greg” and the Rj Cutler Emmy-winning “American High”.
More has spent the past five years at Paradigm, most recently as head of TV talent, prior to which he was co-head of talent at William Morris Agency for seven years.
“Brian and I enjoyed tremendous success together. I am looking forward to building upon that success utilizing our expanded knowledge and expertise,” said More. “I had an extraordinary time working at both William Morris Agency and Paradigm, but
Industry, which counts as clients some of Hollywood's top writers, directors and actors, has been flush with employment inquiries lately, especially since the merger of Wma and Endeavor resulted in the layoffs of a host of top talent agents. Addis ended up hiring former Wma motion picture literary agent Sarah Botfeld, but not before she made a clean break from her former agency.
"We've been specific with her about what she can and cannot say to those clients," Addis says. "What she can say is: 'This is what I'm going to do. I'm excited about the people I'm working with, and if I can ever be of service to you, you know where to find me.' "
Botfeld is not alone in
Former Wma agents Lanny Noveck and Dan Norton have moved to Icm, UTA has picked up longtime motion picture lit agents Ramses Ishak and Mike Sheresky from Wma, Paradigm has snapped up Wma agent Erwin More, and former Wma agent Renee Kurtz has landed at CAA.
Noveck, who was head of scripted television packaging at Wma, will be an agent in Icm's TV lit department, where he started Tuesday. Clients who will be joining him include Michelle Ashford, Dawn Prestwich and Nicole Yorkin.
Noveck, a 27-year Wma veteran, was one of the 100 or so agency staffers laid off a couple weeks ago amid the fallout from Wma's merger with Endeavor.
He led Wma's TV literary department for 15 years before being named head of scripted packaging in 2005. Series he has helped put together include "The King of Queens" and "That '70s Show.
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