“Brad, I’ll vouch that you never knew Pellicano. Hell, I’ll vouch that you never knew Brillstein…”
Jim Wiatt, left, CEO of William Morris Agency Inc, hugs Brad Grey, chairman and CEO of Paramount, Friday.
“Is there anything in my teeth? I just ate my young.”
Richard Lovett, president of Creative Artists Agency, arrives, Friday.
“Herbert requested I leave the leather chaps back in my room.”
Barry Diller, chairman and CEO of InterActive Corp., returns by bicycle after changing into shorts, Friday.
“I may be retired, but at exactly 3 p.m. today, I’m gonna fire Mike Ovitz all over again — just for the hell of it.”
Michael Eisner, left, former chairman and CEO of the Walt Disney Co., checks his watch as he heads to a morning session with wife Jane, Friday.
“See, I am qualified to run Disney. I’ve got Keira Knightley as the screensaver on my cell phone.”
Bob Iger, president and CEO of the Walt Disney Co., gives a wave as he arrives, Friday.
“Jeffrey, I can’t sell Paramount for you. You don’t own it. It owns you.”
Herbert Allen, of Allen & Co., left, walks with Jeffrey Katzenberg, head of DreamWorks Animation, Friday.