CAA made a couple of signings over the weekend. The agency signed Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, the Victoria’s Secret fixture who was hand picked by Michael Bay to replace Megan Fox as the female lead opposite Shia LaBeouf in Transformers: The Dark of The Moon. The agency also signed The Gotham Group, the management company run by Ellen Goldsmith-Vein which represents a wealth of source material from major publishers and comic book companies and has producing credits that include The Spiderwick Chronicles and the upcoming Taylor Lautner-starrer Abduction. Huntington-Whiteley wasn’t previously repped as an actress. The Gotham Group had been repped by WME, which last week signed Chris Columbus away from CAA.
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