The latest episode of The Tinsel Zone, a web series created by current Hollywood assistants, is described by its makers as a pitch meeting run by an Ari Emanuel-inspired Hollywood boss (down to the “tan skin, Chicago accent, etc” they write). Director Zach Copeland works at 1821 Pictures and series creator Charlie Wachtel toils for director and WME client Stephen Kessler (Vegas Vacation). We’ll see if either Wachtel or Kessler can get in WME’s front lobby after this:
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