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Bryan lourd Net Worth

Bryan lourd Net Worth

bryan lourd Net Worth

In the world of executives, Bryan Lourd and his partner, Bryan Radziwill, are the third couple vying for the mantle of most powerful bidders after Ari Emanuel and Major League Baseball and Stephanie L. Greenberg, formerly of WME and leading the agency to one of the most profitable years in its history, after taking over for Emanuel.

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In a sprawling keynote conversation with Ziffren Brittenham partner Ken Ziffren at the UCLA Entertainment Symposium, CAA managing partner and co-chairman Bryan Lourd opened up about his thoughts on the ongoing Writers Guild conflict, the Black Lives Matter movement and the agency's efforts to diversify, and the COVID-19 pandemic's impact on the entertainment industry.Lourd was a late addition to the roster; former WarnerMedia Entertainment chairman Bob Greenblatt had originally been slated to speak before his sudden departure from the company...

ScarJo’s agent, Bryan Lourd — one of the industry’s most powerful figures — weighed in on the fight between his client and the entertainment studio Friday, lambasting Disney for “weaponizing” her success against her. Johansson sued Disney in L.A. Thursday over its release strategy for “Black Widow,” arguing the Burbank-based studio breached its contract by debuting the big-budget Marvel Studios superhero movie on Disney+ and in theaters at the same time, hurting her compensation that largely came from ticket sales. (Source: www.latimes.com)

Agency

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Lourd and CAA co-chairs Richard Lovett and Kevin Huvane shocked entertainment watchers (and their employees) in September 2021 when they announced the acquiring of agency ICM Partners. Lourd said the deal is a doubling down on their commitment to the representation business, which differentiates them from rival Endeavor, which has numerous companies under its umbrella, including UFC and sports bet tech provider OpenBet. Lourd has an impressive talent roster that includes A-list actors (George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Daniel Craig, Scarlett Johansson, Ryan Gosling, Chris Hemsworth), filmmakers (Anthony & Joe Russo, Alejandro González Iñárritu, Roland Emmerich, Paul Thomas Anderson) and industry figures from Lady Gaga to Lorne Michaels.

In a sprawling keynote conversation with Ziffren Brittenham partner Ken Ziffren at the UCLA Entertainment Symposium, CAA managing partner and co-chairman Bryan Lourd opened up about his thoughts on the ongoing Writers Guild conflict, the Black Lives Matter movement and the agency's efforts to diversify, and the COVID-19 pandemic's impact on the entertainment industry.Lourd was a late addition to the roster; former WarnerMedia Entertainment chairman Bob Greenblatt had originally been slated to speak before his sudden departure from the company... (Source: variety.com)

Hollywood

“They have shamelessly and falsely accused Ms. Johansson of being insensitive to the global COVID pandemic, in an attempt to make her appear to be someone they and I know she isn’t,” Lourd, co-chairman of Creative Artists Agency said in a statement. Lourd represents some of Hollywood’s biggest stars besides Johansson, such as Brad Pitt and George Clooney. Disney did not respond to requests for comment on Lourd’s statement.

Lourd’s comment in this increasingly public battle is unprecedented for a world that keeps its dealings, in particular its money, behind heavy closed curtains. It is rare for an actor to take a powerful studio like Disney to task and for the studio in turn to make public how much it pays its stars. At stake for the star is tens of millions of dollars for what could have been one of the biggest films of her career. The Marvel Cinematic Universe, from which the “Black Widow” storyline is sprung, is Hollywood’s biggest film franchise. (Source: www.latimes.com)

 

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