Jackie Chan, Paul Thomas Anderson to WMA
'Blood' director among 'murderer's row' now at agency
UPDATED 2:49 p.m. PT, April 25, 2008
Paul Thomas Anderson and Jackie Chan have landed at WMA.
Anderson, whose most recent film, "There Will Be Blood," was one of most acclaimed films of 2007, left Endeavor this week and now joins WMA's "murderer's row" of directors that includes Tim Burton, Ridley Scott, Quentin Tarantino, J.J. Abrams, Michael Bay, Bryan Singer and the Wachowski Brothers.
Chan, who was at CAA, stars in "Forbidden Kingdom," which opened at the top of the boxoffice last week.
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