The Hollywood Reporter's Entertainment Business Managers Power Breakfast celebrating the top business managers in Hollywood, these are the moneymen, moneywoman, people who handle the finances for some of the top stars in Hollywood.
Behind the scenes of our cover shoot with rapper, songwriter and producer Snoop Lion. Snoop shares his love for finding new talent, running his children’s football league and his transition from Snoop Dogg to Snoop Lion.
Architect Dennis Gibbens built a 2,700-square-foot home theater space for CBS Corp. CEO Les Moonves and wife Julie Chen with 18 seats, each with a perfect view, plus a homey lounge and a bar. READ MORE
The biggest real estate deals are happening in hyperspecific locations within the city's swankiest zip codes, from a secluded, gated area in Los Feliz to an exclusive pocket of Pacific Palisades to two streets in Beverly Hills that are "the best streets this side of the Mississippi." READ MORE
A $20 million teardown? The thrill of $3,000 a square foot? Yes, it’s happening in the city’s hottest pockets within the hottest areas, where price increases of outrageous umpteen percents are far outpacing the market. READ MORE
Richard Landry, fresh off of completing Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen's Brentwood eco-mansion, puts a final spin on the actor's wine cellar, library, home theater, gym, pool with waterfall, putting green and 2,200-square-foot outdoor room. READ MORE
The 6,000-square-foot Beverly Hills residence was redesigned by "Mad Men" creator Matthew Weiner's wife, Linda Brettler, previously owned by "The Honeymooners" writer Leonard B. Stern and pays homage to the art deco aesthetic of Terence Winter's "Boardwalk Empire." READ MORE
International billionaires are buying a new breed of outrageously oversized homes: "I feel like I'm living on the edge of poverty under 9-foot ceilings," says builder Alessandro Cajrati Crivelli. READ MORE