Paul Verhoeven back at ICM


Filmmaker Paul Verhoeven has returned to ICM for representation. Also signing with the agency are helmer Danny Leiner and writer-director John Glenn.

Verhoeven -- the Dutch director whose credits include "Robocop," "Total Recall" and "Basic Instinct" -- received acclaim for his most recent release, 2006's "Black Book." Next up, he's attached to direct "The Thomas Crown Affair 2" for MGM. Verhoeven was with ICM before a recent stint at UTA. He additionally is repped by manager Marion Rosenberg and attorney Tom Hansen.

Leiner's credits include "Dude, Where's My Car?" and "Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle." Glenn most recently co-wrote "Eagle Eye" for DreamWorks. He also wrote and directed "The Heaven Project," starring Paul Walker. Leiner and Glenn also were repped by UTA. Leiner also is repped by attorneys Tom Collier and Eric Brooks; Glenn also is with manager Brian Lutz and attorney Warren Dern.