HOLLYWOOD GETS WIRED

TOP TALENT AGENCY CAA AIMS TO GIVE ITS STAR CLIENTS AN EDGE AS ENTERTAINMENT MOVES TO THE PC

Woody Harrelson loved the interactive tour. Independence Day producer Dean Devlin was dazzled by the hot graphics. And Sean Connery made an appointment to come back for a longer visit.

On the very day that former Creative Artists Agency shogun Michael Ovitz was falling on his ears at Disney, his old outfit was literally rolling out the red carpet for a key element of its strategy to rule tomorrow's Tinseltown. Last Thursday marked the unveiling of the CAA/Intel Media Lab, CAA's bid for a thick slice of the growing PC-software pie and the strongest indicator to date that Hollywood and Silicon...

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