Aaron Sorkin has left his longtime agency, Wme, for CAA, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed.
The move comes as he is finishing up his directorial debut, Stx and eOne’s Molly’s Game, starring Jessica Chastain. Sorkin also adapted the screenplay, based on the memoir of Molly Bloom.
Sorkin is arguably Hollywood’s most high-profile scribe, having penned The Social Network (which won the Oscar), Moneyball, Steve Jobs and A Few Good Men, which began as a 1989 stage play. He also created beloved series Sports Night and The West Wing (which won four straight Emmys for outstanding drama), as well as Studio
Davis will take part in a Q&A following the July 27 screening of Clive Davis: The Soundtrack of Our Lives, which is set to screen on the lawn of The Elms, the historic mansion in Newport, R.I., once called home by coal baron Edward Julius Berwind. The screening will be presented in partnership with the iconic Newport Folk Festival.
The series of sunset screenings kicks off Thursday with Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story at the Redwood Library
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