The best part of Fortune's long profile of CAA, which paints the super-agency as some kind of scary-ass hive mind where information spreads instantaneously and all the agents are Jedi masters:
Every Monday morning more than 100 agents gather around an enormous custom-made marble table to hear their marching orders. The men wear dark suits, colorful ties, and shiny black shoes. The few women present are clad in similar dark pantsuits — conservative but not boring. The questions from the head of the table begin.
The best part of Deadline Hollywood blogger Nikki Finke's delightfully over-the-top reaction to the profile:
Newsstand vendors need to group the latest Fortune magazine with Hustler, Big Butt and Juggs. Because, just as I predicted, the business publication has given CAA a whore-worthy blow job.
A Hollywood Agency With Star Power [Fortune]