Endeavor is restructuring WME and IMG’s film and scripted TV finance and sales groups to form a new division titled Endeavor Content, it announced Monday.The new division will bring together WME Global and IMG’s entertainment sales groups which have financed, packaged an/or sold more than 100 films and TV shows in the most recent year — that includes the films “Arrival,” “Hell or High Water,” “La La Land” and “Manchester by the Sea.” In TV, this includes “The Night Manager” and “The Young Pope.”Graham Taylor and Chris Rice will serve as co-presidents of Endeavor Content, and Endeavor Content partners Mark Ankner, Liesl Copland and Alexis Garcia will continue to lead the group’s advisory practice.
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