Breaking News: It's just hours before Rosh HaShanah, or, as the talent agents in Hollywood call it, Rusha Home-ah.
The town is evacutated, with most folks headed home early or not even coming in.
But not at ICM, where that Ron Howard deal we announced earlier this week - you know, the sale of "Frost / Nixon" to Universal Pictures - is just wrapping up.
The fastidiousness of playwright Peter Morgan' agents appears to have paid off: We hear the final pricetag on acquiring the rights and hiring Morgan to adapt the play? Well over $1 million.
Now that's what we call a sweet New Year.