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“Magisterial. ... A must read for anyone who wants to work in Hollywood or just know how Hollywood works.”
   — The Hollywood Reporter

A New York Times bestseller, now updated with an afterword and exclusive new material

From the #1 bestselling author behind acclaimed oral histories of Saturday Night Live and ESPN comes "the most hotly anticipated book [in decades]" (Variety): James Andrew Miller''s irresistible insider chronicle of the modern entertainment industry, told through the epic story of Creative Artists Agency (CAA)—the ultimate power player that has represented the world''s biggest stars and shaped the landscape of film, television, comedy, music, and sports.

Started in 1975, when five bright and brash upstarts left creaky William Morris to form their own innovative talent agency, CAA would come to revolutionize Hollywood, representing everyone from Tom Cruise, Meryl Streep, Robert De Niro, and Steven Spielberg to Jennifer Lawrence, J.J. Abrams, Will Smith, and Brad Pitt. Over the next decades its tentacles would spread aggressively into sports, advertising, and digital media. Powerhouse is the fascinating, no-holds-barred saga of that ascent. Drawing on unprecedented and exclusive access to the men and women who built and battled with CAA—including co-founders Michael Ovitz and Ron Meyer and rivals like Ari Emanuel of William Morris Endeavor—as well as the stars themselves, Miller spins a unique and unforgettable tale of brilliance, ambition, betrayal, and outrageous success.

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Powerhouse delivers a chronicle of vaunting ambition, immense wealth and power, and personal betrayal all the more astonishing in a business ostensibly built on loyalty and trust… Even more impressive is Miller’s ability to get nearly everyone involved not only to talk but also go on the record.” -- New York Times Book Review

“Magisterial. ... One of the two most important books about the business of entertainment to come out in 2016. ... A must read for anyone who wants to work in Hollywood or just know how Hollywood works.” -- The Hollywood Reporter

“It’s dishy. It’s like People Magazine meets ‘The Godfather.’ It’s like nothing else. I ate it up.” -- New York Post

“Eminently readable and moves at a fast pace thanks to dozens of fascinating celebrity stories.” -- Mashable

“The year’s hottest Hollywood tell-all.” -- New York Daily News

“Probably the most hotly anticipated book since Julia Phillips’s tell-all YOU’LL NEVER EAT LUNCH IN THIS TOWN AGAIN dropped more than two decades ago.” -- Variety

“[F]un to read both for the boldface names - including agency founders Michael Ovitz and Ron Meyer, and clients like Magic Johnson and Ali MacGraw - and for a glimpse into a largely unseen world of cultural influencers.” -- The National Book Review

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NOW UPDATED WITH AN AFTERWORD AND EXCLUSIVE NEW MATERIAL

From the #1 bestselling author behind acclaimed oral histories of Saturday Night Live and ESPN comes “the most hotly anticipated book [in decades]” (Variety): James Andrew Miller’s irresistible insider chronicle of the modern entertainment industry, told through the epic story of Creative Artists Agency (CAA)—the ultimate power player that has represented the world’s biggest stars and shaped the landscape of film, television, comedy, music, and sports.

Started in 1975, when five bright and brash upstarts left creaky William Morris to form their own innovative talent agency, CAA would come to revolutionize Hollywood, representing everyone from Tom Cruise, Meryl Streep, Robert De Niro, and Steven Spielberg to Jennifer Lawrence, J.J. Abrams, Will Smith, and Brad Pitt. Over the next decades its tentacles would spread aggressively into sports, advertising, and digital media. Powerhouse is the fascinating, no-holds-barred saga of that ascent. Drawing on unprecedented and exclusive access to the men and women who built and battled with CAA—including co-founders Michael Ovitz and Ron Meyer and rivals like Ari Emanuel of William Morris Endeavor—as well as the stars themselves, Miller spins a unique and unforgettable tale of brilliance, ambition, betrayal, and outrageous success.

About the Author

JAMES ANDREW MILLER is an award-winning journalist and co-author of the #1 New York Times bestseller Those Guys Have All the Fun: Inside the World of ESPNLive from New York: The Complete, Uncensored History of Saturday Night Live as Told by Its Stars, Writers, and Guests, which spent four months on the New York Times bestseller list; and Running in Place: Inside the Senate, also a bestseller. He has written for The Washington Post, The New York Times, Vanity Fair, and many other publications. He is a graduate of Occidental College, Oxford University, and Harvard Business School, all with honors.

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Very interesting view of the power players in Hollywood!
Reviewed in the United States on September 16, 2016
This book covers the period from the time that the some of the CAA founders worked at William Morris, how CAA was created, how it functioned in it''s long heyday, and how it changed when the Young Turks took over after Ovitz left. If you''ve never seen the inside of the book... See more
This book covers the period from the time that the some of the CAA founders worked at William Morris, how CAA was created, how it functioned in it''s long heyday, and how it changed when the Young Turks took over after Ovitz left. If you''ve never seen the inside of the book or read any excerpts, it is not a narrative by the author; instead, it is a compilation of narratives by the founders of CAA, some of the agents, some actors, the Young Turks, and people on the periphery. If you don''t know at least who these people are, this book may be very confusing to read. It does provide an interesting insight into the mindset of agents, how they function, what the job entails, and the "it''s-good-to-be-King" philosophy of the major power brokers in Hollywood. Yes, they eat their young for breakfast in that town!

Since the narratives are provided by the individuals themselves, I found that there was a lot of back-patting, and "he was so nice", "everybody loved him" etc. etc. etc. That was not genuine and clouded some of the book for me. Come on...this is Hollywood. If you''re an agent, and a successful one, you would throw your mother off of a cliff or sell your firstborn to get the best client and/or deal. Having most of the people praise Ovitz when, in reality, he was to the right of Ghengis Khan, was feeble. But I suppose that most of the people in the book are still active in Hollywood so you never burn your bridges - especially in Tinseltown where the powers-that-be NEVER forget ANYTHING.

Comments on the Kindle edition: BAD, BAD, BAD.....in what world do booksellers think they can just copy/paste a hardcover into a Kindle versionn?? It doesn''t work. The formatting was terrible in many places; there were "bookmarks" already in the book - what''s that about? and....there are photos but 99% of the photos are on one page and captions are either on the page before the photo or after the photo. So if you want to know who''s-who in the photo to have to keep going back a page or forward to next page. Ugh!!! I find this is an issue with other Kindle versions of books and it astounds me that we can land a man on the moon but someone can''t spend the time to format a hardcover book into a reader-version.
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Cool Loon
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How the sausage is made.
Reviewed in the United States on December 27, 2016
It''s packed full of insider points of view. So it''s very interesting in that respect. However, that positive comes at the cost of a rather odd style - the author has assembled quotes from those involved so that if a particular issue is covered one gets the POV of maybe... See more
It''s packed full of insider points of view. So it''s very interesting in that respect. However, that positive comes at the cost of a rather odd style - the author has assembled quotes from those involved so that if a particular issue is covered one gets the POV of maybe 2-3-4 people involved in the event. And I assume these are pretty much verbatim quotes. Which is good if one is interested in hearing how the subjects talk, idioms, syntax, how they make a point - which is very useful -- but it''s not literature, it''s not a single voice narrative. So I found it a little emotionally rootless. It''s more of a reporting style. There are so many contributors. Though the author would orient the reader to the players and their hierarchy I kept forgetting who had done what and said what which was important in reading the subtext of their commentary. I was familiar with a number of the names so had a vague notion of what was going on at the time, but I really could get lost if I left the book a few days or weeks and tried to come back to it. But all this said, it''s a treasure trove of eye openers for anyone who has or aspires to have a big shot agent looking out for their career. It''s about how the sausage is made.
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IGNORE THE ONE-STARS -- GET THIS BOOK
Reviewed in the United States on May 3, 2017
If you like the "business" end of show business, this is the book for you. Miller is an excellent writer and Powerhouse is full of great stories, giving you a peek into the entertainment world and -- for me -- many reasons I''m glad not to be a part of it. The... See more
If you like the "business" end of show business, this is the book for you. Miller is an excellent writer and Powerhouse is full of great stories, giving you a peek into the entertainment world and -- for me -- many reasons I''m glad not to be a part of it. The creation, evolution, and growth pains of CAA are told through its many voices, the owners, the workers, and the clientele. Miller''s style is very different and may be jarring to some readers. I would advise getting used to it, as you are in for a fun ride here. All the complaints here on Amazon relate to his essentially quoting verbatim his interviews with the book''s characters. It''s really a massive interview, so one needs to settle down into that literary formula. You''ll hear about Hollywood''s glad-handling and backstabbing. I found myself laughing out loud at parts (an agent guarantees his client makes a flight to Paris by calling in a bomb threat to delay take-off. Stuff like that you can''t make up). Buy and enjoy!
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Kocese
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Not worth it
Reviewed in the United States on October 2, 2018
I don''t know why I punished myself through this, some of the interview comments are decent, but there is a lot of fluff and a lot of people talking that no one needs to hear. The book is about 300-350 pages too long, this one really needed to go through a vicious editing... See more
I don''t know why I punished myself through this, some of the interview comments are decent, but there is a lot of fluff and a lot of people talking that no one needs to hear. The book is about 300-350 pages too long, this one really needed to go through a vicious editing process. Kind of glad they kept the athlete reviews in there because when you read JJ Watt works only with "the best" companies and he lists Papa John''s (even before the scandal everyone has to realize the pizza is junk) and Tim Tebow talks about working with someone "that get''s him" you realize yeah...they really are just guys that spend their lives playing with balls.
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Rick Spell
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Best Business Story Ever?
Reviewed in the United States on October 8, 2016
I followed closely the ascent of Mike Ovitz with fascination and still consider him an incredible businessman. The one I''d most like to have lunch with. But around 1995 when the Young Turks took over I only followed passively followed although was by the I.M Pei building... See more
I followed closely the ascent of Mike Ovitz with fascination and still consider him an incredible businessman. The one I''d most like to have lunch with. But around 1995 when the Young Turks took over I only followed passively followed although was by the I.M Pei building constantly as I stay at the Peninsula Hotel next door. I was aware they had moved and had recently acquired a sports agency we used to own. So my interest was/is high.

This is just such a fascinating story completely told by the players involved. Their candor is stunning. To hear first hand accounts of Ovitz going in to depression is so counter to his persona. Ronnie Meyers didn''t receive enough publicity and he comes across as the real hero of the story.

Now, this is a little long as it covers from 1975 to current with the first iteration of CAA, the Young Turk period and now new owners and sports. That''s 40 years! But be prepared for one of the best business stories with drama and emotion told by the participants.

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Greg Thompson
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Deftly Weaves a Narrative from Interviews with all the Power Players
Reviewed in the United States on July 16, 2018
This book is a long but intriguing read - it tells the story of the powerful talent agency through the words of the myriad of actors (using that word in the loosest sense) who had a role in its ride to the top of the Hollywood heap. The book is written as a series of... See more
This book is a long but intriguing read - it tells the story of the powerful talent agency through the words of the myriad of actors (using that word in the loosest sense) who had a role in its ride to the top of the Hollywood heap. The book is written as a series of comments / interviews with the agents, creative talent and other people who were engaged with CAA in some way - either as founders and partners, employees, actors, directors and producers, competitors, investors and the like. It is then woven into a fairly chronological history of the firm from its founding in 1975 through the Ovitz years until the mid 1990’s and then on to the years of the young Turks through 2010 and finally its more more corporate evolution as TPG has invested in the business.

I am not an entertainment industry insider but was interested in better understanding how Hollywood works and this book explains how (principally) Michael Ovitz and others left secure positions at William Morris and proceeded to transform the way Hollywood economics work. Ovitz is obviously a central figure and it was fascinating to better understand the Machiavellian ploys he masterminded to advance his (personal / professional?) cause. Partnerships are inherently different beasts to public companies and his talent in building a collaborative culture within this structure undoubtedly was a core component of the success of the firm both during his tenure and afterwards. However, his penchant for secrecy and failure to recognize his own shortcomings, which were assets in building CAA, were surely liabilities in his post-agent life.

It was interesting to read different people’s take on the same event - perception clearly overrides reality when dealing with the neverending array of people issues that is at the core of an agency business. The author does not insert himself into the narrative but rather lets the people speak for themselves and the reader can interpret it as they wish. The book is stronger for this approach.

At a higher level, I found the book to be a cautionary tale of any partnership and how to plan for and manage succession. Likewise, diversification can make for either a stronger or weaker business - it''s all in the execution. The industry is clearly going through some seismic shifts as technology changes the game - it will be interesting to see how CAA and its competitors navigate these changes in the coming years.
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ricky1818
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Would''ve been better without the cheerleader comments
Reviewed in the United States on January 6, 2017
Miller has done a superb job of synthesizing 500 unique voices to tell the story of CAA. My editorial comment is that the book would have benefited from less cheerleading by those who are still at the agency and therefore obligated to display their loyalty. These... See more
Miller has done a superb job of synthesizing 500 unique voices to tell the story of CAA. My editorial comment is that the book would have benefited from less cheerleading by those who are still at the agency and therefore obligated to display their loyalty. These whitewashed, less-than-truthful comments ("CAA is the best!") stand out from the more honest and salient ones. They diminish the book''s credibility and importance.
For those of us who knew the era and its players first-hand -- and for those readers who are coming to the material with no direct experience of CAA -- we can easily sniff out the self-serving comments from the ones that are genuine. It would''ve been a more streamlined read (does the story really need to be told in 700 pages?) if Miller had been a bit more selective in the editing process.
Still and all, it''s a compelling look into the inner sanctum.
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Steven Sly
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Interesting Look Into the CAA world
Reviewed in the United States on October 7, 2016
The reason I chose to read this is due to having really enjoyed the books on ESPN and SNL. This one was definitely a dryer subject matter for me, and I can’t say that I enjoyed it as much as the other books. That is not to say that the book is not very well done, as it is... See more
The reason I chose to read this is due to having really enjoyed the books on ESPN and SNL. This one was definitely a dryer subject matter for me, and I can’t say that I enjoyed it as much as the other books. That is not to say that the book is not very well done, as it is of the same general quality of the other books. The advantage the other books had for me was being more familiar with the subject matter. I found the CAA story sometime hard to keep track of just who was who in the book, especially in the 2nd half. There were times where it really dragged for me. On a positive note, it was certainly an interesting look into a world totally alien to me. The bottom line for me is that I did enjoy reading it, but nearly as much as the two other books.
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Andrew Johnston
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Detailed and well researched - warts and all!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on July 14, 2021
I have to admit from the outset that the enetrtainment industry and those who have shaped it and monetarised it has always fascinated me. I often wonder if within such stories there are nuggets of information that can be used and explited for personal gain. I should add I''m...See more
I have to admit from the outset that the enetrtainment industry and those who have shaped it and monetarised it has always fascinated me. I often wonder if within such stories there are nuggets of information that can be used and explited for personal gain. I should add I''m an actor and anyhting that can set you apart and get you noticed is always a very welcome thing. This book doesn''t shy away form telling the story of one of the most powerful agencies in the world. It tells it through the words of those who were there, who made it the biggest and most respected agency in the world but it also reveals the negative aspects of success and achieving an unenviable position within the world of showbiz. I loved it, and would highly recommend it.
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Andy Reynolds
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You should read this book if working in any entertainment industry.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 2, 2017
You should read this book if you are considering working, or are working, in any entertainment industry. Not only does the book tell a story of building a successful entertainment services business, it also explains how the ‘new’ content business works, and how brands,...See more
You should read this book if you are considering working, or are working, in any entertainment industry. Not only does the book tell a story of building a successful entertainment services business, it also explains how the ‘new’ content business works, and how brands, creators, content and investment, work together to create today’s hot trends and global blockbusters. Highly recommended.
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Nick R
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Boring, self congratulatory...
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 20, 2020
Was looking forward to this. But it''s a boring, self congratulatory series of interviews. Stopped reading it after 2 days (and I read a lot of these type of books).
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Erik Rasmussen
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Great Subject, bogged down in detail
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 26, 2017
The level of information and reporting in this book is incredible, but left me feeling like I was buried in details as I read. I loved learning about CAA and was amazed at how influential they were considering I knew so little about them, but I would have preferred a bigger...See more
The level of information and reporting in this book is incredible, but left me feeling like I was buried in details as I read. I loved learning about CAA and was amazed at how influential they were considering I knew so little about them, but I would have preferred a bigger picture narrative with less of the minutiae.
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