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Top Star Rain Joins WMA

2008/02/12 | 176 views | Permalink | Source

Singer and actor Rain is set to launch his career in the United States. He recently signed a contract with William Morris Agency in Hollywood.

Rain's management agency said it has decided to join hands with an internationally renowned agency WMA. The two agencies will hold a press conference at Lotte Hotel in Seoul.

The press conference will be attended by officials from WMA and Warner Brothers and formally announce Rain's activities in the United States, including the opening of 'Speed Racer', a film featuring Rain.

WMA boasts a 100-year-old history, helping legends like Elvis Presely and Marilyn Monroe rise to stardom. It has also discovered actors, writers and directors that eventually took part in hollywood blockbuster films like 'Spiderman 3', 'X-Men' and 'Kill Bill'. In addition, the agency took part in producing and distributing popular TV shows like '24', 'Lost' and 'American Idol'.

International stars like Jennifer Lopez, Janet Jackson, Alicia Keys and Eminem also belong to the WMA.

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