‘Turn First Artists.’
Should anyone be on the hunt for the name of the company behind Pop stars Rita Ora & Iggy Azalea into household names, they need no look further than the name above…Turn First Artists, the brainchild of entertainment power player Sarah Stennett.
Now, after building the celebrity platform Ora will eventually use to push her music, the company have worked their magic on Hollywood executives this year, securing meetings with “movie big wigs” as the first part in their plan to turn the 24 year old into a silver screen sensation.
In 1979, brothers Bob and Harvey Weinstein founded ‘Miramax Films’, the entertainment company behind Madonna‘s ‘Truth or Dare‘, Quentin Tarantino‘s ‘Reservoir Dogs’, John Madden‘s ‘Shakespeare in Love‘ and Robert Iscove‘s ‘She’s All That.’
In 2014, Harvey Weinstein has set his sights on Rita, vowing to turn her into one of Hollywood’s most bankable actresses after calling her his “biggest discovery this year.”
This, leading the star to take a trip to Los Angeles this week to continue talks with the movie maker, arriving at LAX with a close friend hours ago.
I will work with Rita again and again and again. Personally, I thinks she’s my biggest discovery as an actress this year.
Next year, the singer will star in the film adaptation of the E.L. James classic ‘Fifty Shades of Grey‘ and reportedly signed on to co-star in a project just as big alongside “one of the biggest names in the business” this year.
Is there any stopping this chart-slaying Pop superstar?