Rayni and Branden Williams spent months lining up a director, cast and crew for their “lifestyle film.”
The plot line: A husband takes off for a business trip in his Corvette, leaving his wife to invite friends to hang out in their wine room, gym, massage space, movie theater and infinity-edge pool overlooking the city.
But the actors are only a supporting cast to the real star — the $33-million house at 9133 Oriole Way, a modernist mansion with 12,530 square feet of sun-drenched living space nestled in the hills near neighbors such as Keanu Reeves and Leonardo DiCaprio.
And the Williamses are not movie producers; they’re real estate agents. They spent more than $40,000 on the production, just one example of the outlandish lengths today’s high-end agents are willing to go to in pursuit of that big commission. For the Oriole house, the Williamses’ cut could exceed $1 million.