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Jerry Bruckheimerguest in this episode of hollywood reporter‘S Exchange of prizes podcaster, as a film and television producer, is one of the more compelling and, to some extent, divisive figures in Hollywood — and has been for decades.

guard wrote, “For the mildly sensitive, he is the embodiment of the devil who helped destroy the movies and is the architect of our cultural stupidity; but to those in Hollywood’s counting room, he’s a man with his finger stuck in the collective clitoris of moviegoers. He is money.” Real, dissipated called him “the most successful producer in history,” Diversity filed that he was “the only man in the business today to become known as a producer,” and The New York Times says he’s “possibly the most influential producer today.”

And with credits including the following films – to say nothing of his many hits on TV – it’s hard to argue: dance flashmod (1983), Beverly Hills Police (1984), Top Guns (1986), bad boy (1995), Rock (1996), Apocalypse (1998), Pearl Harbor (2000), Black Hawk (2001), the But the pirate of the Caribbean and National treasures franchise and most recently its sequel after 36 years in the making, one of the first films since the COVID outbreak to bring people of all ages back to cinemas in large numbers, Top Gun: Mavericksix months after its release, still playing in theaters, is the highest-grossing film of 2022 to date (with nearly $1.5 billion gross at the worldwide box office), having received critically acclaimed (96% on Rotten Tomatoes) and will most likely earn Bruckheimer his first Oscar nomination, in the best picture category.

During our conversation at his office in Santa Monica, the 79-year-old and I discussed how advertising got him into production; his roller coaster partnership, from 1982 to 1995, on “high concept” films with Don Simpsoncouple The New York Times was called “the leading manufacturer of the 1980s” and LA time described as “the kings of commercial cinema,” making films with “substantive style and audiences leaving theaters buzzing with excitement”; what led him to bet, while others did not, on directors like Paul Schrader, Michael Mann and Michael Bayand on the stars included Johnny Depp, Nicolas’ cage and Tom Cruise; plus much more.

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