Top Ten Greatest Movie Producers of All Time
As famous has the movies he directed, Steven Spielberg inspired a generation of filmmakers, revolutionized an entire style, and, in the process, became a legend around the world.
. Want to learn how to make a proper blockbuster? Well, this guy practically invented the term. He has been nominated for eight Oscars, winning once.
Spielberg + Movie = Blockbuster
one of the best.. not better than stan lee..
In light of the recent sexual assault allegations being made against Mr. Weinstein, let me just say that if even 1% of them are true I think the man is a disgusting creep who should be expecting jail time for his actions. I, in now way, condone or excuse any actions of this variety and my heart goes out to anyone who has been, in any way, emotional or physically violated by this man.
Wait...so because we learned AFTER enjoying his movies, we found out he was a bad human being, now he shouldn't be rated so highly? What a stupid argument. If he was great at his job, he was great at his job. You can be a horrible person and be great...they're not mutually exclusive.
Over thirty Oscar winners have thanked Harvey Weinstein during their acceptance speeches. That's a lot when you consider that only seven Oscar winners have ever thanked God. His has been nominated twice for an Oscar and has won once.
Yeah, right. Be thankful this list is outdated, because Weinstein the sexual harasser isn't as great as you all thought he was.
She's been producing movies alongside Steven Spielberg and George Lucas for years and was recently appointed, by Lucas himself, as the new head honcho at Lucasfilm. She has been nominated for an impressive eight Oscars.
She was a good producer, now she is an annoying feminist who's ruining Star Wars. She's basically Hillary Clinton as a film producer.
He became the first to win an Oscar for Best Picture three times and has produced numerous Hollywood classics which include 'The African Queen' (1951), 'On the Waterfront' (1954), 'The Bridge on the River Kwai' (1957), and 'Lawrence of Arabia' (1962). He was nominated for four Oscars and won all but one of them.
My choice is John Ford, but he is not in your list? why? the greatest westerns movies producer of all time!
He was named the President of Production at 20th Century Fox when he was just 27 years of age. He is also one of the few people who have won an Oscar, Grammy, Emmy, and Tony Award, and the first producer to do so.
After co-founding Paramount Pictures and creating the now-iconic "Leo the Lion" logo for his own Goldwyn Pictures (it was later made the logo of Metro-Goldwyn-Meyer - which he actually wasn't a part of), Samuel Goldwyn produced the Best Picture Oscar-winning drama 'The Best Years of Our Lives' in 1946 and would go on to win two additional non-competitive Academy Awards.
While he is most famously known for his acting and directing, he was also a frequent film producer and produced many of the films he directed (the last movie he directed but didn't produce was in 1993). He has been nominated for four Oscars and has won twice.
Known for producing most of the films Ron Howard has directed, Brian Grazer's list of films have been nominated for a total of forty-three Oscars. He, himself, has won once for 'A Beautiful Mind' in 2002.
You can do better than this! I can fight with anyone on him! Gloves off from my side!
He has change Hollywood forever, the MCU is a force in Hollywood and everyone is trying to duplicate he work, that's a sign a greatness
The husband of Kathleen Kennedy and, along with Kennedy and Steven Spielberg, co-founder of Amblin Entertainment, he is known as the producer of a huge number of the highest grossing and most well-received movies in American film history. He has been nominated for five Oscars.
By far the best director, producer, and screenwriter I've ever seen
one of the best.. not better than stan lee
Wise produced the classics 'West Side Story' (1961) and 'The Sound of Music' (1965). He also served as president of the Directors Guild of America from 1971 to 1975 and acted as the president of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences from 1984 to 1987. That's quite a resume.