‘Geezer Teasers’ Pay: How Robert De Niro, Al Pacino and Bruce Willis Made Millions For a Few Days on Set

A detailed, damned exhibit in LA time revealed a pattern of unethical and improper behavior by longtime Hollywood producer Randall Emmett. This section features dozens of interviews with Emmett collaborators, employees, and associates, and highlights his shady financial history and allegations that he paid for silence. of people he abused by means of non-disclosure agreements.

Emmett, 51, is known for producing countless films, some of which have won critical acclaim (Martin Scorsese’s Silent and Irish, Werner Herzog’s Bad Lieutenant: Port Calls New Orleans), as well as numerous live-action video films featuring talented American stars such as Bruce Willis, Sylvester Stallone, and Robert De Niro. He has reached a new level of fame in Hollywood after co-producing Peter Berg’s Lonely Survivor in 2013, proved to be a critical and commercial success.

The LA Times The feature also includes allegations that Emmett abused women, including his handling of his ex-fiancée Lala Kent after she took his phone and he exchanged sex for took the acting job on at least one occasion (Emmett spokeswoman Sallie Hofmeister denied the allegations). Emmett also apparently tried to get Kent to sign an NDA soon after they started dating, but Vanderpump’s Rule the star said she declined.

Several former Emmett employees are interviewed on file for the piece, with one alleging that she went to the producer’s house to run errands and found him sitting there naked, and another another said he was transporting drugs on behalf of his boss. Emmett employees are also required to pay for everything with their own money, although “a person close to Emmett” told Times that both personal and corporate expenses have been reimbursed.

“Randall is so different from just being a mean boss. He made people do dangerous things – and illegal things,” former assistant Martin G’blae told. Times. “You have to be his punching bag – and his mule.”

Additionally, the story details how his Emmett/Furla Oasis production company makes a lot of money, revolving around paying exorbitant fees to aging A-listers for similar jobs. minimum to use their appearance in a film to sell it in foreign markets. Many of these films feature Bruce Willis, who recently quit his job after being diagnosed with aphasia, which can make it difficult to understand language and speech. Follow other people LA Times articles by writers similar to Emmett’s work, Willis’ cognitive decline is a known problem in certain circles of the film industry, and one of the incidents cited in That story takes place on the set of Emmett.

An image in the story sheds light on the contracts these big stars have signed. Willis earns $1.5 million in just four working days Hard Kill, and the contract stipulates that someone will be paid more than $4,000 a week to give the actor his lines through a headset. Robert De Niro was paid 11 million dollars for a role in the movie Savage’s Salvation where his total production time would be just eight days and his family would have an all-inclusive vacation at a Ritz-Carlton hotel in Puerto Rico. The American Traitor: The Trial of Axis Sally, as well as “return private jet travel”.

The story also includes a humorous quote from an email Pacino sent to Emmett while filming Sally Axis. That movie starred Meadow Williams in the lead role after she invested $9 million to make it. Pacino thought Williams’ notes during post-production had hurt the project and suggested they add an extra day of shooting.

“Let’s do this Randall. I’m not after person A or person B. I’m looking for something between C and B,” Pacino wrote. “I don’t like Dr. And, as long as you stick with what you know about filmmaking and Michael too, I’m sure we’ll get a B-. And that’s good enough for me, if it’s good enough for you. “

Follow Time, Emmett and Emmett/Furla Oasis are facing “nearly a dozen lawsuits” from different parties totaling “more than $25 million in unpaid and disputed payments.”

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Russell Falcon

Russell Falcon is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Russell Falcon joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing russellfalcon@ustimespost.com.

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