Right around then, I got a job as a law clerk at Warner Bros. and decided that every day I'd meet a new person in the movie or television business. Neisloss (the daughter of Barnet Beryl Dov Neisloss and Ida Zimerman).Barnet was born in Dvinsk, Daugavpils, Latvia, the son of Louis Neisloss and Julia Yudasher. A movie has to get good reviews, high grosses — it has to beat expectations. Sometimes I bring interesting stories, and this helps to unlock people. On this week’s episode, Imagine Entertainment’s Brian Grazer and Ron Howard discussed their latest TV projects — how they come up with their ideas, what inspires them, and why they’re enjoying the boom in television.
The Academy-Award winning Grazer—whose James Brown Biopic, “Get On Up” premieres tomorrow—is one of Hollywood’s mega-producers with movie credits that include “Rush,” “A Beautiful Mind,” and “The Da Vinci Code,” and TV hits like “Arrested Development,” “24” and “Friday Night Lights.” It’s no surprise that he’s got more #selfies with stars than he knows what to do with.I felt my value as a person becoming bigger just having spent time with this man. I'd like to come meet your boss" — I never started out talking to the boss — "and I promise you that I do not want a job." Everybody said yes. Then, once I had produced the film Splash, I said, "Now I'm going to meet everybody outside of show business." 1. And that was the moment I decided to start doing curiosity conversations. Not necessarily that day, but I learned that if I kept going and pushing and researching — whether it was Mel Brooks or Warren Beatty — they'd eventually relent and give me the 10 minutes that I could turn into an hour. Think of every meeting as the best date the person you're talking to will ever have. There’s that one Oscar party with Robert De Niro and Don Rickles; and of course the pajama party with Quincy Jones.Lucky for us, he decided to share some of these magic moments with us for a little #tbt fun.