The film industry is driven by the technological and the commercial institutions. Hollywood is the oldest film industry in the world and is the largest in terms of box office gross. Some film producers have earned international recognition in the film industry. Among the most renowned producers is Michael Bay. The producer has earned a name by coming with successful films regardless of whether they are high budget of low. Together with Brad Fuller and Andrew Form, Bay has gone ahead to form a successful movie empire. Transformers, Texas chainsaw massacre and the purge are some of the most successful movies that the producers are known for. One of the recent projects of the three partners if the film ‘The teenage mutant ninja turtles’ which launched in 2014. After the releases in 2014, the three film producers worked on various sequels such as Ouija, purge, and reboot of Friday the 13th.
Tim Bevan and Eric Fellner are the other international producers. The duo have made a name for themselves by making original and captivating films for the past 30 years. Some of their internationally acclaimed films include my beautiful launderette of 1985 and the 2012 les miserable’s. The duo also produced Hail, Caesar, the little mermaid and Bridget Jones baby which gave them more recognition. According to Fellner, the key to success is hard work and resilience. Jason Blum is the other renowned producer. In the year 2000, the producer moved from New York to L.A. The producer says the change brought him some of the worst experiences in his career. The paranormal activity film in 2007 brought the producer back to limelight. The moved earned $193 million even though it was made on a small budget. the purge, insidious and the sinister are some of the other films attributed to the producer. Blum who struck a ten-year deal in 2014 with universal produced the Oscar best picture nominee Whiplash. He was also involved in the much talked about HBO documentary the Jinx. However, the producer says scary movies are at the core of his production house the Blumhouse.
Jerry Bruckheimer, 71, has been among the most successful and prolific producers in Holly wood for the past 20 years. To complement his movie empire, Jerry is also involved in TV production. The producer who started his career by partnering with the late Don Simpson has endured several setbacks. The severing of the producers long-term deal with the Disney company is among his most recent setbacks. This was due to the disappointments of the 2010’s Prince of Persia and the 2013’s The Lone Ranger. The producer however argues he is the one who pulled out.