27th American Cinematheque Award Benefit Gala honoring Jerry Bruckheimer, a set on Flickr.
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Mingle Media TV and Red Carpet Report host Traci Stumpf were invited to come out to cover the 27th American Cinematheque Award Benefit Gala honoring Jerry Bruckheimer who was toasted by friends and colleagues at The Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills. Bruce Willis presented the award to Jerry Bruckheimer with several pre-taped and in-person tributes from Justin Bartha, Cuba Gooding Jr., Wayne Gretzky, Armie Hammer, Marg Helgenberger, Sir Ben Kingsley, Dame Helen Mirren, Luc Robitaille, Jon Turteltaub, Jon Voight Diane Warren, Hans Zimmer, Eric Bana, Nicolas Cage, Tom Cruise, Johnny Depp, Martin Lawrence and Judge Reinhold.
About the Week Long Tribute
The American Cinematheque is also holding a mini-career retrospective of the work of Jerry Bruckheimer from December 13 – 16 at the Aero and Egyptian Theatres. Bruckheimer will appear in person with a double feature of THE ROCK and BAD BOYS on Saturday, December 14 at 7:30 PM. He will sign copies of his brand new book Jerry Bruckheimer: When Lightning Strikes – Four Decades of Filmmaking in the lobby of the Aero at 6:30 PM. The retrospective will also include a Tom Cruise double feature of TOP GUN and DAYS OF THUNDER in 70MM, ENEMY OF THE STATE, BLACK HAWK DOWN, THIEF and AMERICAN GIGOLO. A complete schedule can be found here: www.americancinemathequecalendar.com/content/lightning-st….
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About Jerry Bruckheimer
Jerry Bruckheimer has for 40 years produced films and television programs of distinction and quality, in the process becoming the most successful producer of all time in both mediums. Bruckheimer’s films have earned worldwide revenues of over $16 billion in box office, video and recording receipts. In the 2005-6 season he had a record-breaking 10 series on network television, a feat unprecedented in nearly 60 years of television history. His films (19 of which exceeded the $100 million mark in U.S. box office receipts, three of which are on the all-time top ten list and two of which surpassed a billion dollars in international box office) and television programs have been acknowledged with 41 Academy Award® nominations, six Oscars®, eight Grammy Award® nominations, five Grammys, 23 Golden Globe® nominations, four Golden Globes, 118 Emmy Award® nominations, 22 Emmys, 30 People’s Choice Awards nominations, 15 People’s Choice Awards, 12 BAFTA nominations, two BAFTA Awards, numerous MTV Awards, including one for Best Picture of the Decade for “Beverly Hills Cop” and 20 Teen Choice Awards.
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