Original article published by The Los Angeles Times April 23, 2005
The same story was run by Newsday under the title: "Can Disney produce a deal?"
The Los Angeles Times - April 28, 2005
One issue Disney and Bruckheimer must agree on his the profits from DVD sales; however, he is one of the highest paid producers already. Although most of his films have done amazing financially, 'Pearl Harbor' and '"King Arthur' didn't do as well as planned.Originally Posted by The Los Angeles Times
So both sides appear to want to make this relationship continue. How you feel about it? Are the films worth the high costs of Jerry Bruckheimer? Is the risk too high with some recent mishaps with films or should they be overlooked?Originally Posted by The Los Angeles Times