Richard Donner trained Hollywood stars
LOS ANGELES (EFE) – Hollywood celebrities such as Steven Spielberg and Sylvester Stallone and studios such as Warner Bros. fired American filmmaker Richard Donner, who has died at the age of 91.
With titles such as “Superman” (1978), “The Goonies” (1985) and “Lethal Weapon” (1987), the director modernized the film franchise format that is still in the film mecca with brands such as Marvel, DC Comics and attains victory. star wars
“He had such a powerful command of his films and was gifted to many genres. Being with him was like hanging out with your favorite coach, smartest teacher, most furious motivator, dearest friend, most staunch collaborator and, of course, the best goonie of all,” Spielberg said, referring to “The Goons.” (1985), the tape in which they worked together. Furthermore, Zack Snyder, the director who is currently successful with the DC Comics franchise, highlighted Donner’s influence with a message that said ” Thank you, you made me believe” and an image of the first Superman movie poster.
Mel Gibson, who rose to fame from “Lethal Weapon”, recalled that Donner was his mentor: “He was generous of heart and soul, generously distributed to all who knew him… I will remember him, with all his wit and wit”.
For his part, Stallone, star of “Assassins” (1995), described the filmmaker as “extremely talented and with a sense of humour.”
Warner Bros. Studios also paid tribute to her, with Donner producing the first installment of the Superman saga in 1978, which began a long list of DC Comics starring superhero movies that still exist today, such as “Wonder Woman” and “Justice”. Continuing with examples. league.”
“Rest in peace, great director Richard Donner,” the study wrote.