(Producer) is one of the most successful producers in the motion
picture industry today, with the combined gross of his films at
$2.8 billion. With 1998's release of "Lethal Weapon 4,"
13 of Silver's films have each earned worldwide box-office totals
of more than $100 million.
Silver began his career at Lawrence Gordon Productions, eventually
becoming president of motion pictures. He associate produced "The
Warriors" and, with Gordon, produced "48 HRS.,"
"Streets of Fire" and "Brewster's Millions."
Silver's first independent production under his Silver Pictures
banner was "Commando," followed by "Jumpin' Jack
Flash" and "Predator." Silver then produced (with
Richard Donner) "Lethal Weapon," "Lethal Weapon
2," "Lethal Weapon 3" and "Lethal Weapon 4"
(all directed by Donner), as well as "Die Hard," "Die
Hard 2: Die Harder," "The Last Boy Scout," "Demolition
Man," "Richie Rich" and "Conspiracy Theory"
(with Donner, who also directed). Silver also executive produced,
with Richard Donner, Robert Zemeckis, David Giler and Walter Hill,
two "Tales From the Crypt" films: "Demon Knight"
and "Bordello of Blood."
Silver most recently announced the creation of a new company,
Dark Castle Entertainment, in partnership with Robert Zemeckis,
through which they have begun production on "The House on
Haunted Hill," a remake of the William Castle horror classic
directed by William Malone and starring Geoffrey Rush.
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