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      Michael De Luca

      Michael De Luca

      Highest Rated: 96% The Social Network (2010)

      Lowest Rated: 8% The Bachelor (1999)

      Birthday: Aug 13, 1965

      Birthplace: Brooklyn, New York, USA

      Michael De Luca was an American movie producer and screenwriter whose most notable productions were the Academy Award-nominated films "The Social Network" (2010), "Moneyball" (2011), and "Captain Phillips" (2013). De Luca was born on August 13, 1965 and raised in Brooklyn, New York. Instead of pursuing his degree first, De Luca dived right into showbiz in 1986 as a writer. Just a few years after his start in the film industry, he acted as the associate producer of the horror film sequel "Leatherface: Texas Chainsaw Massacre III" (1990). He continued to work on other horror-themed productions such of "Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare" (1991), as both screenwriter and executive producer. As the years progressed, De Luca climbed the ranks of the industry, particularly at New Line Cinema. He was eventually named the company's president of production, with blockbuster films such as "Boogie Nights" (1997) and "Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me" (1999) released under his watch. Afterwards, De Luca became president of production at DreamWorks, from 2001 until his contract expired in 2004. Sony approached him to start his own production company called Michael De Luca Productions, with the Nicolas Cage-led comic flick "Ghost Rider" (2007) as the company's first release. Beginning in 2010, De Luca was the producer of several films that were recognized by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. De Luca received his first Best Picture Oscar nomination and Golden Globe Award as the producer of "The Social Network" (2010), a fact-based film that told the story of the founding of the social media giant Facebook. The next year, he received another Best Picture nomination for "Moneyball" (2011) which starred Brad Pitt as Oakland Athletics manager Billy Beane. He was nominated once again for "Captain Phillips" (2013), which was based on the Maersk Alabama hijacking near Somalia and starred Academy Award-winning actor Tom Hanks. By the time that film was nominated, De Luca had moved into a new position as President of Production at Columbia Pictures.

      Filmography

      Movies

      Credit
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Flint Strong Producer - 2023
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Cowboy Ninja Viking Producer - 2022
      36% 37% Reminiscence Producer $3.9M 2021
      63% 94% 12 Mighty Orphans Producer $3.7M 2021
      23% 69% The Kitchen Producer $12.2M 2019
      59% 57% Under the Silver Lake Producer $35.3K 2018
      87% 69% The Sisters Brothers Producer $3.1M 2018
      11% 37% Fifty Shades Freed Producer $100.4M 2018
      11% 48% Fifty Shades Darker Producer $114.4M 2017
      24% 41% Fifty Shades of Grey Producer $166.1M 2015
      25% 58% Dracula Untold Producer $55.9M 2014
      93% 89% Captain Phillips Producer $107.1M 2013
      34% 44% Butter Producer $70.9K 2011
      18% 31% Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance Producer $51.8M 2011
      22% 39% The Sitter Producer $30.5M 2011
      94% 86% Moneyball Producer $75.6M 2011
      15% 46% Priest Producer $29.1M 2011
      47% 37% Drive Angry Producer $10.7M 2011
      72% 59% Fright Night Producer $18.3M 2011
      96% 87% The Social Network Producer $96.9M 2010
      64% 62% Brothers Producer $28.5M 2009
      13% 33% The Love Guru Producer $32.2M 2008
      36% 66% 21 Producer $81.2M 2008
      27% 47% Ghost Rider Producer $115.8M 2007
      76% 51% Zathura Producer $28.0M 2005
      25% 78% John Q Executive Producer $71.0M 2002
      No Score Yet 69% Highway Executive Producer - 2001
      54% 67% Storytelling Executive Producer $912.4K 2001
      36% 86% I Am Sam Executive Producer $40.3M 2001
      47% 88% Life as a House Executive Producer $15.6M 2001
      51% 74% Rush Hour 2 Executive Producer $226.1M 2001
      92% 93% Hedwig and the Angry Inch Executive Producer $3.0M 2001
      13% 14% Town & Country Executive Producer $6.7M 2001
      55% 87% Blow Executive Producer $53.1M 2001
      83% 80% Thirteen Days Executive Producer $34.6M 2000
      8% 22% Lost Souls Executive Producer $16.8M 2000
      83% 89% Magnolia Executive Producer $22.5M 1999
      8% 28% The Bachelor Executive Producer $21.7M 1999
      11% 27% Body Shots Executive Producer $700.0K 1999
      49% 82% Detroit Rock City Executive Producer $4.2M 1999
      53% 71% Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me Executive Producer $206.0M 1999
      86% 79% Pleasantville Executive Producer $40.6M 1998
      83% 96% American History X Co-Executive Producer $6.7M 1998
      27% 24% Lost in Space Executive Producer $69.1M 1998
      75% 85% Dark City Executive Producer $14.3M 1998
      86% 76% Wag the Dog Executive Producer $43.0M 1997
      15% 67% B.A.P.S Executive Producer $7.2M 1997
      68% 70% The Long Kiss Goodnight Executive Producer $33.4M 1996
      39% 51% Last Man Standing Executive Producer $18.1M 1996
      58% 73% In the Mouth of Madness Writer $8.9M 1995
      80% 68% The Mask Executive Producer $119.9M 1994
      23% 32% Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare Screenwriter,
      Executive Producer
      $34.0M 1991

      TV

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      27% 76% American Rust Executive Producer 2021
      100% 84% The Baby-Sitters Club Executive Producer 2020-2021
      No Score Yet No Score Yet The Interestings Executive Producer 2016
      66% 80% Mob City Executive Producer 2013