- CD de audio
- Editor: Tantor Audio; Edición: , CD. (1 de mayo de 2010)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 1400116473
- ISBN-13: 978-1400116478
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The Men Who Would Be King: An Almost Epic Tale of Moguls, Movies, and a Company Called DreamWorks (Inglés) CD de audio – Audiolibro, CD, Versión íntegra
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"This rise and fall and clash of the titans account can be a thrilling ride." ---The Boston Globe
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Traces the story and influence of DreamWorks studio, sharing behind-the-scenes insights into the contributions of Steven Spielberg, David Geffen and Jeffrey Katzenberg while describing the financial deals and movie-making practices that transformed the industry. Simultaneous. Book Available.Ver Descripción del producto
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The book gives a very real understanding of three extremely successful men who decide to build a production company and I believe do just that, although given the end of the story, they expected different results - quickly.
Dreamworks SKG is awe inspiring and so very interesting for anyone wanting an understanding of Hollywood or what makes overachievers tick.
It doesn't delve too much into their earlier business lives and as such, made me search the kindle store for further information, although I found it sadly lacking. The one book I did find and would recommend with this book is "The Keys to the Kingdom" by Kim Masters.
A real page turner, don't start without few hours free!
Why, you get "DreamWorksSKG", the studio the three Hollywood titans put together in 1994. Nicole LaPorte's book is a well-written account of the men and their company - first private, then taken public in the early 2000's - and its impact on movies, music, and other entertainment media. But LaPorte writes about more than just the "Big Three"; she looks at Hollywood history and the development of..."development". That word - development - means a lot in reference to the entertainment industry. It encompasses "talent", "agents", and "producers" among others. LaPorte shows how deals are put together and how movies get made. She's detailed, but never boring.
If you're interested in the hows and whos of entertainment, LaPorte does a very good job at showing the inside out of the industry. Every page of her long book is interesting and makes for great reading.
Speilberg is treated as royalty and Geffen is some mystery guy who pulls magic strings but it doesnt go into that....and it makes Katzenberg look like a hard working guy but even though things dont always go his way...he still makes hundreds of millions....Hollywood...land of opportunity..got to love it...
Just read this and see.