A lot of the assets of the movie were incorporated into that game. I mean, these games are hugely successful, and these kids are seeing them and accepting a visual style that then can be translated to movies'Speed' filmmakers help with video game May 08, 2008
They sit around all day when they're between takes sometimes playing games. And I think that's part of their inspiration'Speed' filmmakers help with video game May 08, 2008
The Tribeca Film Festival is a defining event in New York's entertainment culture, so it is an honor to have 'Speed Racer' chosen as the festival's closing night screening'Speed Racer' to close Tribeca Film Fest Apr 02, 2008
They are approaching these racing scenes in a way you've never seen beforeWachowski Bros. to do 'Speed Racer' Nov 01, 2006
They wanted to do something that could appeal to everybodyWachowski Bros. to do 'Speed Racer' Nov 01, 2006
Joel Silver (born July 14, 1952) is an American Hollywood film producer, director, co-creator of the sport of Ultimate, co-founder of Dark Castle Entertainment and owner of Silver Pictures.
Silver grew up in South Orange, New Jersey, the son of a writer and a public relations executive. He attended Columbia High School in Maplewood, New Jersey, where he is credited with inventing the sport of Ultimate Frisbee (now known as just "Ultimate"). In 1970, he entered Lafayette College, where he formed the first collegiate Ultimate team. He finished his undergraduate studies at the New York University's Tisch School of the Arts.
Silver began his career at Lawrence Gordon Productions, where he ultimately ascended to president of motion pictures for the company. He earned his first screen credit as the associate producer on The Warriors and, with Gordon, produced 48 Hrs., Streets of Fire and Brewster's Millions. In 1985, he formed Silver Pictures and produced hit action films such as Commando (1985), the Lethal Weapon franchise, the first two films of the Die Hard and The Matrix franchise of action films.