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Michael D. De Luca

Production Chief

New Line Cinema Corporation

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New Line Cinema Corporation

4000 Warner Blvd., Bldg. 76

Burbank, California,91522

United States

Company Description

New Line Cinema remains one of the most successful independent film companies after more than 40 years. Its mission is to produce innovative, popular, profitable entertainment in the best creative environment. A pioneer in franchise filmmaking, New Line produc...more

Background Information

Employment History

Production Chief

DreamWorks SKG Inc.


Innovation Productivity Center


The Guild

Board Member


NYU Film School

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Fright Night | chohoh portfolio

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founded Michael De Luca Productions in March of 2004. A former production chief for film companies such as DreamWorks and New Line Cinema, De Luca is focusing his production company on developing provocative specialized films with visionary filmmakers and pop culture, mainstream genre films with franchise potential. His projects as a producer for Columbia include the science-fiction adventure "Zathura," "Ghost Rider" and "21. Other projects include "The Love Guru" and "Brothers. Most recently, he produced "Drive Angry 3D" and "Priest. De Luca is currently in production on "Moneyball," starring Brad Pitt. Michael De Luca hired Bratman as a creative producer to help launch his Columbia Pictures-based production company, Michael De Luca Productions.

Freddy vs. Jason (2003) Retrospective | Friday the 13th: The Website

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In the months following the release of Jason Goes to Hell, New Line's Michael De Luca had actively pursued the prospect of featuring both Freddy and Jason together in a movie, but the main problem had been that they were unable to work up a satisfactory premise.
Unimpressed with Abernathy's concept proposal, De Luca would spend several years entertaining countless writers who would either focus too much on prior characters from either respective series or would disregard the mythologies all together. Having eventually passed on screenplays by Star Trek: The Next Generation writers Brannon Braga and Ronald D. Moore and special effects artist Rob Bottin, De Luca turned to a young writer called David Schow, who had performed uncredited rewrites on A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child and had scripted Leatherface: Texas Chainsaw Massacre III. But over the next two years New Line would undergo significant changes, with De Luca leaving the company and Freddy vs.

Jason X (2001) Retrospective | Friday the 13th: The Website

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But the concept held potential and Cunningham took their pitch to New Line's Michael De Luca, who had been a supporter of Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday and an ally for Cunningham.
Although insistent that it not be just another Friday the 13th movie, De Luca was also enthusiastic about the story and so gave his approval. During the making of Jason X there had been some significant developments at New Line; the studio were prepping the release of the first installment in their big budget trilogy The Lord of the Rings and De Luca, who had first approved of a new Friday the 13th movie, had since left the studio.

About Us

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While working for Sony Pictures and New Line Cinema, Elzer managed PR for such high profileexecutives including Sony's Amy Pascal and New Line's Michael DeLuca and Mark Ordesky, among countless others while also working on such hit films as all four Spider-Man(tm) movies, the James Bond adventures Skyfall, Casino Royale, and Quantum of Solace, as well as blockbusters including The Lord of the Rings, Austin Powers International Man of Mystery, The DaVinci Code, Angels & Demons, Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby, Hitch, Boogie Nights, District 9, Pineapple Express, Superbad, Step Brothers, Se7en, The Mask, Dumb & Dumber, Grown Ups, 50 First Dates, Men in Black(tm)2 and 3, Bad Boys II, Anger Management, Panic Room, Something's Gotta Give, The Smurfs, The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo, Moneyball, 21 Jumpstreet, and Michael Jackson's This Is It, among hundreds of others.

Michael De Luca

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Michael De Luca is best known for receiving a blowjob at age 32 from the sister of actor Cary Elwes and producer Cassian Elwes in front of guests (such as ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGER, EMMA THOMPSON, JOHN MALKOVICH and QUENTIN TARANTINO) at a pre-Oscar party thrown by then head of the William Morris motion picture division, Arnold Rifkin at his home in March, 1998.De Luca and the woman were escorted from the party by security guards. Mrs. Rifkin reportedly tossed out the chair in which Mike was sitting, saying that she would never ask her guests to sit in it again.De Luca received a stern reprimand from his bosses at New Line, Bob Shaye and Michael Lynne.At his surprise 32nd birthday party at Lucky Cheng's in New York, De Luca was photographed having a transvestite lick whipped cream off his bare chest for a photo spread in Creme & SuGar magazine. From Brooklyn, the brash De Luca developed such hits at New Line as "The Mask," "Dumb and Dumber," "Seven," "Boogie Nights," "Wag the Dog" and "The Wedding Singer." De Luca exudes a don't-give-a-damn attitude.He has a record of public fistfights and drunken driving.He prefers to wear denim and leather over suits and ties and enjoys riding a Harley. De Luca was fired by New Line in 2000.He was then hired by Dreamworks.Born in 1965, Mike grew up in the Canarsie area of Brooklyn.He dropped out of New York University as a senior and went to work at New Line as an intern at age 19.He moved from gofer to story editor to vice president to head of production.He earned over $300,000.Writers and directors love working with him."In a business that's filled with second-guessing, Mike has the courage of his convictions and that's why so many filmmakers want to work with him."Mike wrote two New Line movies: the sixth installment of the "Nightmare" series, and the John Carpenter-directed "In the Mouth of Madness."

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