Gore Verbinski Reveals Jerry Bruckheimer's Opening Night Ritual

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Gore Verbinski Reveals Jerry Bruckheimer's Opening Night Ritual

by Wochit 0:36 mins

Gore Verbinski Reveals Jerry Bruckheimer's Opening Night Ritual

by Wochit 0:36 mins

Jerry Bruckheimer has a tradition: On the opening night of one of his movies, he heads to Mr Chow for dinner. He also invites the cast and crew and, because Bruckheimer is a man who makes blockbusters, it's always a sprawling affair. "Jerry makes a speech," recalls Gore Verbinski, who directed the first three Pirates of the Caribbean films for Bruckheimer. "He usually says things like, 'We've done the work, we've fought the fight, now it's in the hands of the gods, but they can't take away what we achieved.' It's a celebration of the work."

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