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"Jerry is still making movies that Don would have loved, but he's interested in doing other things," says Kathy Nelson, Bruckheimer's music consultant and supervisor since 1984. Indeed, Bruckheimer, who is surprisingly soft-spoken for a man whose movies are so loud, has begun working with more established directors such as Joel Schumacher and Ridley Scott. He has even thought of directing himself. But there's one thing about Bruckheimer that won't change. "My biggest thrill is when I sit in a theater and watch people laugh and cry and cheer," he says. "You start with a little idea and make it happen and watch it explode." Pearl Harbor may be loud enough to drown out the critics.
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