Randall Emmett

Prolific film producer Randall Emmett is best known for his work on the films "Narc" and "Wonderland." He attended the New Worlds School of the Arts in Miami and the School of Visual Arts in New York, where he worked as a production assistant on the Michael J. Fox film "The Hard Way." He produced numerous short films while attending school and began his professional career in 1995 on the feature "Eyes Beyond Seeing." Following "Narc," Emmett produced many projects including "Half Past Dead," "Wonderland" and "Edison." In 2006 he produced the films "16 Blocks" with Bruce Willis and "The Wicker Man." In 2008 Emmett produced "Day of the Dead," directed by Steve Miner and "Rambo," starring Sylvester Stallone. Emmett has worked with Al Pacino numerous times, producing both "Righteous Kill" and "88 Minutes." He has also collaborated with Nicolas Cage several times, on "The Wicker Man" in 2006 and "The Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans" in 2009.