US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin Has A Decent List Of Hollywood Executive Producer Credits

By on May 18, 2017 in ArticlesEntertainment

Steven Mnuchin, the former Goldman Sachs banker turned United States Treasury Secretary under Donald Trump, actually had another, more popular job before his current one. In 2013, he embarked on a career in Hollywood production when his company Dune Entertainment joined forces with Brett Ratner's RatPac Entertainment, to form RatPac-Dune Entertainment (one can safely assume that Ratner came up with the name). Through this company, Mnuchin racked up a surprising number of executive producer credits on some very well-known films. And in Rules Don't Apply, Warren Beatty's long-awaited return to the director's chair in 2016, Mnuchin took a more hands-on approach, snagging a credit as a producer on the film, and even appearing in it as an actor.

He played a Merrill Lynch executive in Rules Don't Apply, so it wasn't exactly a stretch for his talents. But if you look at the full list of films his name is under on IMDb (including a couple that haven't even come out yet), it is pretty impressive:

6 Below (executive producer)
The LEGO NINJAGO Movie (executive producer)
King Arthur: Legend of the Sword (executive producer)
The Disaster Artist (executive producer)
Fist Fight (executive producer)
The LEGO Batman Movie (executive producer)
Collateral Beauty (executive producer)
Rules Don't Apply (producer)
The Accountant (executive producer)
The Midnight Man (executive producer)
Storks (executive producer)
Sully (executive producer)
Suicide Squad (executive producer)
The Legend of Tarzan (executive producer)
Central Intelligence (executive producer)
Lights Out (executive producer)
The Conjuring 2 (executive producer)
Keanu (executive producer)
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (executive producer)
Midnight Special (executive producer)
How to Be Single (executive producer)
In the Heart of the Sea (executive producer)
Pan (executive producer)
The Intern (executive producer)
Our Brand Is Crisis (executive producer)
Black Mass (executive producer)
The Man from U.N.C.L.E. (executive producer)
Vacation (executive producer)
Entourage (executive producer)
Mad Max: Fury Road (executive producer)
Get Hard (executive producer)
Run All Night (executive producer)
American Sniper (executive producer)
Inherent Vice (executive producer)
Annabelle (executive producer)
This Is Where I Leave You (executive producer)
Edge of Tomorrow (executive producer)
Winter's Tale (executive producer)
The Lego Movie (executive producer)

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As you can see, it's a good mix of popular family films, respected auteur-driven art house films, and even at least one new cult classic in The Man from U.N.C.L.E. And if you're worried about how Ratpac-Dune is carrying on with Mnuchin working in DC, don't, because they have a healthy upcoming slate of films as well – they just won't have Mnuchin's name on them.
Articles Written by Joseph Gibson
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