Richard Donner

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Richard Donner is a veteran director of films, including Superman, The Goonies and the Lethal Weapon movies

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On this New Year's edition of The Business, we thought we'd revisit one of our most memorable conversations from last year.

Revisiting Richard Donner and 'Superman'

On this New Year's edition of The Business, we thought we'd revisit one of our most memorable conversations from last year.

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Earlier this month, to mark the opening of Zack Snyder's Batman v Superman, Stephen Galloway at the Hollywood Reporter talked to filmmaker Richard Donner about the crazy backstory…

Richard Donner's 'Superman'

Earlier this month, to mark the opening of Zack Snyder's Batman v Superman, Stephen Galloway at the Hollywood Reporter talked to filmmaker Richard Donner about the crazy backstory…

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