Dwight H. Little


Dwight H. Little was born in Cleveland, Ohio, United States on January 13th, 1956 and is the Director. At the age of 68, Dwight H. Little biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

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Dwight Hubbard Little
Date of Birth
January 13, 1956
United States
Place of Birth
Cleveland, Ohio, United States
68 years old
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Film Director, Film Producer, Screenwriter, Television Director
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Dwight H. Little Life

Dwight Hubbard Little (born January 13, 1956 in Cleveland, Ohio) is an American film and television producer best known for directing films Marked for Death, Rapid Fire, Free Willy 2: Michael Myers' Return to Life, Stephen Myers' Return to Life.

In addition, he has produced several episodes of acclaimed television series such as 24, Prison Break, Dollhouse, Bones, and Nikita.


Dwight H. Little Career


When producer Sandy Howard begged him to shoot more material for the Triumphs of a Man Called Horse, Dwight Little got his first break in film history. In order to be able to sell it oversees, Howard wanted the film to be longer. Howard asked Howard to make him an action film for the video market when Little was finished. For a budget of 300,000 dollars, Little made KGB: The Unknown War. Little edited a show-reel that attracted the interest of several members of the Hunt-Hill family from Texas, who wanted him to make an action film from that film. This is getting better. According to Little, the film was based on everything the family members owned: helicopters, a ranch, and a Learjet. Nico Mastorakis had then asked Little to direct the action adventure film Bloodstone in India.

Michael Myers' first attempt at directing a union film was on Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers. Little refused the treatment suggested by John Carpenter and Debra Hill, as well as Pitcher Moustapha Akkad's pitch for what became Halloween 4. Steven Seagal asked Little to direct his next film, which was impossible to Kill. However, Warner (Warner) vetoed Seagal's choice of director and went for Bruce Malmuth instead. For producer Menahem Golan's Phantom of the Opera, little was accomplished. Little was offered Halloween 5: Michael Myers' Revenge, but it was turned down. He was worried that he would be trapped in the horror story. When Steven Seagal asked Little to direct Marked for Death, Little had a chance to make another action film. The film was a modest success, and Little got the opportunity to appear in Rapid Fire for the same studio (Fox), which was an effort to launch Brandon Lee's career as an in-house action actor for Fox.

When reading an essay about how the Navy had a term for losing a nuclear missile, Little understood Broken Arrow. At Fox, he pitched it. Graham Yost, a writer, was hired by the studio to write a script for Little, with Little being directing. However, Little was still editing Free Willy 2: The Adventure Home when the script was finished early and Fox wanted to begin filming. At Warner, he decided to finish Free Willy 2 at Warner. Fox asked John Woo to direct Broken Arrow, while still giving praise to Little an executive producer. Woo's film, according to Little, is bares no resemblance to what he imagined. "I wanted to do a Tom Clancy thriller (...). It was much easier for John Woo. John Travolta took it over the top of the charts. The film was tongue-in-cheek and campy. But you can't blame him because it cost a lot of money."

Little had the opportunity to direct Murder at 1600, a conspiracy thriller starring Wesley Snipes and Diane Lane, because Warner was thrilled with how Free Willy 2 came out. The studio had promised Little that Murder would open in January 1997, but Clint Eastwood's Absolute Power will open in April of the same year. In December 1996, Murder's first test screening was held at 1600. The reaction was encouraging. According to Little, someone from Eastwood's production firm Malpaso learned of Murder's excellent test screening at 1600 and told Eastwood about it. Little: "I'm not positive Clint was aware of our film, but he (...) went to Bob Daly and Terry Semel, Warner Brothers' chiefs, and asked that Absolute Power be released first." He's a savvy guy. He does not want to be second in another White House drama. So we get a call that our movie was postponed to April. It was so sad. Any review said: We looked like the copycat... Just like last month's Absolute Power...

With the true crime drama Last Rampage: Gary Tison by University of Arizona Political Science Professor James W. Clarke, Little returned to filmmaking for the first time in almost two decades. The film chronicles events that occurred in 1978, when convicted murderer Gary Tison, played by Robert Patrick, escaped from prison with the help of his three sons. Heather Graham plays his wife and Bruce Davison as the manhunt's boss. Little got the book from his stepson, actor Jason James Richter. Variety praised "the no-frills' effectiveness" and "the brisk and suspenseful story" in its last Rampage. The film's "grim and hopelessly despondent" was "incredibly sad," Rex Reed of The Observer said, but it was nevertheless effective." Little himself called it "the most sincere" of his films.