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Aaron Seltzer

Aaron Seltzer

Date of Birth January 12, 1974
Age 48 years, 0 months, 26 days
Place of Birth Canada
Country Canada
Profession Director
Horoscope Capricorn

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Aaron Seltzer Biography

Aaron Seltzer is a famous Director, who was born on January 12, 1974 in Canada. Writer and director of parody films like Date Movie, Epic Movie, and Meet the Spartans with co-writer and director Jason Friedberg. According to Astrologers, Aaron Seltzer's zodiac sign is Capricorn.

Jason Friedberg (born October 13, 1971) and Aaron Seltzer (born January 12, 1974) are an American-Canadian film director and screenwriter team known for making parody movies that have received extremely unfavorable reviews, but have generally done well at the box office. They have written/directed films such as Spy Hard, Date Movie, Disaster Movie and Vampires Suck.

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Friedberg and Seltzer then spent some years as screenwriters for hire, with Seltzer estimating the duo sold “upward of 40 scripts”. The only finished project was an uncredited rewrite to the Jean-Claude Van Damme film Maximum Risk (1996), while an unproduced Liberace biopic (unrelated to Behind The Candelabra) introduced them to future collaborator and producer Peter Safran. In 1998, Safran managed to sell to Dimension Pictures a horror film spoof spec script of Friedberg and Seltzer’s named Scream If You Know What I Did Last Halloween. Shawn Wayans and Marlon Wayans, with Buddy Johnson and Phil Beauman, developed a similar project and, thanks to a WGA decision, all six writers were credited on what became Scary Movie, despite Friedberg and Seltzer not actually working on the final script. The film was a sleeper hit in 2000, and brought much attention to Friedberg and Seltzer.

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While writing screenplays at night, both spent the day attending jobs to pay their tuition, selling homemade T-shirts, starting their own food delivery service, and opening shoe shops in Los Angeles. When Rick Friedberg made the comic instruction video Bad Golf Made Easier with Leslie Nielsen, he showed his son’s script for a spy film spoof to him. Nielsen approved, and this led into 1996’s Spy Hard.

Aaron Seltzer Net Worth

Aaron Seltzer is one of the richest Director & listed on most popular Director. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Aaron Seltzer net worth is approximately $20 Million.

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Net Worth$20 Million
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Source of IncomeDirector
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He rose to prominence in 2000 after penning the script for the hit spoof comedy Scary Movie.

While writing screenplays at night, both spent the day attending jobs to pay their tuition, selling homemade T-shirts, starting their own food delivery service, and opening shoe shops in Los Angeles. When Rick Friedberg made the comic instruction video Bad Golf Made Easier with Leslie Nielsen, he showed his son’s script for a spy film spoof to him. Nielsen approved, and this led into 1996’s Spy Hard.

Their career of spoof filmmaking began when Friedberg’s father showed Leslie Nielsen a script his son had written to parody spy films, which resulted in 1996’s Spy Hard. Thereafter, the duo worked as freelance screenwriters, selling dozens of scripts though all but one of them never went into production. They then penned the script that became 2000’s Scary Movie, though they were then credited as two of the film’s six writers as their draft underwent revisions by four other authors. Frustrated that most of their work went unproduced, Friedberg and Seltzer chose to direct films based on their own scripts rather than sell them to other directors or producers from 2006’s Date Movie onward.

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His films have proven financially successful in spite of extremely negative reviews, with Date Movie grossing over $84 million.

Tired of unmade projects as screenwriters, and with Regency Enterprises unable to find a director for their romantic comedy spoof, Seltzer and Friedberg opted to direct Date Movie (2006) themselves. Date Movie opened with $12.1 million and earned $48.9 million overall. Moving forward, they would direct their own scripts, leading to a long tract of parody films, spoofing major blockbusters. Disaster Movie opened with $5.8 million and earned $14.2 million total in the United States. Vampires Suck, which opened on a Wednesday, earned an estimated $19.7 million in its first five days.

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Interviews with the duo are rare, but in an exclusive 2014 interview with the publication Grantland, their background was discussed: Seltzer is part of a Canadian shoe salesmen family from Mississauga, Ontario, and Friedberg, who was born in Newark, New Jersey, was raised in Paterson, New Jersey and is the son of director Rick Friedberg. Seltzer and Friedberg met at the University of California, Santa Barbara and bonded over their love of film, especially comedy. Both are Jewish. They did not attend film school, with Seltzer majoring in art history and Friedberg in history, but decided to try a career in the film industry after attending a class about Martin Scorsese in their last semester.

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Ranked on the list of most popular Director. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in Canada. Aaron Seltzer celebrates birthday on January 12 of every year.

The critical reception of Friedberg and Seltzer’s films has been extremely negative. Common criticisms of their work include being heavily reliant on pop culture references, fading trends, product placement, scatological gags, cheap titillation, casual violence and offensive stereotypes for their humor and mistaking plagiarism for parody. Disaster Movie and Meet the Spartans were rated the two worst films of 2008 by The Times. Additionally, every film they have directed has made it into Rotten Tomatoes’ “Worst of the Worst” for the 2000s, only one scoring a spot outside of the bottom 25. The pair appears more often than any other person on the fan-voted list of “The 50 Worst Movies Ever” in noted British film magazine Empire; almost all of their films appear with a rank, and all are mentioned in the full review text.

Friedberg and Seltzer announced their intention to release Who the F#@K Took My Daughter?, a parody of Taken. On February 8, 2017, it was reported they were developing a parody of Star Wars titled Star Worlds Episode XXXIVE=MC2: The Force Awakens The Last Jedi Who Went Rogue. Filming was set for Fall 2017, but no news has emerged since.

Critic Josh Levin of Slate Stated That: “Isn’t it massive consumer fraud to charge $10.50 for a barely hour-long movie? Perhaps, but it would’ve been unforgivable to make Meet the Spartans any longer than an hour. This was the worst movie I’ve ever seen, so bad that I hesitate to label it a “movie” and thus reflect shame upon the entire medium of film. Friedberg and Seltzer do not practice the same craft as P.T. Anderson, David Cronenberg, Michael Bay, Kevin Costner, The Zucker brothers, the Wayans Brothers, Uwe Boll, any dad who takes shaky home movies on a camping trip, or a bear who turns on a video camera by accident while trying to eat it. They are not filmmakers. They are evildoers, charlatans, symbols of Western civilization’s decline under the weight of too many pop culture references”. Josh Rosenblatt of The Austin Chronicle said that “There’s no nice way to say this, so I’ll just say it: Writer/directors Friedberg and Seltzer are a scourge. They’re a plague on our cinematic landscape, a national shame, a danger to our culture, a typhoon-sized natural disaster disguised as a filmmaking team, a Hollywood monster wreaking havoc on the minds of America’s youth and setting civilization back thousands of years.” Austin critic and animator Korey Coleman, of and Double Toasted, has claimed that he is “bothered” by the duo’s films, as he believes they are dumbing down the film industry and popular culture in general, And Saying: “Yes, we all know that a lot of movies put aside the more artistic aspects of film making to solely make a profit; we’re not naive. But, the films that these two directors make are so blatant at being nothing more than a juvenile finger pointing at an image or mention of a popular trend that, to me, they seem exploitive of a young culture raised to have an ever-decreasing attention span, thanks to the internet and channel surfing and, this may sound a little crazy, but, I think it shows a slight de-evolution in what people will accept as entertainment”.

You may as well lump them all together, because they all bleed together in cinematic hell: the “parody” efforts of Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer, which include Date Movie, Epic Movie, Disaster Movie, Meet the Spartans, Vampires Suck. They’re sad, limp affairs that have all but single-handedly reduced the “spoof movie” from parody to mere quotation: From Napoleon Dynamite to Borat to the “Leave Britney alone!” guy, no payoff delights these comic geniuses more than cutting away to the flavor of the month, presumably causing the audience to roar with laughter, smack themselves on the forehead, and exclaim, “Hot damn, how the hell’d the Kardashians end up in thar? Hyuck, hyuck!” Their most recent efforts, the Hunger Games parody The Starving Games and the Hangover riff Best Night Ever, both sunk without a trace, meaning the jig might finally be up for these two rip-off artists.

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