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Who would you regard as the best producer ever?

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For me J.J Abrams takes it. Does anyone remember the TV series Lost? Unlike most of my friends that couldn't get past it's first season, I watched it for the entire 6 seasons and this is the first time I came across his work.

I just came across information that he is involved in the production of Mission Impossible: 6 and I simply can't wait for the premier!
 
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I think I have to agree with you on this one. Lost was an incredible series and he's done a great job with the Star Wars, Star Trek, and Mission Impossible films he's been a part of.
 
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I have to say that JJ is my favorite as well. He took the reins and never looked back. He did my favorite Star Trek, Star Wars and I also liked the Lost. Who doesn't like Cruze in the MI series at the direction of JJ?
 
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JJ is without doubt, an icon and he's such an epitome of simplicity and humility, by all means. I had no idea that he was involved in Star Wars; he simply has gone to places others haven't dared to gone. I can't wait for MI6!
 
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I can imagine the kind of void that would come up, if the likes of JJ retired. Do we have upcoming producers and directors whose work we should start paying keen attention to? People regarded Lost to be a boring TV series but I'm glad I'm not the only one who loved it.
 

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J.J. Abrams is definitely very very good, but I absolutely love Christopher Nolan and everything he's ever done, so he's my top. JJ right behind him, though.
 
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Abrams is great but I would have to go with Nolan. I loved the way he did the Batman Trilogy. He took it from comic stats to reality status. It kept my attention which is saying a lot for that sort of genre'.
 
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