Jerry Weintraub Set to Launch Second Memoir, 76 AND STILL RELEVANT
Jerry Weinthraub is set to launch his second book to his 2011 memoir, When I Stop Talking, You'll Know I'm Dead.
The renowned producer will title his second book, 76 and Still Relevant, which is set for release on his birthday, September 26.
Weintraub tells Hollywood Reporter, "It was so cathartic to write the first one, and I've got enough stories to tell for 90 years! There are stories I left out!"
He says he will not write about his wife and girlfriend in the new release.
Weintraub's producing credits include Nashville, Diner, Happy New Year, The Karate Kid, National Lampoon's Vegas Vacation, The Karate Kid (2010 film), and the 2001 remake of Ocean's Eleven. In addition to producing Ocean's 12 and Ocean's 13, he appeared in all the Ocean films. In Ocean's 11 he is seen at a table talking to Carl Reiner and is identified in audio commentary on the DVD edition.
Weintraub's first two films as a producer were Robert Altman's Nashville and Oh, God! starring George Burns and John Denver. On an April 7, 2010 appearance of the television show, The View, Weintraub struck a handshake deal with Whoopi Goldberg to play the next God in a future Oh, God! sequel, should a favorable script become available. Weintraub will produce a new adaptation of Tarzan for Warner Bros.