Gimel Everett

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Gimel Everett
Occupation Producer, Writer

Gimel Everett was an American producer specializing in the science-fiction and horror genres. Her films The Lawnmower Man and Virtuosity (1995) feature groundbreaking computer animation and visual effects.

The Lawnmower Man is considered the first, seminal film to feature "Virtual Reality" as a cautionary tale becoming the number one commercially successful independent film of 1992, budgeted at just under $6 million and eventually earning over $150 million worldwide.

Virtuosity became the first major film to feature nanotechnology set in a cyberpunk based future casting Russell Crowe and Denzel Washington together a full 12 years before they would again co-star and many Oscar nominations later in a 2007 project (American Gangster).



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