Bruce Willis and Arnold Rifkin co-founded Cheyenne Enterprises LLC in 2000, focusing on film and television production. Since its inception, the company has become a prolific producing entity, with such films as "Hostage," "The Whole Ten Yards," "Tears of the Sun," "The Crocodile Hunter," "Hart's War" and "Bandits" to its credit.
In 2006, Cheyenne released the New Regency/Fox romantic comedy "Just My Luck," starring Lindsay Lohan and directed by Donald Petrie, and the action film "16 Blocks," starring Willis and Mos Def and directed by Richard Donner, for Warner Bros./Millennium Films.
In television, Cheyenne produced the critically acclaimed series "Touching Evil" for the USA Network and is currently in production for Lifetime Television/Lion’s Gate TV on the vampire pilot "Scarlett." Prior to his work as a producer with Cheyenne, Rifkin was the president of the William Morris Agency.
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