Tisch Honors Brian Grazer, Ron Howard, & Marcia Gay Harden

NYU's Tisch School of the Arts Gala honored five of Hollywood's elite—Brian Grazer, Ron Howard, Marcia Gay Harden, Sheila Nevins, and Diana King—Monday night in New York.

Grazer and Howard, who worked together on movies such as 'Angels & Demons' and 'The Da Vinci Code,' hope to translate "The Lost Symbol" to film. Howard told ET, "Dan Brown wouldn't let any of us read it until it was literally published, so we were out there that first weekend getting our copies along with everybody else."

Grazer stressed the importance of partnership and collaboration in his acclaimed career, saying, "Without collaboration, it's very difficult to build the narrative and storytelling and making films, it's essential to be able to collaborate with somebody." He continued, "You have to have respect for the other person...their work ethic, their taste, and everything that emanates from those areas and you have to have trust because there is criticism that's involved in the partnership, so we feel safe enough that we're able to sort of look at each other's work as objectively as we possibly can."

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