Veteran film producer, Jerry Weintraub ('The Karate Kid'; 'Ocean's Eleven'), was honored in Hollywood on Tuesday night by some of the biggest names in the business and ET has the video.
Weintraub's life has been chronicled in the HBO documentary 'His Way,' airing April 4, and some of Weintraub's friends (Matt Damon, Bruce Willis and Sylvester Stallone amongst others) stopped by for the movie's Hollywood premiere.
Damon starred in one of Weintraub's most notable flicks, 'Ocean's Eleven,' and Weintraub joked that he may have rubbed off on the actor.
"He does a better impression of me than I do of myself," Weintraub told us. "He's great at it."
Weintraub has cemented himself as a master of persuasion and Bruce Willis joked that no one could escape his charm, saying, "Jerry tried to make a five picture deal with the Vatican a few years back."
When asked about the accuracy of the documentary Weintraub proclaimed, "It's all true... I didn't lie about anything and I didn't hurt anybody in the film except myself, so, yeah, that's okay."
Click the video to hear Matt Damon's story of the pranks pulled on Weintraub while filming the 'Ocean's' movies. 'His Way' premieres on HBO Monday, April 4.