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Brest's next film, ''[[Meet Joe Black]]'' (1998), starring [[Brad Pitt]] and [[Anthony Hopkins]], was a remake of 1934's ''[[Death Takes a Holiday]]''. The film received mixed reviews and had a disappointing American box office return of $44,619,100, though it fared much better overseas, taking in an additional $98,321,000 for a worldwide total of $142,940,100.{{Citation needed}}
 
Most recently, Brest wrote and directed ''[[Gigli]]'' (2003), starring [[Ben Affleck]] and [[Jennifer Lopez]]. During filming, production company [[Revolution Studios]] took creative control from him, resulting in a radically revised and re-shot version of the original film being released. It became one of the most notorious films of its time, with a scathing critical reception (several critics called it [[List of films considered the worst|one of the worst movies of all time]])<ref>{{cite web|url=http://articles.latimes.com/2003/aug/07/business/fi-revolution7|title=A Battle-Scarred Revolution|first1=Michael|last1=Cieply|first2=Claudia|last2=Eller|date=7 August 2003|publisher=LA Times}}</ref> and [[Box office bomb|disastrous box office performance]]. He has not directed another film since ''Gigli''.<ref>{{citeCitation web|url=http://www.herearethedailies.com/2012/01/06/where-are-you-martin-brest/|title=Feature // Where are you Martin Brest?|publisher=Here Are the Dailiesneeded}}</ref>
 
In 2009, his New York University student film, ''[[Hot Dogs for Gauguin]]'', was one of 25 films chosen by the [[National Film Registry]] of the Library of Congress to "be preserved as cultural, artistic and/or historical treasures".<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.loc.gov/today/pr/2009/09-250.html|title=Michael Jackson, the Muppets and Early Cinema Tapped for Preservation in 2009 Library of Congress National Film Registry|publisher=}}</ref>
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