Gore Verbinski


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Gore Verbinski är en regissör, producent, manusförfattare och skådespelare. Han föddes i Oak Ridge, Tennessee, USA den 16 mars 1964. Han är känd för bland annat Pirates of the Caribbean: Död mans kista (2006), Pirates of the Caribbean: Svarta Pärlans förbannelse (2003), Pirates of the Caribbean: Vid världens ände (2007), The Lone Ranger (2013) och The Ring (2002).

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Gore Verbinski

Född 1964-03-16 (59 år sedan) i Oak Ridge, Tennessee, USA.

Utmärkelse Gala År Prisad för
BAFTA Award for Best Animated Film (Rango) 65th British Academy Film Awards 2012 Rango
Annie Award for Writing in a Feature Production (Rango) 39th Annie Awards 2011 Rango
Academy Award for Best Animated Feature Film (Rango) 84th Academy Awards 2011 Rango
Nominerad för utmärkelser
Utmärkelse Gala År Nominerad för
Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Director (The Lone Ranger) 34th Golden Raspberry Awards 2013 The Lone Ranger
BAFTA Award for Best Animated Film (Rango) 65th British Academy Film Awards 2012 Rango
PGA Producer of the Year Award in Animated Theatrical Motion Pictures (Rango) Producers Guild of America Awards 2011 2012 Rango
Annie Award for Writing in a Feature Production (Rango) 39th Annie Awards 2011 Rango
Academy Award for Best Animated Feature Film (Rango) 84th Academy Awards 2011 Rango
Hugo Award for Best Dramatic Presentation, Long Form (Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl) 2004 Hugo Awards 2004 Pirates of the Caribbean: Svarta Pärlans förbannelse
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Clayton Verbinski(Gifta) Gifta

Anton Verbinski, Ivan Verbinski


Laurette Verbinski, Victor Verbinski


Janine Verbinski, Steven Verbinski, Claire Verbinski, Diane Verbinski

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Gregor "Gore" Verbinski is an American film director and writer, best known for directing the first three Pirates of the Caribbean films and The Ring.

Verbinski was born the third of five children to Vic and Laurette Verbinski in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. His siblings are Janine, Claire, Diane and Steven. His father was of Polish descent and worked as a nuclear physicist at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. In 1967 the Verbinski family moved to Southern California, where a young Gregor grew up in the town of La Jolla.

Gregor was an active Boy Scout and surfed regularly. He went to Torrey Pines Elementary, Muirlands Junior High, and La Jolla High School before attending UCLA Film School. Verbinski graduated with his BFA in Film from UCLA in 1987.

Verbinski was active in several L.A. rock bands early in his career. His first band was Thelonius Monster, which included drummer Danny Heifetz. He also played in the Daredevils, Bulldozer, The Drivers, and the all-star band The Cylon Boys Choir.

He was also in a band called The Little Kings, which backed Stiv Bators on his version of "Have Love Will Travel". Along with a cover of the Moody Blues song "The Story in Your Eyes" (by other musicians), the song was released by Bators in the Fall of 1986 as a 12-inch single on Bomp! (catalogue #12136) and was later included in Bators' compilation album L.A. L.A. On the compilation album's liner notes, label owner Greg Shaw described the band as "an adequate but rootless Hollywood glam-damaged band with tattoos".

His first films were a series of 8 mm films called "The Driver Files" circa 1979, when he was a young teen. Although most associate Verbinski with feature films, he started his career directing music videos for bands like Bad Religion, NOFX, 24-7 Spyz and Monster Magnet working at Palomar Pictures. This was not surprising to his friends in Los Angeles, since he had been in various punk and rock bands; the Daredevils, for instance, included then-departed member of Bad Religion Brett Gurewitz.

Verbinski moved from music videos to commercials, where he worked for many brand names including Nike, Coca-Cola, Canon, Skittles and United Airlines. One of his most famous commercials was for Budweiser, featuring frogs who croak the brand name. For his efforts in commercials, Verbinski won four Clio Awards and one Cannes Advertising Silver Lion.

After completing a short film, The Ritual (which he both wrote and directed), Verbinski made his feature film directing debut with his comedy flick, Mouse Hunt. The film was a hit globally and he soon followed up the success with the action/comedy The Mexican, starring Julia Roberts and Brad Pitt. The film received mixed reviews, and performed modestly at the box-office, earning $68 million domestically which was quite meager considering its star power (it was technically successful due to its moderately low $38 million budget). Verbinski followed it up with the horror film remake The Ring (2002), which struck gold globally, grossing well over $200 million worldwide. Verbinski also had a directorial hand in The Time Machine that year, temporarily taking over for an exhausted Simon Wells. Verbinski directed some of the underground Morlock sequences and is given a Thanks to credit in the film.

He then directed the very successful Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl which earned over $600 million at the international box office.

His next film was The Weather Man which starred Nicolas Cage. The film received mixed to positive reviews but was a box office failure.

In March 2005 he started filming the sequels Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest and Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End. The former then became his biggest success so far, becoming the third film ever to gross over $1 billion at the international box office.

His future project will be an adaption of William Monahan's novel Light House: A Trifle, which is a story about an artist running away from the Mafia who hides in a lighthouse, in which kooky characters live. He will also direct Butterfly, about a man trying to drive his wife insane.

Verbinski was also set to direct a film for Universal based on the video game, BioShock.  However he has since been replaced by Juan Carlos Fresnadillo as director, but he will still produce. Verbinski announced in July the film had an R-rating, formerly was planned with an PG-13 rating. It has also been announced that he direct a remake of the film Clue, based on the board game.

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