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Creator / Marc Forster

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Marc Forster (born 30 November 1969) is German film director and screenwriter. While he had been making independent films since the mid-90s, his breakthrough came in 2001 with Monster's Ball. In that film, he directed Haille Berry in a performance that would win her the oscar for best actress in a lead role. He gain further success as the director of Finding Neverland.

He is the youngest person to date to direct a James Bond film (he was 38 when he started directing Quantum of Solace, beating the previous record holder Guy Hamilton who was 41 when he directed Goldfinger). He also directed World War Z which is currently Brad Pitt's highest grossing film and the highest grossing zombie film of all time.

His most recent work is Christopher Robin, a film about the title character from Winnie-the-Pooh who is now grown up and has lost his imagination.



Some tropes associated with Forster's work are"

  • Bittersweet Ending: A number of the films he worked on tend to have somewhat happy endings which are mixed with some sadness.
  • Genre Roulette: He initially gained attention with drama films but he has done work in other genres like thriller, action, fantasy and horror.
  • Growing Up Sucks: Finding Neverland and Christopher Robin both feature protagonists who aren't all that happy with their adult lives.

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