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      Gore Verbinski

      Gore Verbinski

      Highest Rated: 88% Rango (2011)

      Lowest Rated: 9% The Last Son (2021)

      Birthday: Mar 16, 1964

      Birthplace: Oak Ridge, Tennessee, USA

      Well-versed in crafting stylish, glossy images and particularly adept at creating suspense, film director Gore Verbinski made short films and worked on award-winning advertising campaigns - winning four Clio awards, one Cannes advertising Silver Lion, and created the Budweiser Frogs - before moving into film. While making a rather inauspicious debut with the family comedy "Mouse Hunt" (1997), Verbinski propelled himself into the upper echelon of film directors with "Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl" (2003), a wild and fun return to a genre Hollywood had long ago abandoned. Thanks to the swashbuckling derring-do and comically over-the-top turn from Johnny Depp as Captain Jack Sparrow, "Pirates" went on to earn over $650 million in worldwide box office, making it one of the highest-grossing films of all time and giving Verbinski the type of success most directors envy.

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      9% 56% The Last Son Producer - 2021
      42% 42% A Cure for Wellness Director,
      Producer
      $7.5M 2016
      52% 71% The Secret Life of Walter Mitty Executive Producer $58.2M 2013
      31% 51% The Lone Ranger Director,
      Producer
      $89.3M 2013
      88% 70% Rango Director,
      Producer
      - 2011
      44% 72% Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End Director $309.4M 2007
      53% 72% Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest Director $423.3M 2006
      59% 56% The Weather Man Director $12.5M 2005
      80% 86% Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl Director $305.4M 2003
      71% 48% The Ring Director $128.6M 2002
      54% 44% The Mexican Director $66.8M 2001
      42% 49% Mouse Hunt Director $61.8M 1997