Robert Schwentke

Robert Schwentke

Highest Rated: 83% The Captain (2017)

Lowest Rated: 11% The Divergent Series: Allegiant (2016)

Birthday: Feb 15, 1968

Birthplace: Stuttgart, Germany

Director Robert Schwentke honed his craft in German cinema before making the move to Hollywood where he found success adapting various best-selling novels, comic books and young adult stories for the big screen. A graduate of the American Film Institute, Schwentke first attracted attention with the German-language thriller "Tattoo" (2002), and after following it up with the autobiographical "The Family Jewels" (2003), made his first foray into the English-language market with the Jodie Foster-starring mystery "Flightplan" (2005). Schwentke continued to establish a reputation as one of Europe's most talented young auteurs with films based on Audrey Niffenegger's romantic best-seller The Time Traveler's Wife and Warren Ellis & Cully Hamner's graphic novel, RED. And although a misfiring adaptation of Dark Horse comic R.I.P.D. received a scathing critical response, Schwentke quickly got his career back on track when he was hired to helm two installments of the "Divergent" franchise.




No Score Yet No Score Yet Snake Eyes Director - 2021
83% 82% The Captain Director,
$108.6K 2017
11% 41% The Divergent Series: Allegiant Director $66.2M 2016
28% 58% The Divergent Series: Insurgent Director $130.1M 2015
13% 38% R.I.P.D. Director $33.6M 2013
72% 72% Red Director $90.4M 2010
39% 59% The Time Traveler's Wife Director $63.4M 2009
37% 48% Flightplan Director $89.7M 2005
68% 59% Tattoo Director,
- 2002
No Score Yet No Score Yet Scene of the Crime: Iconoclasm Writer - 1998
No Score Yet No Score Yet Scene of the Crime: Three Monkeys Writer - 1993


No Score Yet 89% Lie to Me Director 2009


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