Movie director of such blockbuster movies while 300, Watchmen, and Guy of Metal. He 1st became known for his focus on the 2004 remake of the favorite horror film Dawn from the Deceased. He started his career like a cinematographer for BMW and Nike advertisements. He co-founded the creation organization Cruel and Uncommon Movies in 2004. He wedded his second wife, Deborah Snyder, in 2004. Along with his 1st wife, Denise Snyder, he previously four children, after that he continued to possess two even more with Deborah. He aimed and created the 2011 film Sucker Punch, which starred Vanessa Hudgens.
Movies Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Justice League, Man of Steel, Watchmen, Sucker Punch, 300, Dawn of the Dead, Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole, Wonder Woman, Justice League Part Two, 300: Rise of an Empire, The Lost Tape: Andy's Terrifying Last Days Revealed
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Has eight children. Four from his marriage to Denise Weber, Two from his relationship with Kirsten Elin and two that he adopted with his current wife Deborah.
Most of his films are released in March.
Widely considered to be one of the most polarizing directors of his generation.
In an interview with IGN, he named Star Wars (1977), A Clockwork Orange (1971) and Robocop (1987) as three of his favorite movies.
He was considered to direct Green Lantern (2011).
Was considered to direct X-Men: The Last Stand (2006).
In 2001 Zack meet Joshua Henry Jones and became good friends.
He is a very big fan of the Superman series Smallville (2001) and has included references to it in his Superman film Man of Steel (2013).
Was 37 years old when he directed his first feature length film.
He has two children with line producer Kirsten Elin.
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[on presenting his male protagonists with superhuman physiques] I have always been influenced by the fantasy art of Frank Frazetta and obsessed with the potential of humanity's physicality.
[promoting Watchmen (2009) and before he was hired for Man of Steel (2013)] In this world, if Superman really existed, he'd grab all the world leaders together in a room and say, 'Behave or I'll kill you.'
[For me] Superman is this adopted son, this immigrant story, this guy trying to find his place in the world. What's his purpose, what is he supposed to do, how is he supposed to be?
[on the Superman character] All the movies I've made, I've made with a slight bit of irony. Not even a slight bit. A fair amount. But the ironic part of [ 'Man of Steel'] is that it's not ironic. You know what I mean? No tongue in cheek, no winking at the camera, no apologies. It's Superman. He deserves that. In my mind, we really had to act as if no films had been made. It's like we just found this comic book lying on the ground under a bed, and we were like, This would be a cool movie.
[on Man of Steel (2013)] I think it's drawing on all mythology; comic book, religion, ancient, philosophical.
It's difficult to find a movie that feels true to itself. You feel the hand of Hollywood, the moviemaking by committee, on everything.
Use of pop music and covers of famous songs (Dawn Of The Dead, Watchmen, Sucker Punch)
Many of his films are Comic Book adaptations
Use of slightly darker, toned down colors
Often works with cinematographer Larry Fong
His movies often have stunning visual effects with frequent use of slow motion.
Films generally deal with the tragic nature of heroism.
Movies have very high body counts, sometimes accompanied with widespread metropolitan destruction (Watchmen, Man of Steel). '300' alone has an estimated body count of 585.
Slow motion shots of a fist punching a cheek
Often speeds-up and slows-down motion during action sequences (300 (2006), Watchmen (2009)).
Flamboyant visual style using a combination of dynamic compositions, highly-saturated color schemes and visual effects.