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Adrian Grünberg is a Director and Scriptwriter American born on 14 march 1975

Adrian Grünberg

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Nationality USA
Birth 14 march 1975 (45 years)

Adrian Grunberg est un réalisateur et scénariste américain. Il est connu pour être le réalisateur et coscénariste du film Kill the Gringo avec Mel Gibson en 2012 et le réalisateur de Rambo: Last Blood en 2019.

Biography

Adrian Grunberg commence sa carrière dans les années 1990 comme assistant réalisateur de plusieurs films mexicains. Il travaille ensuite aux États-Unis, comme second assistant réalisateur sur le film Men with Guns de John Sayles sorti en 1997. Il collabore ensuite avec des réalisateurs de renom, comme Álex de la Iglesia, Alejandro González Iñárritu, Steven Soderbergh, Peter Weir ou encore Tony Scott.

En 2006, il est le premier assistant de Mel Gibson sur Apocalypto. Quelques années plus tard, les deux hommes coécrivent Kill the Gringo, qui est le premier long métrage d'Adrian Grunberg, sorti en 2012. Si le film ne connait pas un immense succès commercial et sort principalement en vidéo, il reçoit globalement de bonnes critiques, notamment 81 % d'opinions favorables sur l'agrégateur américain Rotten Tomatoes.

En août 2018, il est annoncé comme réalisateur de Rambo 5 avec Sylvester Stallone.

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Filmography of Adrian Grünberg (2 films)

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Rambo: Last Blood, 1h29
Directed by Adrian Grünberg, Adrian Grünberg
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Thriller, Action
Actors Sylvester Stallone, Paz Vega, Adriana Barraza, Yvette Monreal, Joaquín Cosío, Louis Mandylor
Rating61% 3.054153.054153.054153.054153.05415
Onze ans après les évènements en Birmanie, John Rambo vit dans l'ancien ranch de son père à Bowie, dans le comté de Cochise dans l'Arizona. Il gère les lieux avec sa vieille amie Maria Beltran et sa petite-fille, Gabrielle. Cette dernière se rend au Mexique, pensant y rencontrer son père biologique, mais elle est kidnappée par un Cartel de la drogue mexicain. Rambo va alors tenter de la sauver.
Get the Gringo, 1h36
Directed by Adrian Grünberg, Adrian Grünberg
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Thriller, Action, Crime
Themes Prison films, Children's films
Actors Mel Gibson, Daniel Giménez Cacho, Peter Stormare, Dolores Heredia, Dean Norris, Bob Gunton
Rating69% 3.497433.497433.497433.497433.49743
The film opens with a getaway driver (Mel Gibson) and a wounded accomplice dressed as clowns fleeing from American police toward the Mexican border. The driver crashes through the border fence, whereupon he is arrested by corrupt Mexican police officers Vasquez (Mario Zaragoza) and Romero (Gerardo Teracena). When they find over $2 million in the car, they incarcerate him in El Pueblito prison under false charges, keep the cash for themselves, and cremate the accomplice, who by then has died. As one of the only Americans incarcerated there, the driver becomes known as "the Gringo". El Pueblito proves surprising, operating more like a small ghetto than a prison. The Gringo quickly manages to work out the prison's criminal hierarchy and engages in petty thefts and robberies from some of the prison's less reputable businesses. One of these thefts is witnessed by an unnamed kid (Kevin Hernandez) who is living with his incarcerated mother (Dolores Heredia) and is protected by the prison's criminals. Curious, the Gringo presses him to explain why the criminals protect him, but the Kid refuses.

Scriptwriter

Get the Gringo, 1h36
Directed by Adrian Grünberg, Adrian Grünberg
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Thriller, Action, Crime
Themes Prison films, Children's films
Actors Mel Gibson, Daniel Giménez Cacho, Peter Stormare, Dolores Heredia, Dean Norris, Bob Gunton
Rating69% 3.497433.497433.497433.497433.49743
The film opens with a getaway driver (Mel Gibson) and a wounded accomplice dressed as clowns fleeing from American police toward the Mexican border. The driver crashes through the border fence, whereupon he is arrested by corrupt Mexican police officers Vasquez (Mario Zaragoza) and Romero (Gerardo Teracena). When they find over $2 million in the car, they incarcerate him in El Pueblito prison under false charges, keep the cash for themselves, and cremate the accomplice, who by then has died. As one of the only Americans incarcerated there, the driver becomes known as "the Gringo". El Pueblito proves surprising, operating more like a small ghetto than a prison. The Gringo quickly manages to work out the prison's criminal hierarchy and engages in petty thefts and robberies from some of the prison's less reputable businesses. One of these thefts is witnessed by an unnamed kid (Kevin Hernandez) who is living with his incarcerated mother (Dolores Heredia) and is protected by the prison's criminals. Curious, the Gringo presses him to explain why the criminals protect him, but the Kid refuses.