An American director, producer, and screenwriter by the name of Jon Watts. His work in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) is what made him most well-known.
Jon Watts Biography
In the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Watts is most known for directing and co-writing the superhero movie Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017). Along with Spider-Man: Far From Home, its impending sequel.
In addition, Jon co-wrote and directed the 2014 horror movie Clown. And the 2015 road-trip thriller Cop Car. Along with many episodes of the 2011 parody news program Onion News Network.
Jon Watts Age
Watts was born on June 28, 1981, in Fountain, Colorado, U.S. He is [agecalc birthdate=1981-06-28]
Jon Watts Wife
Watts and Dianne McGunigle are wed.
Jon Watts Director
He is well renowned for his work in the superhero picture genre. having helmed “Spider-Man: Far From Home” (2019) as well as “Spider-Man: Homecoming” (2017).
Before becoming famous for his 2015 picture “Cop Car,” Watts first made independent shorts and features. It had its world premiere at Sundance.
Along with his work on the Spider-Man movies. Additionally, Watts has helmed episodes of the TV shows “The Onion News Network” and “The Last Man on Earth.” He has been assigned to helm the upcoming “Fantastic Four” movie by Marvel Studios.
Jon Watts Clown
After creating a false trailer about a parent who transforms into a deadly clown on YouTube with his pals, Jon directed the horror film Clown. Eli Roth approached Jon about directing the actual film version of the trailer.
Jon Watts Cop Car
The screenplay for the 2015 American thriller “Cop Car” was co-written by Watts and Christopher D. Ford. Kevin Bacon plays a crooked sheriff in the movie who sets out to find two young lads who have stolen his police car and taken a joyride.
The story revolves around Travis and Harrison, two young lads who find an abandoned police cruiser in a remote location and decide to take it for a joyride. The corrupt sheriff Kretzer, however, is the rightful owner of the vehicle and will do anything to regain possession of it because it includes proof of his criminal deeds.
The boys attempt to reverse their course as they continue to drive the stolen cop car after realizing how risky their predicament is. The boys are in a race against time to save themselves since Sheriff Kretzer is hot on their tail.
Jon Watts Spiderman
The most recent Spider-Man movies, “Spider-Man: Homecoming” (2017) and “Spider-Man: Far From Home” (2019), were directed by Jon, an American film filmmaker, producer, and screenwriter. He will helm the next “Spider-Man: No Way Home” sequel in 2021.
Watts was born in Fountain, Colorado, on June 28, 1981. He attended the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University to study film production before starting his career as a director. Before making his feature film debut with “Clown” in 2014, he worked on a number of short films and television projects following his graduation.