Neil Marshall


Neil Marshall was born in Newcastle upon Tyne, England, United Kingdom on May 25th, 1970 and is the Director. At the age of 53, Neil Marshall biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
May 25, 1970
United Kingdom
Place of Birth
Newcastle upon Tyne, England, United Kingdom
53 years old
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Film Director, Film Editor, Screenwriter, Television Director
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Neil Marshall Career


He was hired to co-write and edit director Bharat Nalluri's first film, Killing Time, in 1995. Marshall continued to write and produce his own projects, directing his first film, Dog Soldiers, a horror film in the United Kingdom and the United States, which became a cult film. In 2005, he penned The Descent, his second horror film. He was identified as a member of The Splat Pack due to his current location. Marshall was nominated for Best Director of the United Kingdom Independent Film Award, and the film received the Saturn Award for Best Horror Film.

Doomsday, his next film, is a 2008 science fiction action film that he wrote and directed. The film takes place in Scotland, which has been quarantined due to a lethal virus. Political figures in London alert a team led by Major Eden Sinclair (Rhona Mitra) to Scotland to search for a potential cure. Two kinds of survivors are present in Sinclair's team: marauders and medieval knights.

Doomsday was designed by Marshall based on the belief that futuristic soldiers would face medieval knights. Mad Max, Escape from New York, and 28 Days Later were among the film's inspirations. Marshall's earlier two films had a three-fold budget. In Scotland and South Africa, the producer shot the larger-scale Doomsday. On March 14, 2008, the film was released in the United States and Canada, as well as in the United Kingdom on May 9, 2008. Doomsday did not do well at the box office, and analysts gave the film mixed feedback. Rotten Tomatoes said that 49% of critics gave the film favorable reviews, based on a sample of 69 individuals with an average score of 5.1/10. The film has an average score of 51, which gives a normalised rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream journalists.

Marshall went on to write and direct Centurion, a 2010 war film starring Michael Fassbender and Dominic West. He wrote and directed a segment "Bad Seed" of the anthology horror film Tales of Halloween, which had its world premiere on July 24th, 2015 at the Fantasia International Film Festival.

Marshall produced episodes of several television shows, including Black Sails, Constantine, Hannibal, Westworld, Timeless, and Lost in Space, the latter two of which he also produced. For his role on the Game of Thrones episode "The Watchers on the Wall," he was nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series. Marshall and his sous-inventor Marc Helwig formed Applebox Entertainment in February 2015 and signed a two-year contract with Legendary TV.

Marshall decided to direct a Hellboy revival in 2017, which was announced in April 2019. Marshall has since disowned the film, criticizing the script, describing the job as "the worst personal experience of my life." Marshall didn't attend a film in nine years due to not having a film in nine years and also being intrigued by the horror pitch.

He wrote and directed The Reckoning, which was released in 2020. Scarlett Productions was founded by actress Charlotte Kirk.


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You know that predicting the future of technology is never a simple feat if you've ever watched a science-fiction film from the 1980s. However, some amazing gadgets are giving a glimpse of your future. That future is looking more like a sci-fi than ever, from clear TVs and flying cars to gym leggings that zap you fit. With ChatGPT having exploded into our lives last year, it is no surprise that CES has seen more than its fair share of nifty AI gadgets. So, if you're looking for a robot butler or AI personal trainer, there might be a device that has just what you need right now.

It rises above the average: At CES in Las Vegas, a new Hyundai flying car that could be licensed in 2026 is unveiled, January 10, 2024
At CES in Las Vegas, Hyundai-backed flying taxi company Supernal unveiled a final product model for its S-A2 vehicle. Starting in 2028, it would carry passengers on short trips. A network of "vertiports" located near major destinations such as airports and hospitals is included in the company's long-term strategy.

EXC: With Game Of Thrones' producer David Lynch, the star of a huge Netflix franchise cast in a Hollywood thriller, April 5, 2023
Anna-Maria Sieklucka of 365 Days has appeared alongside Lizzie Cundy and Charlotte Kirk in the Hollywood thriller "Compulsion." This Day and The Next 365 Days, The breakout star of hit Netflix's 365 Days, 30, 30 Days: The Polish actress, 30, will take lead role in the initiative, which will be overseened by Game Of Thrones director Neil Marshall. MailOnline has exclusive information that she will portray Evie, a young woman with a troubled past and a dark mystery.