Ryan Coogler is a screenwriter and director from the United States.
Coogler is well known for his work on the films "Fruitvale Station" (2013), "Creed" (2015), and "Black Panther" (2016). (2018).
Ryan, who has previously worked as a boom editor, sound editor, sound mixer, assistant cameraman, and grip, has earned over 20 accolades for his debut feature picture, "Fruitvale Station."
He also produced the 2021 films "Space Jam: A New Legacy" (which he also wrote) and "Judas and the Black Messiah," as well as a 2014 ESPN "30 for 30" program titled "The Day the Series Stopped."
"Black Panther," a Marvel film, garnered an enormously good critical and economic reception, grossing $700 million domestically and $1.4 billion globally (including the U.S.).
"Black Panther" is currently the eighth highest-grossing film in history.
In 2013, Coogler was named to "Time" magazine's "30 People Under 30 Changing the World" list, and in 2018 he was named runner-up for "Time" Person of the Year; he was also named to the publication's list of the world's most important people that year.
Ryan Coogler's net worth is currently estimated at $25 million.
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Ryan Coogler is married to Zinzi Evans since 2016.
Ryan Coogler with his wife
Ryan Coogler’s father is Ira Coogler.
Ryan Coogler’s mother is Joselyn Coogler.
Siblings: Ryan Coogler has 2 brothers, Noah Coogler and Keenan Coogler.
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"Homicide through gun violence is the leading cause of death among young African American males in the United States. If people look a certain way they have a higher tendency of dying, of having their lives taken away."
"I think that when youre making a story... thats based on somebody, the filmmaker has his duty to do his research."
"As a filmmaker‚ like any artist‚ when something affects me emotionally I think about it in those terms. It's my way of dealing with my thoughts‚ my fears and my hardships. I think the same can be said with any artist. For a musician‚ you're going to write a song about something that affects you emotionally."
"I think a lot of the source of how people are treated depends on the fact if someone recognizes them as a human being or not, you know what I mean?"
"To recognize yourself in a character onscreen, and to connect with them, you gotta recognize their flaws; they gotta feel like a real person."
"Something impacts me emotionally, art is a kind of outlet, and I figure it's the same for a lot of artists. The way my mind deals with things is cinematic."