Rupert Miles Sanders is an English, movie director. Sanders were born in London, the beloved son of Thalia and Michael Sanders. Sanders have tried numerous television commercials, including one for Halo 3: ODST that won him two Golden Lions. Sanders' initial fiction film was Snow White and the Huntsman, which was issued in the US in early 2012. The movie budget was $170 million, comprising an eight-figure marketing expense, and it made $20.3 million on its first day in the US. To date, the movie has grossed $396,592,829 at the box office.
The cast includes Charlize Theron as Queen Ravenna,
Kristen Stewart as Snow White, Sam Claflin as William, and Chris Hemsworth as Eric, the Huntsman, Snow White's youth friend and
Bob Hoskins as the fairy seen. The movie received two Academy Award submissions for Best Costume Design at the 85th Academy Awards. A prequel, named The Huntsman: Winter's War and influenced by the original film's visual effects director Cedric Nicolas-Troyan, was shown in, 2016, with Claflin, Hemsworth, Theron, and
Nick Frost reprising their characters. In general, it got contradictory reviews and was a box-office failure. Sanders is all set to deliver a film which involves evolution of science fantasy manga franchise Ghost in the Shell, with Steven Paul, Avi Arad building and
Scarlett Johansson featuring in the lead role.
The science fiction-crime movie based on the Japanese manga of the similar title by Masamune Shirow. The movie also stars Pilou Asbæk, Scarlett Johansson, Chin Han,
Michael Pitt, Lasarus Ratuere,
Takeshi Kitano, and
Juliette Binoche. The movie is all set to release in 2017, in 3D, 2D, and IMAX 3D. Ghost in the Shell was first planned by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures in 2017, release under their Touchstone Pictures banner. The movie was fitting of DreamWorks' deal with Walt Disney Studios, which started in 2009. In April 2015, Disney pushed the film's release day in North America to March 31, 2017, by Paramount Pictures conducting worldwide distribution Sanders married to model Liberty Ross, sibling of Oscar-winning musician
Atticus Ross, in 2002.
Although both Sanders and Ross are British, they went to Los Angeles to promote Sanders' career. Together they own two children, girl Skyla and son named Tennyson. In 2012, Us Weekly printed photos of Sanders lying on Ross with star Kristen Stewart, assisting Sanders and Stewart to issue order public apologies. Ross lastly filed for divorce from Sanders in 2013, asking joint custody, spousal maintenance, and legal fees. The divorce was settled on 30 May 2014.