John Watts Net Worth – How Much Is John Watts Worth?
John Watts is an American director best known for helming Spider-Man films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and working on other projects such as Onion News Network and Cop Car. In 2017, he directed Spider-Man: Homecoming which grossed over $1.9 billion worldwide – the sixth highest grossing film of all time at that point -, as well as Far from Home and No Way Home sequels, while he also worked on Natural Selection movie as producer and director.
Watts began his directing career with Park Pictures commercials and short films before transitioning into claymation films such as Clay Pride: Being Clay in America as a way of commenting on various gay issues. Since then, he has continued directing short films and music videos for artists like Fatboy Slim and Death Cab for Cutie.
Watts made his feature directorial debut with Clown in 2014 after creating a fake trailer with his friend and posting it online, where it was seen by film producer Eli Roth who asked Watts to turn it into a feature film. Watts next directed Cop Car, about two boys stealing a police car which became both commercially successful and earned critical acclaim from critics and audiences alike.
After the release of Spider-Man: Homecoming, Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios approached Watts about directing a reboot of Fantastic Four. Although initially reluctant, he ultimately agreed. Watts directed two movies (Spider-Man: Far From Home and Spider-Man: No Way Home), each earning over $1.9 billion worldwide in box office sales; ultimately in 2022 due to his fatigue from superhero films he decided not to continue with them further.
Watts has earned numerous honors throughout his career. These include receiving the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Actor in a Lead Role and receiving Academy Award nomination for Best Director, in addition to receiving Golden Globe and BAFTA Awards for his efforts as director.
Former Rolling Stones drummer Keith Richards has amassed an immense fortune during his lengthy and successful career. His royalties from albums and tours produced by The Rolling Stones as well as other ventures have netted him millions, as has his success with Halsdon Arabians Stud Farm in Dalton, Devon where they breed Polish Arabian horses; along with investing in real estate (they own hotels in St Ives Cornwall as well as Upleadon Gloucestershire farms), while remaining debt free with all these investments expected to pass down wealth to his children as they’ve been married since 2005 and now have one daughter Mia as well as one son Sam who are all expected to inherit their fortune – Mia being his daughter while Sam will inherit her wealth along with hers!