Matt Reeves

Matt Reeves

Overview: Biography, Net Worth and Movies

Matt Reeves, a name synonymous with gripping narratives and cinematic mastery, has carved his own unique path in the film industry. His journey began in 1966, when he first picked up a camera at the tender age of eight, foreshadowing the visionary director he would become. Reeves honed his skills through collaborative ventures with his childhood friend J.J. Abrams, before branching out to create his own cinematic tapestry.

Matt Reeves early career saw him explore a range of genres, from romantic comedies like “The Pallbearer” to supernatural dramas like “Felicity” which he co-created. However, it was the found-footage monster flick “Cloverfield” that catapulted him onto the global stage. The film’s innovative camerawork and immersive storytelling set a new standard for suspenseful thrillers, solidifying Reeves’ reputation as a bold and inventive filmmaker.

BornApril 27, 1966
Height5’9″ (1.75 m)
Marital StatusMarried (Emma Jung)
ChildrenTwo sons (names not publicly known)
ParentsKenneth Douglas Reeves and Barbara Reeves

Matt Reeves Net Worth and Earnings

While Matt Reeves’ exact net worth remains under wraps, estimates place him comfortably in the tens of millions range. His successful films, particularly the blockbusters “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes” and “The Batman,” have undoubtedly contribute his financial success. However, it’s crucial to remember that reported figures online often lack definitive sources and can vary significantly. Beyond directing fees, his roles as screenwriter and producer likely generate additional income streams, making pinning down a precise amount challenging. Regardless of the specific number, his impressive career in film has clearly translated into substantial financial achievements

Matt Reeves Earnings from Movies

The Batman2022$38.5 million
War for the Planet of the Apes2017$17.35 million
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes2014$35.5 million
Cloverfield2008$8.85 million
Let Me In2010$5.6 million

Matt Reeves Awards

Saturn Award for Best Director2015Dawn of the Planet of the Apes
Critics’ Choice Movie Award for Best Sci-Fi/Fantasy Film2015Dawn of the Planet of the Apes
Hugo Award for Best Dramatic Presentation, Long Form2017War for the Planet of the Apes