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Albert Pyun, Who Directed “Cyborg” and “Captain America,” Has Died at the Age of 69.

Albert Pyun was an American film director who died on November 26, 2022. He was born on May 19, 1953, and died on November 26, 2022. The Independent Film Channel said that Pyun “has carved out a unique niche as a director of low-budget, high-concept genre films starring actors past their prime.” It also said that “others believe this is a charitable description for Pyun, who has also been called the new Ed Wood.”

In a 2012 interview, Pyun said that even though his movies often mixed kickboxing and hybrid martial arts with science fiction and dystopian or post-apocalyptic themes, which often involve cyborgs, he didn’t think that was a good idea “I’m not at all interested in cyborgs.

And stories or settings set after the end of the world have never really interested me. It just seemed like those situations gave me a chance to make movies with very little money and to explore ideas I really wanted to explore, even if they were controversial.” The Sword and the Sorcerer, Cyborg, Captain America, and Nemesis are all movies that Pyun has made.

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His wife, Cynthia Curnan, wrote about Pyun’s death on social media. She said he died in Las Vegas. He had multiple sclerosis and dementia for a long time.

During his 40-year career, Pyun worked with stars like Jean-Claude Van Damme, Christopher Lambert, and Burt Reynolds on movies. He also worked with Charlie Sheen, Ice-T, Kris Kristofferson, James Coburn, Dennis Hopper, and Snoop Dogg.

In the 1990s, Pyun was in charge of more than 20 movies, including the 1990’s Captain America. Van Damme tweeted early Sunday, “With great sadness and a heavy heart, I’ll say goodbye and RIP to Albert Pyun.”

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