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|image = Emil Stenz 2.png
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|image = Fhd013WHD Jason Clarke 002@003239.jpg
|size = 300
 
 
|fullname = Emil Stenz
 
|fullname = Emil Stenz
 
|alias = Stenz
 
|alias = Stenz
 
|origin = ''White House Down''
 
|origin = ''White House Down''
|occupation = Leader of a group of right-wing mercenaries
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|occupation = Leader of a group of right-wing mercenaries<br> Delta Force Commando(formerly)
|skills = Intelligence, excellent marksmanship, physical strength, high fighting skills
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|skills = Intelligence<br>
|hobby = Unknown.
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Excellent marksmanship<br>
|goals = Kill John Cale and President Sawyer and help Walker in destroying the Middle East in revenge for his disavowment (all failed).
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Physical strength<br>
|type of villain = Terroristic Mercenary}} {{Quote|Your little bitch said you're gonna put me in jail! I'm going to carve my name on your chest! (Cale: No jail for you, you little bitch!) NO, NO, NOOO!!!!! |Stenz's last words.}}
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High fighting skills
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|hobby = None known
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|goals = Kill John Cale and President Sawyer and help Walker in destroying the Middle East in revenge for his disavowment <small>(failed)</small>.
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|crimes = Murder<br>
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Terrorism
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|type of villain = Terrorist Mercenary
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|size = 200
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{{Quote|Your little bitch said you're gonna put me in jail! I'm going to carve my name on your chest! (Cale: No jail for you, you little bitch!) NO, NO, NOOO!!!!!|Stenz's last words.}}
   
'''Emil Stenz''' is the tertiary antagonist of the 2013 film ''White House Down''. He is the leader of the right-wing mercenaries group who helped [[Martin Walker (White House Down)|Martin Walker]] take over the White House.
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'''Emil Stenz''' is a major antagonist of the 2013 film ''White House Down''. An ex-Delta Force commando seeking revenge against the U.S. government for disvowing him to the Taliban in Pakistan, he leads the right-wing mercenaries group who helped [[Martin Walker (White House Down)|Martin Walker]] take over the White House.
   
He was portrayed by Jason Clarke, who also portrayed [[George Wilson]] and [[T-3000]].
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He was portrayed by Jason Clarke, who also portrayed [[George Wilson]] in ''The Great Gatsby'' and [[T-3000]] in ''Terminator: Genisys''.
   
 
==Biography==
 
==Biography==
He was once a former member of the United States Army Delta Force. He once carried out black ops missions, but was disavowed and burned on his last mission, leading to his capture by the Taliban, making his involvement out of retribution. Stenz is the only one out of all his mercenaries who knows the true agenda behind the terrorist attack, nuking Iran rather than getting $400 million from the Federal Reserve. As part of the plan, Emil gets himself and his mercenaries to be disguised as video technicians to bomb the White House, sending the local police and secret service into mad confusion. Stenz seized the opportunity, taking a count of all the agents in the White House and marching through the halls with his men, murdering them all.
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Born on August 21, 1971, in St. Paul, Minnesota, Emil Stenz was once a former member of the United States Army Delta Force who carried out black ops missions. But he was disavowed and burned on his last mission, leading to his capture by the Taliban, making his involvement out of retribution. Stenz is the only one out of all of his mercenaries who knows the true agenda behind the terrorist attack, nuking Iran rather than getting $400 million from the Federal Reserve. As part of the plan, Emil gets himself and his mercenaries (including [[Motts]] and Bobby) to be disguised as video technicians to bomb the White House, sending the local police and secret service into mad confusion. Stenz seized the opportunity, taking a count of all the agents in the White House and marching through the halls with his men, murdering them all.
   
Stenz became very malicious towards John Cale (the hero of the film) after the latter killed one of his friends and fellow mercenaries, Bobby. When Stenz and his army invade the White House, they hold everyone inside hostage, including Emily Cale, the daughter of the film's protagonist, John Cale. Emily has secretly recorded the invasion and posted it on YouTube. When he overhears Emily talking to her father, he captures her and threatens to kill her for exposing them. He tried to kill Cale numerous times throughout the film and wound up fighting him to the death. However, he lost when Cale wrapped a belt of armed grenades around his neck (while screaming for mercy), which detonated, killing him instantly, as seen as a distant explosion on television.
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Stenz became very malicious towards John Cale (the hero and protagonist of the film) after the latter killed one of his friends and fellow mercenaries, Bobby. When Stenz and his army invade the White House, they hold everyone inside hostage, including Emily Cale, the daughter of Cale. Emily has secretly recorded the invasion and posted it on YouTube. When he overhears Emily talking to her father, he captures her and threatens to kill her for exposing them. He tried to kill Cale numerous times throughout the film and wound up fighting him to the death. However, he lost when Cale wrapped a belt of armed grenades around his neck (while screaming for mercy), which detonated, killing him instantly, as seen as a distant explosion on television.
   
 
Following the deaths of Stenz and Walker, as well as the other mercenaries, it is later revealed that the Speaker of the House, [[Eli Raphelson]], was the one who hired Stenz and his mercenaries to help Walker formulate the attack on the White House, since Raphelson actually disagreed on President Sawyer's peace treaty and plots to have Sawyer murdered during the attack, as well as Vice President Hammond, so that he can be the new president and destroy the peace treaty. When this was revealed to everyone, Eli gets arrested to face trial from his crimes.
 
Following the deaths of Stenz and Walker, as well as the other mercenaries, it is later revealed that the Speaker of the House, [[Eli Raphelson]], was the one who hired Stenz and his mercenaries to help Walker formulate the attack on the White House, since Raphelson actually disagreed on President Sawyer's peace treaty and plots to have Sawyer murdered during the attack, as well as Vice President Hammond, so that he can be the new president and destroy the peace treaty. When this was revealed to everyone, Eli gets arrested to face trial from his crimes.
   
 
==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
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Emil Stenz.png|Stenz threatening John Cale's daughter within the White House.
 
Emil Stenz.png|Stenz threatening John Cale's daughter within the White House.
 
Emil Stenz 2.png|Stenz taking over the White House.
 
Emil Stenz 2.png|Stenz taking over the White House.
Emil Stenz 3.png|Stenz and his fellow mercenaries armed with machine-guns
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Emil Stenz 3.png|Stenz and his fellow mercenaries armed with machine-guns.
 
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Latest revision as of 20:42, May 27, 2020

Your little bitch said you're gonna put me in jail! I'm going to carve my name on your chest! (Cale: No jail for you, you little bitch!) NO, NO, NOOO!!!!!
~ Stenz's last words.

Emil Stenz is a major antagonist of the 2013 film White House Down. An ex-Delta Force commando seeking revenge against the U.S. government for disvowing him to the Taliban in Pakistan, he leads the right-wing mercenaries group who helped Martin Walker take over the White House.

He was portrayed by Jason Clarke, who also portrayed George Wilson in The Great Gatsby and T-3000 in Terminator: Genisys.

BiographyEdit

Born on August 21, 1971, in St. Paul, Minnesota, Emil Stenz was once a former member of the United States Army Delta Force who carried out black ops missions. But he was disavowed and burned on his last mission, leading to his capture by the Taliban, making his involvement out of retribution. Stenz is the only one out of all of his mercenaries who knows the true agenda behind the terrorist attack, nuking Iran rather than getting $400 million from the Federal Reserve. As part of the plan, Emil gets himself and his mercenaries (including Motts and Bobby) to be disguised as video technicians to bomb the White House, sending the local police and secret service into mad confusion. Stenz seized the opportunity, taking a count of all the agents in the White House and marching through the halls with his men, murdering them all.

Stenz became very malicious towards John Cale (the hero and protagonist of the film) after the latter killed one of his friends and fellow mercenaries, Bobby. When Stenz and his army invade the White House, they hold everyone inside hostage, including Emily Cale, the daughter of Cale. Emily has secretly recorded the invasion and posted it on YouTube. When he overhears Emily talking to her father, he captures her and threatens to kill her for exposing them. He tried to kill Cale numerous times throughout the film and wound up fighting him to the death. However, he lost when Cale wrapped a belt of armed grenades around his neck (while screaming for mercy), which detonated, killing him instantly, as seen as a distant explosion on television.

Following the deaths of Stenz and Walker, as well as the other mercenaries, it is later revealed that the Speaker of the House, Eli Raphelson, was the one who hired Stenz and his mercenaries to help Walker formulate the attack on the White House, since Raphelson actually disagreed on President Sawyer's peace treaty and plots to have Sawyer murdered during the attack, as well as Vice President Hammond, so that he can be the new president and destroy the peace treaty. When this was revealed to everyone, Eli gets arrested to face trial from his crimes.

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