#Steven Spielberg


Steven Spielberg's Ready Player One has first look image

Now, in our continued round-the-clock coverage of the forthcoming Steven Spielberg adaption of novel Ready Player One, by Ernst Cline, we have breaking news! EW revealed an exclusive first look image from the highly anticipated sci-fi flick...

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Complete List of Nominees for the 2016 Academy Awards

The nominees for the 88th Academy Awards were just announced. Here is a full list based on the tweets sent out by The Academy and from The Hollywood Reporter. The Revenant leads the field with 12 nominations, including Best Picture, Best Di...

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Review: Bridge of Spies

Watching Bridge of Spies, I realized almost immediately the difference between a beautiful film and a handsome film. Steven Spielberg's latest movie is handsome. It's cleanly shot, polished, glossy, with impeccable acting in almost every sc...

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First trailer for Bridge of Spies

Bridge of Spies is directed by Steven Spielberg, written by Joel and Ethan Coen (and Matt Charman) and it stars Tom Hanks. Names most everyone knows and respects to a certain degree, which means it is automatically positioned to succeed in ...


Steven Spielberg to direct Ready Player One

The Warner Bros./Village Roadshow adaptation of Ernie Cline's sci-fi novel Ready Player One just got a huge boost in credibility and visibility. Legendary director Steven Spielberg has signed on to helm the video-game fueled flick. Publishe...


Spielberg will direct a Big Friendly Giant movie

You ever hear one of those ideas that just sounds like a real slam dunk from top to bottom? Well, here's another one of those. Steven Spielberg (one of the great American filmmakers) is bringing Roald Dahl's (one of the all-time great child...

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Spielberg and Lucas discuss the film industry's implosion

With E3 waning, a lot of eyes have been on the gaming industry and specifically Microsoft and Sony as they fight for relevance in an every changing media landscape. And watching these monoliths fight as the AAA gaming industry races towards...


Spielberg developing Kubrick's Napoleon as miniseries

Napoleon was supposed to be Stanley Kubrick's follow-up to 2001: A Space Odyssey. The movie almost happened. Extensive research was done, costumes were made, the screenplay was written, locations were scouted, names were thrown around for t...


Lincoln passes the 13th amendment. Again. Sort of.

This is history. It's not reporting on set about Megan Fox's tits or new photos from Channing Tatum's butthole salon, but this is important. Steven Spielberg's Lincoln apparently caused Mississippi to finally ratify the 13th amendment,...


Mankind is safe, Robopocalypse postponed indefinitely

Director Steven Spielberg’s newest project, Robopocalypse, has been postponed indefinitely until further notice. This is after it has been already delayed from a 2013 release to that of a 2014 release. Spielberg’s spokesman Marv...


Jurassic Park 3D re-release in IMAX for one week only

Universal Pictures and IMAX have announced today that they will have a one-week run of director Steven Spielberg’s Jurassic Park in IMAX 3D starting April 5th. This will coincide with Jurassic Park 3D wide release also beginning on Ap...


Peter Jackson working on Tintin sequel for 2015

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey comes out tomorrow, but Peter Jackson isn't ready to slow down. He's already shooting a new movie next year: a sequel to Steven Spielberg's The Adventures of Tintin. Jackson served as co-producer on th...


Anne Hathaway enters the Robopocalypse

Anne Hathaway is soon to grace our screens as Fantine in Les Misérables, while Steven Spielberg's biopic Lincoln is currently partying on, dudes, in New York and LA cinemas ahead of its nationwide release this Friday. Only Keira Knig...


Trailer: Jurassic Park 3-D

Yesterday we were given the poster, and today we get the trailer. I probably find all of this irrationally exciting considering that the promos are for a movie that's twenty years old, but I really am genuinely excited for t...


New Lincoln TV spot aired during Presidential debate

For those of us who missed the Presidential debate last night, it looks like we also missed out on a new TV spot for Steven Spielberg's upcoming epic Lincoln. It consists mostly of footage from the previously released trailer, but now it's...


Book: Jaws: Memories from Martha's Vineyard

This week, Titan Books released a paperback edition of Jaws: Memories from Martha's Vineyard by Matt Taylor, a beautiful coffee table book about the making of Jaws. I'd intended to write about it earlier, but it took me a while to finish. T...


Trailer: Lincoln

You hear that sound? Yep, I'm pretty sure that was Daniel Day-Lewis's Oscar win for his performance as Abraham Lincoln reaching back through time to say "YEAH BOYEEE." Indeed, it's the first trailer ever for Steven Spielberg's long in-deve...


E.T. and the Twilight Saga will get one day re-releases

To celebrate E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial (one of the most redundant names ever)'s 30th anniversary Blu-ray release, Fathom Events, Turner Classic Movies, and Universal Pictures are showing the digital remastered version in select theat...


[UPDATE] Spielberg eyes Navy SEAL book on bin Laden raid

[UPDATE: The following statement was given by Steven Spielberg's spokesman Marvin Levy: "Neither Steven Spielberg, DreamWorks Studios, or DreamWorks Television will be optioning Mark Owen's book No Easy Day." Well, that's the end of that, t...


I'm gonna learn you about this Lincoln poster, boy

Ok, on Twitter I said I was going to write this with a bad Confederate affectation, but screw you, I'm tired. This is the first poster for Spielberg's Lincoln starring Daniel Day-Lewis as Lincoln. As we can see from this, the man has b...


Jurassic Park IV could be in theaters in 2014

I love dinosaurs. LOVE 'EM! So even though the last Jurassic Park film was, let's say, disappointing (needed more Jeff Goldblum), I'm always willing to give it another go if only for the sake of the dinosaurs. So to that end, this news is a...


Steven Spielberg wants Thor...in Robopocalyse

When Steven Spielberg first announced that he was adapting Daniel H. Wilson's Robopocalypse, my excitement was a bit tempered granted I didn't read the novel yet. After reading the novel, the film can't come soon enough. Every little bit of...


GWAR does not care for War Horse

I was never terribly into War Horse, and I'm certainly less so after the scholar'd gentlemen Oderus Urungus and Balsac the Jaws of Death from music consortium GWAR decreed their ultimate review for the film. No other review is ne...


Review: The Adventures Of Tintin

Tintin may not be particularly well known in the United States, but he is something of a treasure for most people in Europe who ever enjoyed a childhood. The news that Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson were mounting a big-budget remake cau...


Michael Bay considering Transformers 4 after all

I haven't got anything against Michael Bay. When he gets his formula right, like in The Rock or the first Transformers, the results encapsulate everything that's fun about the brainless blockbuster. Unfortunately, he all too often struggles...


Kathleen Kennedy puts her thing down on Jurassic Park 4

Kathleen Kennedy may not be synonymous with Jurassic Park, Raiders of the Lost Ark or The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, but she should be; she produced all of them and more. Recently, she's produced The Adventures of Tin Tin and War Hors...


Daniel Day-Lewis makes a better Lincoln than Lincoln did

Stephen Spielberg's long-awaited Abraham Lincoln biopic is shooting in Richmond, Virginia, former home of the Confederacy and where I spent most of my younger days. Most of the reason I want to go back to visit my parents is so I can stalk ...


Spielberg in talks to direct Biblical epic about Moses

At the end of September, we reported that Warner Brothers was enticing Steven Spielberg to direct Gods and Kings, a Biblical epic about Moses. It all seemed like a longshot, but one within reason. Well, Spielberg and Warner Brothers are now...


Toronto Draws Tintin: art about The Adventures of Tintin

Starting November 2nd the Steamwhistle Brewery in Toronto, Ontario is hosting a month-long art show in the Steamwhistle Brewery’s gallery space and is dedicated to Hergé's The Adventures of Tintin. The show is open to submissio...


Spielberg offers unofficial Tintin credits artist a job

Do you remember last week when we featured that awesome unofficial credits sequence for Steven Spielberg's upcoming Adventures of Tintin? Well, the artist who made that video, James Curran, can now count Spielberg among his fans! Over the w...


Trailer: The Adventures of Tintin

Here's a new trailer for Tintin. By now, you should already know if you want to see this or not. And if you don't want to see this, I don't want to know you. You communist. [via Apple Trailers]


Trailer: War Horse

War Horse is the terrifying tale of a cybernetic, genetically engineered Battle Horse named Michael, sent back in time to prevent the Space Kaiser from interfering with World War 1, as chronicled in the famous T.E. Lawrence history Th...


WB wants Steven Spielberg to lead the leader of the Jews

It's rare that you get to report on what is simultaneously big, exciting news that also doesn't have a snowball's chance in hell of happening, except MAYBE this time it will happen. Warner Brothers is trying to attract Steven Spie...


Jackie Earle Haley is a massive racist for Spielberg

Jackie Earle Haley, who has recently revived his career by playing a series of creepy, child molester-y dudes, has just been cast in Steven Spielberg's long-in-wait Lincoln biopic Lincoln. He will be playing the Vice President of the C...


Have a look at a whole mess of Tintin pictures

I know a lot of you are feeling uneasy about The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn thanks to the film's motion capture tech and the general Uncanny Valley-ness of many of the character designs. We have a new batch of pictures ...


Tintin details (and a few early images)

A new image from Steven Spielberg's Tintin has surfaced courtesy of /Film, and from the little we have to peruse (plus our early reactions here), we can gather plenty about the project. The film, written by Steven Moffatt (Sherlock, Do...


Flixclusive Interview: Ryan Lee (Super 8)

Super 8 is my most anticipated movie of the summer. Combining the intrigue that typically surrounds J.J. Abrams' films with the scope that Steven Spielberg is known for, Super 8 is destined to be one of the most talked about movie experienc...


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The Foreigner"Jackie Chan has a certain set of skills, too"


The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected)"Damaged people, decent people, dysfunctional families"


NYFF Lady Bird"Fly, birdy, fly"


The Mountain Between Us"Why didn't they eat the dog?"


My Little Pony: The Movie"Straight to the glue factory"


Blade Runner 2049"Does Hollywood dream of electric reboots?"


Cult of Chucky"Don't cults require followers?"


NYFF Zama"Strange and without category, Lucrecia Martel's return to filmmaking is the best and most idiosyncratic movie of 2017"


Jeepers Creepers 3"Where does he get those wonderful toys?"


Battle of the Sexes"A back and forth volley never settling on a tone"


NYFF Thelma"Everything you need and more"


American Made"Sex, drugs, and Tom Cruise"


NYFF Last Flag Flying"Richard Linklater standing at attention, but not at ease or at rest"


Preacher (Season 2)"Adapting the unadaptable"


Mother!"Mother of god this is pretentious"


American Assassin"American Ass"


It"Stephen King's scariest adaptation to date"


Good Time"Robert Pattinson: Vampire, no more"


Logan Lucky"No relation to Wolverine"


The Defenders (Season 1)"Masters of karate and friendship "


The Hitman's Bodyguard"I won't always love you"