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According to Variety, Neil Gaiman’s upcoming graphic novel Hansel And Gretel with illustrator Lorenzo Mattotti is being option even before its release this October 28th by the trio of Steven Spielberg, Oprah Winfrey and Juliet Blake. This is the same …
Looks like he’ll be busy for the foreseeable future.
When? Who knows.
Add another potential project to Steven Spielberg’s plate, and another potential reunion as well. The Film Stage reported, and the trades are now backing up, that Spielberg is interested in directing an untitled Cold War thriller that is set up …
Though it’s not his next film, Spielberg has added the historical drama to his slate.
It’s classic enough that it can stand reinventions, and musicals are remade all the time (Best Revival is even a legit category at the Tonys, after all).
On Forbes‘ list of the 10 Most Influential Celebrities, there are many familiar names including Steven Spielberg, George Lucas, Ron Howard, Oprah Winfrey, Rush Limbaugh, Dr. Mehmet Oz and… Stan Lee. The magazine ranks him at #9 and gives The …
Mickey Fisher’s script for Extant’s pilot become a real hot commodity, sparking a genuine bidding war amongst the US TV networks. In the end, CBS stumped up for a 13 episode order and work got underway at Amblin TV.
We don’t know if this will be Spielberg’s next film since it’s all just coming together.
Baz Lurhmann May Direct Stanley Kubrick’s Unproduced Napoleon Miniseries For Steven Spielberg And HBO
It was controversial news when Spielberg announced he was making Kubrick’s Napoleon into a miniseries, and I think this newest update on the project will be just as divisive.
Blake Northcott writes for Bleeding Cool: What are you trying to get made? A comic book? A novel? An HBO mini-series about a psychic elf detective and his zombie sidekick? It doesn’t matter how simple or how complicated the premise …
Look up in awe at all the foodimals.
It’s all about father son relationships. I’m shocked that Spielberg likes it.
“The Autobiography of the Most Lethal Sniper in U.S. Military History.”
Now, we’re calling this a TV series, and it is, I suppose, in just the sense that Netflix and Amazon have been making TV. But, as you’d expect, you’re going to need an X-Box to watch it.
This amused me a good deal more than the Queen and James Bond thing, I have to say.
It’s a Catwoman, bat-director reunion.
Chris Nolan wants to toss Matthew McConaughey through a wormhole. In a good way.