Articles Tagged “steven spielberg”

  • Steven Spielberg Is Prepping A “Grapes Of Wrath” Remake

    John Steinbeck’s Grapes of Wrath is one of the great American novels, and John Ford’s 1940 adaptation is one of the great American films. It’s fitting that one of the great American filmmakers would want to take a crack at adapting the story of the Great Depression for the 21st century audience, particularly in the wake of […]

  • Here’s The Official Poster For Spielberg’s “Lincoln”

    I’m very interest in Spielberg’s Lincoln, a film that’s been in one form of development or another for the past seven years. The flick finally hits screens this winter, and here’s the first poster: I like the simple design, giving audiences just enough info to get excited: Steven Spielberg. Daniel Day Lewis. Lincoln. Be there or be square. And […]

  • Spielberg May Direct The Story Of Moses

    Deadline is reporting on Warner Bros’ aggressive courting of Steven Spielberg for their Moses epic, Gods and Kings. It would be a major coup for the studio: They’ve got several other talented directors such as Martin Scorsese, Christopher Nolan, Clint Eastwood, The Wachowski Siblings, and many others on their payroll, and they’ve garnered an amazing […]

  • Tin Tin Swings Into Action In New Trailer

    Paramount and Nickelodeon are doing their best to sell Tin Tin to American audiences, and with this trailer they may have finally succeeded. There’s a lot of action, a lot of cool visuals, and the characters finally look like they work as physical beings in an actual place. Some of the time at least. The […]

  • Roal Dahl’s “The BFG” Strides Toward The Big Screen

    The Wrap has the scoop on Melissa Mathison, the writer of Spielberg’s classic ET, hired to pen an adaptation of Roal Dahl’s classic work The BFG. Dreamworks recently bought the rights to the book and hope to get the ball rolling straight away.  The studio has been enjoying a steady stream of success these past few months […]

  • Spielberg Regrets Changing “E.T.”; Vows It Will Arrive On BluRay Unaltered

    AllThingsFangirl has an excellent recap of the Q&A that followed a 30th Anniversary screening of Raiders of the Lost Ark. I highly recommend reading all of it, there’s some great nuggets in there, particularly if you’re an Indiana Jones fan. The highlight for me, of course, is this. When asked about films being changed years after they’ve been shot, ala […]

  • You’ve Got It All Wrong: “Hook”

    This all started with a single tweet. A few nights back I mused: Every once in a while I have to remind myself not to look down on “Goonies” fans, because I am a massive fan of “Hook.” The response on Twitter was huge, with a lot of folks jumping to the flick’s defense, and […]

  • Classic Moviemaking: Super 8 Review

    *Contains Spoilers* It has created over the months intrigue, mystery and speculation… Excitement for this film has undoubtedly been high for this summer blockbuster. From its clever marketing campaign, slowly releasing information like a trail of breadcrumbs, to the release of nostalgic posters and trailers that revealed a monster movie with homage’s to past filmmakers […]

  • “Jurassic Park 4” Inches Closer Towards Possibly Happening

    As far back as I can remember, there have been rumors of a Jurassic Park 4. The franchise’s third installment dates back to 2001, when internet journalism was still in its relative infancy, and sites like AintItCoolNews and CHUD would run what seemed like annual “JURASSIC PARK 4 IS HAPPENING, FOR REALS THIS TIME, GUYS!” […]

  • “The Adventures of Tintin: Secret of the Unicorn” – International Trailer Review

    INTRODUCTION: The Adventures of Tintin: Secret of the Unicorn is a 2011 film directed by Steven Spielberg, produced by Peter Jackson and written by Steven Moffat, Edgar Wright and Joe Cornish. The film features in the starring role, Jamie Bell as Tintin. The film appears to be an advancement in digital and motion capture technology […]