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$150 For a Movie Ticket? Steven Spielberg and George Lucas Say Hollywood is Headed Toward Disaster

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by Jacob Hall June 13, 2013 @ 1:21 PM
CBS
When Steven Spielberg and George Lucas talk, people tend to listen. So, when these two living legends participated at a panel about the future of entertainment at the University of Southern California and said that Hollywood was heading toward complete and total disaster, plenty of heads were turned. If two of the most successful filmmakers in history think their industry is doomed, then surely they must be right. Right?

Steven Spielberg Producing 'Halo' TV Series Exclusive to Xbox One

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick May 21, 2013 @ 1:01 PM
Microsoft
With the chaos of 2013 Upfronts behind us and most network series approaching, or airing their season finales, us TV writers assumed the biggest bombs had already been dropped. Enter today's Xbox One reveal presentation from Microsoft, revealing that Steven Spielberg will produce a 'Halo' live-action TV series based on the ever-popular games of the same name! Apparently!

'Gremlins' Remake Coming From the Writer of 'Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter'

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by Mike Sampson May 13, 2013 @ 8:30 AM
Warner Bros.
In keeping with the plan to remake every single 80s movie that you ever liked, Warner Bros. is moving ahead with the 'Gremlins' remake. To help keep the quality of the reboot on part with the Steven Spielberg-produced original, the studio has brought in...the guy who wrote 'Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter?'

Steven Spielberg Debuts New 'Obama' Footage at White House Correspondents' Dinner...Wait, What?

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by Nick Romano April 29, 2013 @ 10:15 AM
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While 'Lincoln' might not have taken home the Oscar for Best Picture, it was considered one of the best films of the year by many a critic, mainly for Daniel Day-Lewis' exceptional performance as Honest Abe. In light of the film's success, what is its director Steven Spielberg planning as a follow-up?
During Saturday's White House Correspondents' Dinner, President Barack Obama revealed the first behind-the-scenes footage from Spielberg's next project, 'Obama,' which re-teams him with...Day-Lewis in the title role? Take a look...

'Jurassic Park 3D' Review

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by Jordan Hoffman April 3, 2013 @ 1:30 PM
Universal Pictures
You can buy replicas of Richard Attenborough's amber-tipped cane or you can listen to ten minute loops of Jeff Goldblum's oddball laugh but there's something you haven't been able to do in twenty years: hear the roar of a T. rex fighting two Velociraptors from thunderous, surround sound of big cinema speakers. Something you've never been able to do is see it in 3D or in IMAX. Until now. And you don't want to miss it.

Steven Spielberg Bringing Stanley Kubrick's 'Napoleon' to TV?

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by Jacob Hall March 3, 2013 @ 8:43 PM
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For decades, Stanley Kubrick's abandoned 'Napoleon' project has been one of the Holy Grails of cinema, one of the greatest "What If?" movies of all time. The unmade film amassed several screenplays, a decade of research and thousands of set and location photos, all for naught. But now, over a decade after Kubrick's death, his 'Napoleon' may be made after all thanks to Steven Spielberg, who wants to bring the late master's epic vision to television.

HBO Developing New WW2 Mini-Series with Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick January 18, 2013 @ 5:30 PM
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Any TV fan knows that all good things cinematic come in threes, so why would HBO's collaboration with legendary director Steven Spielberg and Hollywood icon Tom Hanks be any different? Following 2001's acclaimed mini-series 'Band of Brothers' and 2010 successor 'The Pacific,' the holy TV trinity has begun work on a third World War II mini-series, to once again adapt another historical account. Get the details on HBO's 'Masters of the Air' from Spielberg and Hanks inside!

'Robopocalypse' Isn't Dead Yet! Steven Spielberg Clarifies "Indefinite Hold"

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by Britt Hayes January 10, 2013 @ 4:36 PM
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The decisions of directors often impact their colleagues, especially when they're working in close proximity to similar material, so it makes sense to think that perhaps Guillermo del Toro's 'Pacific Rim' influenced Steven Spielberg's decision to place 'Robopocalypse' on indefinite hold. However, this "hold" may not be what it seems, according to recent statements by Spielberg.