Steven Spielberg's 'Jurassic Park' first hit theaters in 1993 and introduced audiences to a mind-blowing world of dinosaurs, putting us on the edge of our seats with incredible effects. The film followed a billionaire who creates the world's first dinosaur theme park using extinct dino DNA, and invites a team of experts to tour the park, hoping to get their approval to win over investors -- and that's when things predictably go very, very wrong. Now, 21 years later (and with the third sequel, Colin Trevorrow's Jurassic World,' coming to theaters next June), we revisit the cast of the film and see what they're up to now.
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We didn't bother keeping up with CBS' Stephen King drama, 'Under the Dome,' in its initial 2013 run, given how far-fetched the sci-fi story quickly became, but will the people of Chester's Mill have a brighter day in season 2? CBS has officially set a premiere for Dean Norris and co. to return, along with a date for Stephen Spielberg-Halle Berry drama 'Extant.'
Earlier this year, Microsoft dropped a tremendous bombshell on the TV industry in revealing that it would follow in the footsteps of Netflix and Amazon to create its own original content, most notably a Steven Spielberg-produced 'Halo' live-action series, following so many cinematic stalls. No news has emerged of the effort since, but is Microsoft prepping its new series for an Xbox One launch in early 2014?
Released in 1975, Steven Spielberg's 'Jaws' terrified audiences with its depiction of a killer great white shark with a hunger for humans. A local police chief hires an oceanographer and a shark hunter to help him put an end to the massacre off the shore of the tranquil town of Amityville. Almost 40 years later, 'Jaws' remains one of the greatest horror films ever made. Join us for a look back at the cast of the film and see where they are now.
We knew CBS wasn't kidding around with its summer series after the commercial success of Stephen King's 'Under the Dome,' but the eye network's big buzzy sci-fi collaboration with Steven Spielberg just got a whole lot bigger. Halle Berry has signed on for her first regular TV role to lead the new astronaut drama 'Extant,' but what about the series will have audiences spinning?
Though critical reactions have run the gamut, there can be no denying that CBS struck it rich in adapting Stephen King's 'Under the Dome' for a summer series, whose ratings conclusively netted a second season. Next summer, CBS will tap another Steven for another potential hit, granting a series order to film legend Steven Spielberg's sci-fi drama 'Extant.' So, what mysteries does the 2014 series hold?
For the past few months, it looked like Steven Spielberg was going to follow up the massive success of 'Lincoln' with 'American Sniper,' a war film about the career of slain Navy SEAL Chris Kyle. Despite plenty of momentum and the starpower of Bradley Cooper in the lead role, Spielberg, along with production company DreamWorks, has dropped the project and vanished to wherever he goes when he needs to decide what movie he wants to direct next.
In what must be great news for lazy students who hate watching black and white movies but don't want to read a book, Steven Spielberg is looking to produce a new adaptation of John Steinbeck's classic novel 'The Grapes of Wrath.' And it turns out he's not the only one interested in updating this classic.
The upcoming release of 'Thor: The Dark World' may bring back every cast member from the previous film, but there is a new man sitting behind the camera: Emmy award winner Alan Taylor, directing his first feature film in a decade. For many people...
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?