"Smile for the camera, Steven. Okayyyy...That's go-...that's good. Good smile."
Spielberg To Take Audience Boredom To New Levels With His New Film About An 1800′s Jewish Priest
Friday, April 18 by

This will make ‘War Horse’ look like ‘The Matrix’

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Steven Spielberg Suddenly Too Fancy For ‘Robopocalypse’
Thursday, January 10 by

Drew Goddard’s script is just too awesome to shoot.

Here's Nolan, moments after wandering on to the set of a Wes Anderson film, apparently.
Christopher Nolan Will Direct Another Completely Incomprehensible Film
Thursday, January 10 by

Instead of 3D glasses, dunce caps will be given out to audience members.

The 6 Creepeiest Abandoned Towns From Movies
Wednesday, August 15 by Lee Keeler

With the economy in the dumper, tourism just isn't what it used to be; so it's important that you know where to spend your staycation dollars before you end up…

5 First Films By Famous Directors
Tuesday, May 8 by C.T. Wright

The odds of hitting the big time in the movie business are slim but these five first films by famous directors are proof positive that dreams do come true. Filmmaking…

10 Best Boys’ Movies
Friday, March 18 by Tom Gordon

The 10 best boys' movies are the kinds of films boys (and men who act like boys) can watch again and again. Usually, boys' movies have plenty of action and…

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Iranian Filmmaker C-Blocked From Filmmaking For Twenty Years
Tuesday, December 21 by

Iranian filmmaker Jafar Panahi has been banned from filmmaking for twenty years. Harsh. It’s not like he directed Yogi Bear.

Liam Neeson Peace-Outties On Spielberg’s ‘Lincoln’
Friday, July 30 by

Happier times.
The Arrested Development: The Movie of biopics, Spielberg's Lincoln, has suffered a further set-back. After years of waiting around and releasing Krakens and playing Jedi Masters and A-Team leaders, Liam Neeson is reportedly out this bitch. The formerly-attached star revealed to the UK's GMTV that he's "past his sell-by date" for the project. It's unclear what he meant by that. Either he's tired of waiting on Spielberg to get around to filming, or he's aged too much to convincingly play the part. At any rate, Spielberg can expect a receipt in the mail from Neeson for one stovepipe hat. And he'd better not dilly-dally on paying. (Digital Spy)

SPIELBERG TO REMAKE “HARVEY”
Monday, August 3 by

Although his name has been attached to a slew of projects recently, Steven Spielberg has set his sights on Harvey as his next to direct. James Stewart starred in the original as a man who's best friend is a six-foot tall invisible rabbit. No word yet on casting or the unnecessary special effects that will bastardize this remake but let's see, who in Hollywood could pull off a protagonist who sees things that may or may not be there? Joaquin Pheonix, put down your microphone and dookie gold ropes. Steven Spielberg needs you. (The Playlist) Check out these other morning links… Dispute settled. Futurama cast returns. (/Film) Tom Arnold is full of sh*t. (MTV) What Michael Moore really wants to do is direct. (First Showing) Mary-Ann from True Blood. What up with her? (TV Squad) Rob Marshall is going to make Pirates 4 faaabbbbuuullllooouuussss! (Empire)

THE PACIFIC
Monday, June 22 by

Cast: William Sadler, Nathan Corddry, Joseph Mazzello, Isabel LucasSynopsis: A 10-part mini-series from the creators of "Band of Brothers" telling the intertwined stories of three Marines during America's battle with the Japanese in the Pacific during World War II.Producers: Steven Spielberg, Tom HanksNetwork: HBO

SPIELBERG SET TO PRODUCE MLK BIOPIC
Tuesday, May 19 by

Variety reports that Steven Spielberg is set to produce a biopic about the life of inspiring civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr.. The King Estate has granted Dreamworks unprecedented access to the intellectual property of Dr. King including his famous, "I Have A Dream" speech. It goes without saying that this is an important film and I sincerely hope that it is done intelligently and respectfully. In other words, don't let George Lucas near it.Check out more morning headlines. Michael Mann talks up his new talkie, Public Enemies. (The Playlist) Thor casts relative unknowns. (Superhero Hype)Transformers 2 pics roll out. (/Film) LOST characters come clean. (Cracked)Mystery Team finds a distributor. (CHUD) Don Pardo bids farewell. (TV Squad)