Be ready to have your childhood grab you and give you a big warm hug as the first trailer for Ready Player One has arrived. AND IT IS AMAZING!
The BFG is a classic children’s tale that is now getting the live action treatment thanks to a collaboration between Walt Disney, and Steve Spielberg. We got our first taste of the adaptation several months ago, and now a new trailer has arrived that shows off the big giant.
Earlier this week you could have heard a pin drop during everyone’s initial reaction to news that Steven Spielberg and Harrison Ford were returning for another Indiana Jones movie. At the time there was no word on who would be writing the script, but now we know it won’t be George Lucas.
Disney announced today that Harrison Ford and Steven Spielberg are returning for a fifth Indiana Jones movie, that is scheduled to arrive on July 19, 2019.
The might of Star Wars scares everyone, even mogul Steven Spielberg, the director of the upcoming Ready Player One adaptation.
Doomsayers of the superhero genre have reason to be happy this morning, as Steven Spielberg has announced the end of the superhero genre!
The 2015 remake of Poltergeist lands in theaters this weekend, and Rob, Rodrigo, Stephen and Zach weigh in on the feature. WARNING: WE DO GO INTO DETAIL ABOUT THIS MOVIE. IF YOU HAVE NOT SEEN THE MOVIE AND DON’T WANT TO BE SPOILED, COME BACK LATER.
Press Release As production gets underway in Vancouver, The Walt Disney Studios announced it will co-produce and co-finance Steven Spielberg’s “The BFG.” This marks the three-time Academy Award winner’s first time directing a Disney-branded movie.
Ready for more dinosaurs chasing people with chaos and destruction all around, while Chris Pratt looks cool and calm? Of course you do, that’s why Universal Pictures has released a new Jurassic World spot, just for you dino-fans.
I knew that there was an adaptation of Ernest Cline’s Ready Player One in the works, and it looks like Steven Spielberg is going to direct!
Time once again for a new Epic Rap Battle, this time featuring Steven Spielberg taking on Alfred Hitchcock (among others).