Spielberg's classic alien movies, pitted head to head!
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The Untitled Coen Brothers/Tom Hanks Cold-War Project and The BFG have been dated. Find out when you'll be seeing them here.
A listen of his previous scores makes it clear that the composer is a great choice for Spielberg's latest.
Click now to find out what BFG stands for!
Hulk defends the most maligned entry of the original INDIANA JONES trilogy.
This whole thing is per TMZ and Twitter.
One of the greatest movies ever. One of the greatest directors ever. I'm still worried.
The orginal blacklist, not the one where agents vote on what mainstream scripts should become mainstream movies.
Heaven Kubrick was a big AUSTRALIA fan.
He's dedicated to making it good, and it's not there yet.
But it's on CBS, so.
Microsoft announces a live action TV series based on their popular shooter franchise.
Starring Bradley Cooper.
But how's the 3D? Devin answers!
Time to start taking this one seriously.
"He's probably going to give it a happy ending." - some asshole on the internet.
Spielberg's 9/11 allegory is dark, thrilling and masterfully made... and yet it has detractors. Devin attempts to set the record straight.
Universal rushes the next dino movie into production.
He's incepted it from Steven Spielberg!
The robot war movie has dropped off the director's plate for the foreseeable future.
The Director's Guild nominations contain a couple of stinkers.
How Spielberg's movie is suddenly, terribly relevant to our national politics.
He's taking that small vacation out of The Shire after all.
Polish the Oscars, and warm up the accolades: this is the best Daniel Day-Lewis performance ever, and it's one of the best Spielberg movies ever.
And a new trailer tomorrow!
Disney unveiled a new LINCOLN spot, aimed at civic duty and social justice, during last night's debates.
The first teaser for Spielberg's LINCOLN already has people making jokes about Daniel Day Lewis' vocal choices. But are these people wrong? (Of course they are)
Four score and seven Oscars from now...
A quick teaser for the LINCOLN trailer premiere includes a snippet of the Gettysburg Address... but who is reading it?
You can see two Indiana Jones movies in 70mm this September.
Celebrate the 37th anniversary of the classic film that launched Bruce's career!
There was probably a more elegant way to word that headline. Anyway, the RISE OF THE PLANET OF THE APES sequel has a title and we're pleased.
That's what we need - a prequel to Spielberg's worst movie.
They're rebooting VAN HELSING with Tom Cruise, but could there be more sinister things to come?
Every month we stop and appreciate a great badass still among the living. This month: Richard Matheson, possibly the most influential genre writer of the 20th century.
Spielberg's classic dinosaur movie to get a new dimension.
You'll finally have RAIDERS in high def! But you'll also have KINGDOM OF THE CRYSTAL SKULL in high def!
A badass Moses? Spielberg wants to do it.
How is this not a real horse? By what magicks have you made this thing come alive?
Return to Cuesta Verde! This time we look at the behind the scenes horrors of POLTERGEIST, a movie whose authorship remains argued about thirty years later.
Give us this day our daily trailer! "Before a lifetime of adventure... came the adventure of a lifetime!" Somehow this line works in the trailer.
Haunted suburbs, vagina dentata, ineffective dads: POLTERGEIST may be one of the most feminist, anti-suburban horror films ever made.
Spielberg's WWI horse movie is joyful and sad, touching and horrifying. It's an incredible work from a true master of the form.
The 3D gimmick is truly separating the wheat from the chaff.
The actor is spotted with some familiar facial hair.
Steven Spielberg participated in a live simulcast chat after nationwide WAR HORSE sneak screenings yesterday. Here are some highlights.
Sam Strange would like to take a moment to get all serious with you.
Going newfangled with 3D CGI has allowed Spielberg to recapture the old fashioned thrills of the great adventure movies. Like the ones he used to make.
You didn't think they were going to leave this moneymaker at 3, did you?
The director doesn’t want his Abraham Lincoln movie to become a political talking point.
Spielberg to follow Oscar-bait with junky robot movie.
King’s latest monstrously sized novel gets the TV series treatment.
Check your movie knowledge against Spielberg’s List.
Spielberg and Jackson thrilled the faithful with their very presence. But how was the TINTIN footage?
There are no details, but it’s official!
The new TINTIN trailer showcases action and character.
Our intrepid boy hero does his research in this new image.
Nothing excites me more then a new Steven Spielberg movie. Especially when it’s Oscar bait like WAR HORSE.
Spielberg is taking meetings about returning to Isla Nublar.
Spielberg has happily adopted a live and let live policy to his old films, including JAWS.
Does TINTIN ride the Polar Express to the uncanny valley?
Tintin and Snowy walk across a couple of different posters.
For your consideration: the worst film in Steven Spielberg’s filmography.
A new semi-regular column that examines the Best Movies Ever. First up is one of the defining movies of the modern blockbuster era and the last great special effects spectacle: JURASSIC PARK.
Is Uncle George preparing to escape to a galaxy far, far away?
Steven Spielberg has an alien invasion show hitting TNT in the summer. Here’s your first sneak preview.
If you have to lose Liam Neeson from your Abraham Lincoln biopic you could do a lot worse than pick up Daniel Day Lewis.
In 1975 a group of Kiwi filmmakers shot interviews in Cannes. They ended up with Martin Scorsese, Steven Spielberg, Werner Herzog, Tobe Hooper, Dustin Hoffman and Paul Bartel being candid, relaxed and amazing.
1UP has followed up their look back on the demise of LMNO with this piece of gameplay footage showing Eve and the character you play sharing a moment before all hell breaks loose. It’s strange, but beautiful.
Empire Magazine has debuted our first look at the mocap animated TINTIN movie that Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson are making.
It’s been five years since the one-two punch of MUNICH and WAR OF THE WORLDS. Now Spielberg seems to be getting back on the horse - once he’s finished WAR HORSE, that is. ROBOPOCALYPSE will be the director’s next next film.