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The star said the film gave her a deeper understanding about life in a different time – and especially for women.
Steven Spielberg was six when his father made him watch the skies. Arnold Spielberg dragged his son out of bed without explanation in the middle of the night, and drove to a field where they joined New Jersey neighbours in staring at a meteor shower blazing through the dark. After an early career defined by the shuddering menace of Duel and Jaws, Spielberg’s 1977 hit focused on crazed suburban dreamers, cultists and the simply curious in the forgotten Midwest, people like “me, and my parents, and the friends that I knew”, he explained, as aliens make unambiguous, majestic contact.
Johnson, Jack Black, Karen Gillan and Kevin Hart star in belated sequel to the 1995 comedy adventure.
Only 71 British films have woman in the title, including A Woman Of No Importance, The Invisible Woman and The Impossible Woman.
The director who started the DC Extended Universe stepped away from 'Justice League' earlier this year after the death of his daughter.
'Jason Bourne' star Alicia Vikander discusses her transformation into Lara Croft in this new featurette. 'Tomb Raider' arrives in cinemas March 2018.
"Star Wars" fans who believe "The Force Awakens" ripped off the original film seek another director change.
Those prepping for Alicia Vikander's debut as Lara Croft in the 'Tomb Raider' reboot appear to have spotted something amiss.
Star Wars fans are going crazy for these screen-accurate recreations of Daisy Ridley's footwear from 'The Last Jedi' and 'The Force Awakens'.
Star Trek pioneered diversity long before diversity was a hot-button issue. Trekkies have always been a passionate crowd, although even Star Trek: Discovery’s genial show runner Aaron Harberts was caught off guard by the intensity of the internet trolls and haters. If Yeoh, 55, brushes off the pressure - after all the Malaysian martial arts dynamo has quietly been shattering glass ceilings for the past four decades - then much of the burden falls to Sonequa Martin-Green, 32, taking centre stage as Trek’s first black female lead.