Steven Spielberg is in the middle of remaking the classic, Oscar-trawling musical West Side Story, and now we've got our first idea of what it's going to look like.
Michael Douglas is still upset that he didn't win Cannes' Best Actor award for Behind The Candelabra and he blames Steven Spielberg.
'Jurassic World' spin-off series 'Camp Cretaceous' is coming to Netflix in 2020. A new animated series set in the same universe as Jurassic World is set to debut on Netflix next year. Camp Cretaceous will take place within the same time period as the 2015 blockbuster, which reinvigorated the Jurassic Park franchise 14 years after Jurassic Park III.
The long-awaited fifth movie in the Indiana Jones series is reportedly set to roll cameras next week, according to Harrison Ford.
Indiana Jones 5 is inching slowly closer to its 2021 release date and its producer Frank Marshall has offered a brief update on the progress of pre-production.
One person in the movie business has been thanked in Oscar speeches more than any other, it’s been revealed. And that includes God. A study published by The Hollywood Reporter (via Vocativ) finds that from the 1,396 acceptance speeches that are archived by the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences, director Steven Spielberg is thanked 42 times. That compares to just 19 mentions of God. In a slightly unfortunate twist, considering recent events, Harvey Weinstein falls in second place, with 34 mentions. Then it’s James Cameron (28), George Lucas (23) and Peter Jackson (22).
Making the harrowing holocaust drama Schindler's List was at times a gruelling ordeal for director Steven Spielberg.
The 'Ready Player One' director will begin shooting the latest instalment of Indiana Jones next year.
A new Netflix Originals documentary series will look at how depictions of war changed in Hollywood following the Second World War. Called ‘Five Came Back’, the series will focus on the stories of five filmmakers as told through interviews with five current Hollywood legends. Steven Spielberg, Francis Ford Coppola, Guillermo del Toro, Lawrence Kasdan and Paul Greengrass will discuss how the experiences of five directors of the time who served int he war, influenced war on the big screen once they returned.