Indiana Jones is just one of those franchises which makes me want to write a adventure based film.It has amazing characters, amazing dialogue which shows how awsome Dr Henry Walton Jones Jr really is.Obviously Steven Spielberg does a awsome job with the directing of these films and he should be praised for that,however we can't forget Harrison Fords performance,as this role was one of the outstanding performances in his career.It was just a fun time watching all these films because it's perfectly written and directed.Even though the fourth film made me dissapointed,I am extremely excited for the fifth film coming out in 2019 #stevenspielberg#harrisonford#georgelucas#indianajones#filmreview#films
#StevenSpielberg postpones science fiction production '#Robopocalypse '
Film should be produced between March and June of this year. Disney did not justify change and no date was announced.
10/01/2013 17h25 - Updated 10/01/2013 17h27
#StevenSpielberg (Photo: Reuters / Reuters)
Steven Spielberg (Photo: Reuters)
Steven Spielberg's DreamWorks studio has indefinitely postponed production of "Robopocalypse," the director's next film, distributor Walt Disney said.
Disney did not give a reason for the postponement, but a knowledgeable source of the film said the director was dissatisfied with the script and production budget estimates.
The science fiction movie was due to start production between March and June of this year and be released in April 2014. No new date was announced.
"Robopocalypse" is based on Daniel H. Wilson's futuristic novel about a war between humans and robots intent on destroying them.
"It's about the consequences of creating technologies that make our lives easier, and what happens when that technology becomes smarter than we are," Spielberg told the star of his film "War Horse" Tom Hiddleston in a interview in early 2012 for Time Out Film.
The script, which is being written by writer and director of "The Secret of the Hut," Drew Goddard, was not "coming off as Steven wanted," according to the source.
Disney studio spokesman Paul Roeder made no comment.
The film was slated to feature Anne Hathaway and Chris Hemsworth in the cast, according to the imdb.com movie site.
Estimates for "Robopocalypse" hovered around $ 160 million, more than Spielberg expected, the source said.
Spielberg, whose latest film, "Lincoln," grossed more than $ 200 million at the box office, is contemplating other unannounced projects.*
Revisited this marvelous classic in high-def.
Spielberg's foray into pure science fiction is, still, truly a wonder to behold. It captures the awe and imagination that lacks in modern cinema. Even after 40 years from its release, A childlike emphasis on the unknown and the yearning to break from a mundane human existence into a greater realm is what makes Close Encounters a narratively superb film. Not to mention the special effects are still breathtaking, the crucial use of sound and music evoke grand emotion, and it features one of French cinemas greatest directors, Francois Truffaut. Bravo on this exquisite restoration and here's to 40 more years. 👽 #stevenspielberg#4k#purecinema
Last night. Perfect nightcap to a birthday, with niece and nephew. Revisited an old fave. Hadn't truly rewatched it decades. Man was it LOADED with stuff I hadn't noticed before, or forgotten about; all the people that were in it, from Kenneth Tobey to Corey Feldman and Belinda Balaski and Chuck Jones; the ET references; a Howling reference; the town was the same town as the one in Back to the Future; Michael Winslow did a lot of the Gremlin voices and noises; and the darkness of it! Yes it held back and an R-rated version would be tempting - a remake is supposedly in the works. But it is so of its time, and so perfect in that capacity, that a remake - sadly - would be a misfire. The famous Christmas story that Phoebe Cates tells Billy is a good metaphor for the whole movie: there's horrific shit going on, but please don't take it TOO seriously. In fact, the original script includes such scenes as the Gremlins killing Billy's dog, and decapitating Billy's mother! Because of this movie and another 1984 mega-hit, Temple of Doom… The PG-13 rating was born. It was actually Spielberg's idea, b/c of all the flack he got for those two movies and their iffy/dubious PG-ratings.
Last night I was in the same room as Steven Spielberg (!), as he introduced a special screening of Elia Kazan’s “A Face in the Crowd”. Many thanks to the American Cinematheque at the Egyptian for making yet another fantastic night possible. 🎞✨
#theterminal is one of my most favorite movie of all time✈️🍀✨how Viktor melts everyone's heart and makes them happy gave me so many lessons of life like how important it is to be kind and honest to people around you😌🍀 I'm personally at the cross road of my life these days so last scene was tear jerker. No matter what, when we walk through the door, we are all alone but when we look back, there are people you love waving at you and cheering you 🙏🏻😌❤️we are not alone..
JURASSIC PARK RUMOR/FACT CHECK: "Kids scream for real, T-Rex not supposed to break the car roof"
I have never posted anything like this before and I am sorry but it's just something I continue to see or hear from people concerning the original Jurassic Park. The rumor goes like this: "The kids were screaming for real because the T-Rex wasn't meant to break through the roof". FALSE. I present the original storyboards, available through an easy Google search, from artists #DaveLowery , #TyRubenEllingson , and #JohnBell showcasing the sequence as planned and eventually shot.
This is a rumor that won't seem to die despite how easy it is to check for facts. It's also stupid to think it was an accident when you consider there's a camera positioned in the back of the car compositionally for the framing to work. And then that would mean #StevenSpielberg decided to keep that attack and shoot additional footage with the Rex's beak in the car before flipping it on its top, "sorry to almost kill you kids. We're keeping the attack and shooting more". Even moreover because the rumor would then insist that @stanwinstonschool felt shooting the film was more important than the kids lives had this been a real accident. The animatronic Rex had thousands of pounds to its body and its weight and force could have killed or injured any cast or crew. The documentaries on the films detail how much care went in to shooting with the dinosaurs and that the crew had multiple kill switches encase an accident were to have happened. The kids were not almost killed by a malfunctioning dino or inept puppeteer.
I'm not directing this at anyone in particular. It keeps showing up in articles, videos, and in conversation when someone sees my dinosaur art and starts talking about JP.
Check the rumors and think about how likely it's true. All this was meant to do was spread some awareness #jurassicpark#jurassicworld#rumormill#stopspreadingrumors#rumorhasit#knowledgeispower#knowingishalfthebattle#chaostheory#fakenews#letmegooglethatforyou#storyboard#artist#thelostworld#stanwinston#tyrannosaurusrex#annoyed#movies#jaws#clevergirl#think#thisisdumb
More new posters for Stranger Things Season 2 have been released that pay tribute to past Steven Spielberg films. Swipe through to see the posters and what they are based on. You can also click the link in our bio to view and learn more.