Sam Mendes's first post-Bond project will be directing and co-writing World War I movie 1917 for Steven Spielberg's Amblin, it's been announced.
Check out our slideshow of the congratulatory ads and posters directors have made for each other over the last forty years.
Making the harrowing holocaust drama Schindler's List was at times a gruelling ordeal for director Steven Spielberg.
The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society director says it doesn't matter what size screen you watch a movie on.
The Indiana Jones legend, over the course of 33 movies, has in fact made far more than $10 billion, with the figure unadjusted for inflation.
With Wade Watts as the lead, the book and the film perpetuate a nerd culture of the '80s rather than a nerd culture of today.
The 'Ready Player One' director will begin shooting the latest instalment of Indiana Jones next year.
Could it be game over for Spielberg as the backlash against his adaptation of Ernest Cline's 'Ready Player One' grows online?
Entertainment One has released the first trailer for Steven Spielberg's historical drama 'The Post', and it's a rather star-studded affair.
A timely film about the vital role of the press in keeping government honest is coming together with a powerhouse cast. Steven Spielberg just said yes to direct Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep in The Post, the spec script by Liz Hannah bought last fall by Amy Pascal’s Pascal Pictures. The deals are being negotiated. The film is a drama about the Washington Post’s role in exposing the Pentagon Papers in 1971, and how the Post’s editor Ben Bradlee and publisher Kay Graham challenged the federal government over their right to publish them.
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.
Henry Thomas has had a steady, flourishing acting career in Hollywood for three-and-a-half decades. “You’re always remembered for something great, and a lot of people regard E.T. as a great film,” Thomas said in one of the all-time great understatements in Yahoo Movies history (watch above). “I figured out that I could think of my childhood dog that had died, and I could bring myself to tears.” Thomas said about his teary audition for Spielberg that went viral when unearthed several years ago.
Like Dr. Seuss, Roald Dahl had a true gift for manufacturing bizarro words. In his 1982 classic The BFG, the odd phraseology comes to us via the titular big guy, whose version of our vocabulary is close enough to understand, yet disparate enough to be sublimely wackadoo. The Big Friendly Giant’s words come alive in the new Steven Spielberg-directed movie version, with Oscar winner Mark Rylance (Bridge of Spies) playing the eponymous role.
Mark Rylance — who won a surprise Oscar in February for his performance in Steven Spielberg’s "Bridge of Spies" — plays the vegetarian giant in the director’s latest fantasy, "The BFG," an adaptation of the Roald Dahl children’s story.
As well as pretending to be 007 in an episode of ‘The Saint’, Moore actually starred as the spy in a March 1964 episode of BBC show ‘Mainly Millicent’. In the sketch, he goes for lunch with a Russian agent played by the show’s star Millicent Martin and punches a waiter. Luckily for him, Cubby Broccoli still thought he was the perfect man for the big-screen job.