Steven Spielberg has dropped out of directing “American Sniper,” the adaptation of a memoir by Navy SEAL Chris Kyle that is set to star Bradley Cooper.
Deadline reports that both Spielberg and his production company, DreamWorks, have bowed out of the movie, which was also to be co-produced by Cooper. An individual familiar with the production told TheWrap that “Spielberg had a vision in… Continue reading Steven Spielberg Won't Direct Bradley Cooper Navy SEAL Movie 'American Sniper'
Zero Dark Thirty
The filmmaking duo behind The Hurt Locker (Kathryn Bigelow and Mark Boal) takes on the hunt for — and the killing of — Osam… Read More
It was the greatest manhunt in history, and soon, audiences will get to see how it all unfolded.
From director Kathryn Bigelow (“The Hurt Locker”), “Zero Dark Thirty” tells the story behind the international search for the world’s… Continue reading 'Zero Dark Thirty' Clip: SEAL Team Six Goes After Osama bin Laden
How authentic is the new Navy SEAL movie, Act of Valor? Authentic enough to pique the interest of a retired Navy SEAL Captain, who has seen the trailer and expects the film’s employment of real-life active-duty SEALs as actors to come with a proper level of accuracy. As someone who understands the reasons and requirement for movies to focus on entertainment over realism, however, he wonders if… Continue reading Our Real-Life Navy SEAL Rates the Authenticity of 10 Navy SEAL Movies (Exclusive)
Kathryn Bigelow’s SEAL Team 6 film — about the real-life mission to kill Osama bin Laden — doesn’t yet have an official title or a cast, but it does have a release date.
Sony Pictures has set an October 12, 2012 release date for the film, which not only puts it right before the presidential election, but in excellent positioning for awards season.
The project, which reteams Bigelow with ‘Hurt… Continue reading Kathryn Bigelow's SEAL Team Six Film Gets Release Date