On Saturday June 20, Steven Spielberg’s Jaws — well regarded as the film that helped give birth to the Summer Blockbuster Season — will turn 40 years old. So Happy Birthday, Jaws!
A couple of years back we dedicated an entire week to the iconic shark movie, with several stories about the film, how it was made, and the wild merchandising frenzy… Continue reading 10 Ways To Geek Out on Steven Spielberg's 'Jaws' Right Now
Steven Spielberg is perhaps best known for being the king of the summer movie. He loves adventure and spectacle and mashing the two together to give audiences something they’ve never seen before. But while the likes of Jaws, Jurassic Park and Indiana Jones may be his calling cards, Spielberg is also a titan when it comes to making serious, meaningful dramas… Continue reading 'Bridge of Spies' Trailer: Get Your First Look at Steven Spielberg's Next Movie
Steven Spielberg has been tapped by Warner Bros. to direct the long-gestating adaptation of the nostalgia-heavy Ready Player One. It’s currently scheduled to be his next movie after The BFG, which will be arriving in 2016 so don’t expect this until 2017 at the earliest. Before all that, though, Spielberg has Bridge of Spies set to hit theaters on October 16, 2015.
Update 2/20/15: According to a follow-up story on Deadline, Steven Spielberg is reportedly interested in directing a reboot of Indiana Jones starring Chris Pratt assuming the right script comes with it. There are no further details and no potential storylines cited, but the news does follow last month’s word that Disney was interested in Pratt replacing Harrison Ford in what would amount to… Continue reading Steven Spielberg May Reboot 'Indiana Jones' with Chris Pratt
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In honor of Groundhog Day, here’s how to make your own Groundhog Day clock that only plays Sony and Cher’s “I Got You Babe” when the alarm goes off (via Gizmodo):
Let’s hope this SpongeBob Movie parody of Fifty Shades of Grey doesn’t confuse either of their audiences. Head to Geek Tyrant to also see Mr. Squarepants in Jurassic