The quiffed detective and his faithful dog Snowy are set to return to the big screen in 2015, but Spielberg will be taking a back seat.
The tiny splash of colour in Spielberg’s award-winning Holocaust film was left TRAUMATISED when she watched it for the first time…
Abandons Spielberg in favour of Abrams. Oooo scandal.
The Nutmeggers are pissed with Spielburg. But who are they and why are they angry?
Week 2 of the revived Face/Off, and in our quest to smear everyone likely to lift an Oscar next month we’re going after Steven ‘literally the world’s most popular director’ Spielberg and his endless production line of successful, enjoyable, inoffensive cinema. You bastard, Steve. Sod your New Year’s Resolution to think only kind thoughts, it’s time to FACE/OFF!
Steven Spielberg’s foray into the well-trodden political battlefield of the Civil War and President Lincoln’s fight to pass a bill against slavery is a predictable candidate for the Oscars, but nonetheless has many exceptional performances to applaud. Daniel Day-Lewis in particular, proves himself to be an excellent President, and makes this worthy (if turgid) drama stand out from the crowd.