Director Steven Spielberg explains why he postponed production of Robopocalypse, noting that he’s writing the adaptation of Daniel H. Wilson’s novel “as we speak.”
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Not completely satisfied with the adaptation of Daniel H. Wilson’s Robopocalypse, Steven Spielberg has decided to put the sci-fi project on hold indefinitely.
Acclaimed film composer Alexandre Desplat talks with Spinoff Online about collaborating with director Peter Ramsey on Rise of the Guardians, how the film’s stunning 3D animation convinced him to accept the job, and more.
Christina Steinberg and Nancy Bernstein, producers of DreamWorks Animation’s Rise of the Guardians, talk with Spinoff Online about what drew them to the source material, casting the voice actors, and sticking with Jack Frost as the central character.
Author William Joyce talks with Spinoff Online about bringing his children’s book series Guardians of Childhood to life with DreamWorks’ Rise of the Guardians, winning an Oscar, and turning to classic cinema for inspiration.
Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright David Lindsay-Abaire talks with Spinoff Online about bringing Bill Joyce’s beloved children’s books to the screen with DreamWorks’ Rise of the Guardians.
Screening an unfinished version of Lincoln this week at the New York Film Festival, director Steven Spielberg revealed a rather dry historical drama whose strength lies in the performances of star Daniel Day-Lewis and much of the ensemble cast.
The Hour star Ben Whishaw, who will next be seen as the new Q in Skyfall, is reportedly being considered for a role in Steven Spielberg’s adaptation of the sci-fi novel Robopocalypse.
As Anne Hathaway circles a role in Steven Spielberg’s adaptation of Robopocalypse, outgoing Fox chairman Tom Rothman has signed on to produce the sci-fi action movie.
Director Steven Spielberg reportedly wants Thor star Chris Hemsworth to play the lead in Robopocalypse, a sci-fi film about an artificial intelligence that identifies humans as Earth’s greatest threat.
After scoring the rights to Need for Speed, DreamWorks has tapped Act of Valor director David Waugh to helm a film based on the Electronic Arts racing franchise.
Disney’s CinemaCon 2012 presentation featured lots of new footage and announcements, including details on Iron Man 3, Oz the Great and Powerful, Frankenweenie, The Muppets 2 and The Lone Ranger.