Sam Neill reveals that Universal Pictures’ recently delayed Jurassic Park 4 will be “a big reboot,” although it’s unclear precisely what the franchise’s original star means.
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While unveiling its upcoming Xbox One, Microsoft revealed Steven Spielberg will executive produce for a live-action television series based on the Halo franchise.
Universal Studios has suspended Jurassic Park 4 in amber after getting a draft of the script from director and co-writer Colin Trevorrow (Safety Not Guaranteed ).
Set aside reservations about 3D post-conversion, because Jurassic Park 3D looks phenomenal, casting Steven Spielberg’s 1993 adventure in a new light and allowing audiences to experience the spectacle all over again.
Colin Trevorrow, best known for the indie dramedy with hints of sci-fi Safety Not Guaranteed, has signed on to direct the fourth installment of the Jurassic Park franchise for Universal.
This week, Brian Cronin wades into the movie legend that the 1985 comedy-adventure The Goonies originally included a scene in which the kids grapple with a giant octopus.
Last night’s Academy Awards ceremony was a story of upset and redemption, as Life of Pi‘s Ang Lee beat out early favorite Steven Spielberg for best director, and Ben Affleck, long the butt of jokes for his work in front of the camera, accepted the trophy for best picture of Argo.
Brian Cronin travels to a galaxy far, far away to discover whether there’s any truth to the story that Steven Spielberg won a percentage of the profits to the original Star Wars in a bet.
Warner Bros. is courting Steven Spielberg’s Amblin Entertainment in hopes of bringing Gremlins back into theaters with a reboot or remake of the 1984 horror comedy.
Universal Pictures is targeting Jurassic Park 4 for release on June 13, 2014, 21 years after Steven Spielberg’s original dinosaur adventure hit the big screen.
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.”
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.