He preemptively turned down the lead role because he's already so closely identified with Jimmy Stewart, who starred in the original.
Plus: NBC is saved!
Plus: Ron Howard! Diane Keaton! Jeremy Renner!
Plus: Somebody finally cuts Spielberg a break.
Plus: new Phish album.
LaBeouf: "Steven just said he 'cracked the story' on it, and I think they're gearing that up."
Plus: "Steven Spielberg is pursuing Noah Wyle."
Plus: Car wrecks, Somalian pirates, and Dan Cortese.
Plus: Blur scheduling U.S. tour dates?
Plus: Sherri Shepherd goes solo.
You take them both and there you have the facts of Bay. The facts of Bay.
According to Spielberg's publicist, he'll shoot 'Lincoln' later this year.
'The first draft [was] 500 pages.'
And wait till you see Nikki Finke's latest photo-illustration!
Steven Spielberg's hilariously timed decision to split from Paramount and take DreamWorks independent last year continues to create problems today.
Plus: Hilary Duff in, uh, a new 'Bonnie and Clyde.'
Does he even know how to fill one of those things out?
Who cares if the movie's based on a Belgian comic strip from the forties, or if Pegg and Frost probably won't get to kill any zombies or elderly in it!
Plus: Nick Nolte takes a road trip!
The details of the separation between DreamWorks and Paramount were finalized over the weekend.
The deal liberates the Spielberg shingle from the icy death grip of Paramount.
Spielberg has hilariously been denied funding for 'The Adventures of Tintin.'
The owners of the rights to the story on which 'Window' is based are finally suing the makers of 'Disturbia' for copyright infringement.
Plus: Jerry Bruckheimer to produce an action movie!
Plus: Philip Seymour Hoffman directs Cate Blanchett's husband's play.