We’re pretty sure Fox will be all over this, but the rich greenies in Malibu seem to be drawing the line at environmentalism when it comes to their tony beachfront properties.
The New York Post reports that Steven Spielberg, Robert Redford, Dustin Hoffman, Goldie Hawn and Pierce Brosnan are battling regulators who want to block them from dredging sand from the ocean floor to move the tide farther away from their infinity pools. Read More
Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Tony Kushner of “Angels in America” fame wrote the new movie “Lincoln,” filling roughly 145 of its 149 minutes with dialogue.
In four scenes, maybe, characters are actually doing, rather than saying, something.
Yet Steven Spielberg, one of America's best directors, makes the movie come alive; watching it is like eavesdropping on history. Read More
Dismiss it as slick, tear-jerking schmaltz if you must, but “War Horse” is a rousing achievement, a bold, strikingly cinematic spectacle inspired by the Tony Award-winning theatrical adaptation of Michael Morpurgo’s 1982 children’s book. In the play, Joey, a rambunctious steed bought to serve the British army during World War I, is a puppet, manipulated by actors to convey his grace and fiery soul. Read More
If movies have taught us anything, it's that long-distance relationships rarely work. Making "The Adventures of Tintin," the swashbuckling caper vividly adapted from Belgian artist Hergé's popular comics, Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson defied that conventional wisdom.It was in 1983, long before Spielberg met New Zealand's resident "Rings"-master, that the "Raiders of the Lost Ark" director resolved to bring Tintin, a fearless adventurer of indeterminate age, to the screen. Read More
The childlike sense of wonder so evident in “Super 8” might well spring from director J.J. Abrams’ memories of an adolescent infatuation with monster movies, and his filmmaking as a boy on the long-obsolete Eastman Kodak cameras from which his latest work takes its name. Read More
At a small fundraiser Thursday night attended by Hollywood's elite -- Steven Spielberg, George Clooney, Tom Hanks, Will Ferrell, and others -- President Obama delivered a re-election pitch that assumed he will in fact win a second term in the Oval Office. Read More
Trusting investors who were swindled by Bernie Madoff’s tempting promises of higher-than-market-rate returns are now reduced to fighting over what’s left of the con man’s $50 billion empire. Read More