Washington, Feb 23 (ANI): American screenwriter Aaron Sorkin has said that he would love to pen new 'Indiana Jones' but only if Steven Spielberg wants Chris Pratt to play a version of the adventurer. More »Aaron Sorkin would love to write new 'Indiana Jones' for Steven Spielberg
Washington, Feb 21 (ANI): Steven Spielberg reportedly wants to direct Chris Pratt in the remake of 'Indiana Jones.' The project, which is being developed at Disney, is still in its early days, but as per the sources, if the script comes in to his satisfaction, Spielberg, who was at the helm of first four with Harrison Ford, hopes to direct that film, Deadline.com reported. The 'Guardians Of The Galaxy' star, 35, was also Spielberg's hand-picked choice for Universal's 'Jurassic World', the first new film in that series in 14 years, which would hit theaters in June 2015. More »Steven Spielberg may helm 'Indiana Jones' reboot with Chris Pratt in lead
Washington, Feb 21 (ANI): Steven Spielberg seems to have topped the gratitude list when it comes to thanking people during Academy Awards speeches. The Hollywood helmer has been thanked 42 times by the celebrities during their Oscar's speeches followed by producer Harvey Weinstein, who has been thanked 34 times, the Washington Times reported. According to the research, James Cameron has been thanked 28 times, George Lucas 23 times and Peter Jackson 22 times. More »Oscar winners thank Steven Spielberg even more than God!
London, Feb. 13 (ANI): George Lucas has topped the Hollywood's wealthiest filmmakers list with personal net worth of 5.4 billion dollars. More »George Lucas tops Hollywood's wealthiest filmmakers list with $5.4bn net worth
Washington, Feb 9 (ANI): 'Birdman' nabbed the only film award at the recently held Directors Guild Awards Awards 2015. The dark comedy, which stars Michael Keaton as a washed up superhero movie actor itching to jumpstart his ailing career, with a Broadway play movie, claimed the Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film, for director Alejandro G. Inarritu at the event, which was presented by Lea Michele and January Jones, E! Online reported. The film has also bagged the most prestigious ensemble awards at the SAG Awards, the Producers Guild Awards and the Gotham Independent Film Awards, beating fellow 2015 Oscars frontrunner 'Boyhood.' Inarritu said that all the films he had done before this had always left people with a powerful feeling of emptiness or sadness. More »'Birdman' claims only movie award at 2015 DGA Awards