Steven Spielberg

`Dyslexic` Steven Spielberg credits filmmaking for saving him from shame

 `Dyslexic` Steven Spielberg credits filmmaking for saving him from shameLondon, September 27 : Steven Spielberg, who has a successful career spanning nearly 40 years and a life most people envy, is just a very ordinary man with ordinary problems beneath the surface - even struggling from dyslexia, it has been revealed.

The 65-year-old director, who was diagnosed with dyslexia only five years ago, credits filmmaking with helping him express himself.


Spielberg in talks with ex-Navy SEAL to direct `bin Laden raid` movie

Spielberg in talks with ex-Navy SEAL to direct `bin Laden raid` movie London, August 27 : Steven Spielberg is said to have met with a former navy SEAL, who has written a first-hand account of the Osama bin Laden raid, to discuss making a movie about his experience.

At least two other movie-makers have also met with the Navy SEAL to talk about licensing the story.


Spielberg spokesman rubbishes advisory help to Obama’s manager by DreamWorks personnel

Spielberg spokesman rubbishes advisory help to Obama’s manager by DreamWorks personnelWashington, June 15 : A spokesman for Steven Spielberg has denied a report that the famous movie director instructed marketing personnel at his DreamWorks movie studio to meet with and give advice to President Barack Obama's campaign manager, Jim Messina.

Andy Spahn said Spielberg did not offer to set up such a session and no encounter with Dreamworks marketers ever occurred.


'Warhorse' - saved by beautiful anti-war sentiment

'Warhorse' - saved by beautiful anti-war sentiment Film: "Warhorse"; Cast: Jeremy Irvine, Emily Watson, David Thewlis; Director: Steven Spielberg; Rating: ***

Every writer, artist, musician or filmmaker develops a certain style of representing his work that makes his work easily identifiable. "Warhorse" is an example of what one can call either 'Spielbergish' or 'Spielbergesque' cinema, with simple scenes overly dramatised and melodrama that is out of place and seems desperate, and thus despicable.


Steven Spielberg struggled to find takers for ‘SMASH’

Steven Spielberg struggled to find takers for ‘SMASH’London, Jan 18 : Critically acclaimed director, Steven Spielberg has revealed that he spent five years trying to bring his new TV drama `SMASH' to the small screen because the concept failed to win over network executives.


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