Steven Spielberg new film has been revealed, and it's not just one, but two films. The two new films revealed by the famous director are set for the years 2015 and 2016, according to reports. Steven Spielberg new film for 2015 is set for October, while the new one for 2016 is slated for July.
The announcement of Steven Spielberg new film for 2015 and 2016 came after a number of years. Rightfully so, it seems that Spielberg has taken his time choosing these two new films. According to website Slash Film, around half a dozen films have been considered before Steven Spielberg new film for 2015 and 2016 has been finalized and announced as his next two projects.
According to CBS News, a Monday announcement by DreamWorks revealed the Steven Spielberg new film for October next year. It will reportedly be of a Cold War spy thriller. This Steven Spielberg new film for Oct. 2015 is still unnamed, while Steven Spielberg new film planned for July 1, 2016 will be called "The BFG."
The Associated Press reports that the Steven Spielberg new film of a Cold War thriller will be starring Tom Hanks, portraying the character James Donovan, an attorney negotiating the return of an American pilot from the Soviet Union in 1960. Actor Mark Rylance will reportedly be part of the cast as well. This Steven Spielberg new film of a Cold War thriller is still untitled.
Slash Film says that writer Matt Charman made the script that tells the true story of Atty. Donovan, who was unexpectedly placed in the middle of the Cold War for negotiating the release of Gary Powers, a fallen U-2 spy plane pilot. Joel and Ethan Coen are reportedly currently rewriting the script. This Steven Spielberg new film is speculated of being banked for an early Oscar-hopeful with its release date being October 2015.
Meanwhile, as there are already script details of Steven Spielberg new film of a Cold War thriller, Dreamworks has also detailed the plot for "The BFG." This Steven Spielberg new film will reportedly be of a live-action adaptation of the 1982 children's book by Roald Dahl. This Steven Spielberg new film has reportedly been one which the director has only recently became attached to. Melissa Mathison, writer for E.T., reportedly wrote the film's screenplay. Reports say that "BFG" stands for "Big, Friendly, Giant", and the story is of a young girl who happens to befriend a giant refusing to eat little kids, hence becoming an outcast in his community.
While Steven Spielberg new film of a Cold War thriller and 'The BFG' has already been revealed, the 67-year-old director is still managing several producing jobs in television and film, reports the AP. The last directorial film of Spielberg was 2012's Oscar-winning "Lincoln" starring Daniel Day-Lewis. The film has won best production design and best actor for Day-Lewis.
Steven Spielberg new film of a Cold War thriller and "The BFG" release dates were first reported by ERC Box Office. Since both films are just months apart from each other, it suggests that Spielberg will be working on the post-production of the Cold War film while he is still filming "The BFG." Though a task which is quite daunting, the practice is one which the director and producer is already most comfortable in.
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