I have to say I was a little disappointed when I saw the title ‘Spielberg in 30 shots’ and it wasn’t a video of Steven Spielberg just wasted of 30 shots of Jager. Although after watching this video, I must say, this guy has got chops. Should should keep an eye out for him, I think he’s going places. Enjoy. p.s. I like the choice of the score from ‘Hook’ for this video. One of his more underrated musical scores.
Turner Movie Classics in association with Universal Pictures has announced the re-release of ‘Jaws’ in theaters on June 21st and 24th to celebrate the movie’s 40th anniversary. Over the span of my life, I have probably watched Jaws around 20-25 times. It was the first (and only) horror movie that I ever watched with my dad growing up and I seem to get sucked into it every time it is on AMC. I have a feeling AMC paid a shit-ton of money to air the Jaws and Jurassic Park franchise because they seem to be on a continuous loop… Anywho, this movie was the biggest reason I was scared of the ocean growing up, but after years of watching Shark Week on Discovery, I now know I have no reason to fear sharks in the ocean. Sharknados, that’s the real threat. To get you ready to see the film on the big screen here is the original trailer. Afterwards you can watch Steven Spielberg get snubbed by the Oscars. Enjoy!
These are some early concept art pieces by Rick Baker for what E.T. might have looked like. Thank god, Steven Spielberg pulled the plug on these because I’m pretty sure in this version E.T. would enjoy feasting on human flesh rather than Reese’s Pieces. I will say one of these concepts was cute but overall it seems the movie got it right.
This is a show I didn’t even realize existed? I know what you’re gonna say….”Hey dumb-ass, you never heard of Pinky & The Brain?” Of course I’ve heard of Pinky & The Brain, that show was brilliant. But this article is about Pinky, Elmrya & The Brain…which was a real show. Pinky & The Brain started as the genetically enhanced Acme lab mice in Steve Spielberg’s Animaniacs, a show that spawned many spin-off’s. The duo became so popular with their comedic back and forth (Pinky: “Gee, Brain, what do you want to do tonight?” The Brain: “The same thing we do every night, Pinky—try to take over the world!”) that they had a half-hour all to themselves in 1995. They lasted 4 seasons and 65 episodes. Sadly the Brain never succeeded in taking over the world…he came close though. For some strange reason the show was “retooled” in 1998 as Steven Spielberg Presents Pinky, Elmyra & the Brain (originally titled Pinky & the Brain Meets Elmyra, The Continuing Adventures of Pinky & the Brain, and …
Not only was today the first day of spring back in 1994, it was also the day that Steven Spielberg won his first Oscar for Directing Schindler’s list (he also won best picture). Along with the win came a year of old women saying this: