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American film director and screenwriter

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Steven Spielberg: American film director and screenwriter
Steven Allan Spielberg is an American filmmaker. He is considered one of the founding pioneers of the New Hollywood era and one of the most popular directors and producers in film history. Spielberg started in Hollywood directing television and several minor theatrical releases. He became a household name as the director of Jaws (1975), which was critically and commercially successful and is considered the first summer blockbuster. His subsequent releases focused typically on science fiction/adventure films such as Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977), Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981), E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982), and Jurassic Park (1993), which became archetypes of modern Hollywood escapist filmmaking.


Michael Douglas, Catherine Zeta-Jones mourn Kirk Douglas at funeral two days after death

Son Michael Douglas, his wife Catherine Zeta-Jones, director Steven Spielberg are among the mourners at Kirk Douglas' funeral on Friday.
USATODAY.com - Published

10/9/19: CBSN Evening News

Turkey launches airstrikes in Northern Syria; Spielberg releases 'Why We Hate' series
CBS News - Published

Videos for Steven Spielberg

Steven Spielberg won't direct Indiana Jones 5 [Video]Steven Spielberg won't direct Indiana Jones 5

Steven Spielberg won't direct 'Indiana Jones 5', with James Mangold currently in talks for the job.

Credit: Bang Media World     Duration: 01:04Published

Steven Spielberg will not direct ‘Indiana Jones 5’ [Video]Steven Spielberg will not direct ‘Indiana Jones 5’

Spielberg is handing off the iconic franchise after 39 years.

Credit: Cover Video STUDIO     Duration: 00:51Published


"We can unlearn hate": Spielberg and Gibney talk new docuseries

Hollywood legend and Oscar-winning documentarian are behind a powerful new documentary series, "Why We Hate"
CBS News - Published

"Why We Hate": Steven Spielberg and Alex Gibney explore hatred in docuseries

Hollywood legend Steven Spielberg is behind a new documentary series set to air Sunday on Discovery Channel. “Why We Hate” is a six-part series that takes a close look at hatred and how we can..
CBS News - Published

Extended transcript: John Williams on Spielberg, "Star Wars," and the power of music

The composer talks about the all-consuming work of writing music, and why he doesn't watch his films once they're done
CBS News - Published

A shark attack while snorkeling is extremely rare. Tips on how to avoid it

Steven Spielberg’s summer blockbuster hit "Jaws" came out 44 years ago. Oh, and it's shark week. There is still a very real public fear of sharks.
USATODAY.com - Published

Treasure trove of "Jaws" photos uncovered

Director Steven Spielberg’s thriller about a man-eating great white shark celebrated it's 44th anniversary earlier this week. And with it came a surprising new discovery -- a treasure trove of photos..
CBS News - Published

Apple Reveals Credit Card and TV Streaming Service

apple reveals credit card and tv streaming service
by Simon Baxendale - While Apple has partially led the way up till now in terms of modern technology, there has been one major market they haven’t tapped into – video streaming. However,..
One News Page Staff - Published

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