Steven Spielberg‘s The Adventures of Tintin is opening very soon in the UK and France, with a US debut coming a couple months later, on December 21. In advance of the film’s premiere overseas, the director is starting to do some interviews. Naturally, some questions are aimed at his future projects, such as Lincoln, which will star Daniel Day-Lewis as President Abraham Lincoln, and the adaptation of the novel Robopocalypse.
Thanks to one interview, we’ve got a good statement from Spielberg about the procedural nature of Lincoln, and his hopeful shoot window for Robopocalypse. Read More »
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Steven Spielberg‘s vision of a robot uprising needs some help. Deadline reports Robopocalypse, the sci-fi action film based on a book by Daniel H. Wilson and written by Drew Goddard, has grown so big, DreamWorks has decided to co-finance it with Fox. Fox will distribute internationally and Disney, via their 2009 deal with DreamWorks, will distribute domestically. They’re aiming for a July 3, 2013 release date. Read more about the project, and what this does to Lincoln, after the jump. Read More »
Steven Spielberg has committed to his directorial follow-up to War Horse. He’ll next make Robopocalypse, based upon the forthcoming Daniel H. Wilson novel of the same name. Read More »
I’m not sure how seriously to take this notion right now, but there’s yet another report that Drew Goddard‘s script based upon the forthcoming Daniel H. Wilson novel Robopocalypse could be a Steven Spielberg film after the director finishes War Horse. Read More »
While there is nothing concrete, industry insiders and Deadline are speculating that Steven Spielberg might make Robopocalypse his next directorial feature film. DreamWorks Studios and Doubleday have acquired the property in November in a pre-emptive deal. Daniel H. Wilson‘s unpublished manuscript (due in 2011), Robopocalypse tells the story of “the fate of the human race following a robot uprising.” Cloverfield screenwriter Drew Goddard has been hired to pen the big screen adaptation. Spielberg directing a film about the robot apocalypse written by Goddard? Consider me excited!
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DreamWorks Studios and Doubleday have acquired, in a pre-emptive deal, the rights to Daniel H. Wilson‘s unpublished manuscript, Robopocalypse. The story “explores the fate of the human race following a robot uprising.” The film project is being fast tracked and the book is tentatively being scheduled for a 2011 publication. No writer, director or actors have yet been attached. But what makes this different from any of the robot uprising films we’ve seen in the past? Details after the jump.
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