Tag Archives: spielberg
Ready Player One was recently released in cinemas across the world. It was a major studio release, directed by Steven Spielberg, based on a best selling book of the same name.
I’ll always have a permanent museum in my heart for all the best parts of the 80’s. This is a big factor in why I enjoyed Ernie Cline’s book so much.
I grew up holding a place in my heart for many films. Films like Jaws, ET, Raiders of the Lost Ark, The Fog, Die Hard, Predator…it’s a long list. Amongst many things, one of the reasons I’m drawn to these movies is their aesthetic. For a while it was a strange, mythical ingredient that made up this aesthetic but when I got into a career in filmaking / VFX I realised that these ingredients aren’t mythical but practical.
It won’t have escaped the attention of many parties that there’s increasing likelihood that a re-boot of Indiana Jones is on the cards – a reboot starring Chris Pratt and directed by Beard Spielberg himself. The idea of such a sacred franchise being remade without Harrison Ford would, in any other universe, have caused pandemonium. […]