An adventure 65 million years and whole lotta Lego blocks in the making.
From E.T. to Schindler’s List.
Where are the dinosaur ghosts? Here are the answers.
Could you imagine Brad Pitt as JD in Heathers?! Or what about Harry and Sally breaking up at the end of When Harry Met Sally?!
Never-before-seen hand-painted posters by John Alvin.
Fact check: The triceratops became extinct 66 million years ago. The director of Jurassic Park has never shot one for sport.
These belong in a museum.
Just remember, life is not a race. It only feels that way.
In celebration of Gremlins’ 30th anniversary, star Zach Galligan looks back at the making of the Steven Spielberg-produced iconic horror-comedy.
In honor of the film’s 30th anniversary we look back at the creepy childhood classic.
Sure, you probably saw Forrest Gump and There’s Something About Mary, but what about What’s Eating Gilbert Grape and Kids?
These casting suggestions are real whizzpoppers!
Goonies never say die, but they do say cheese!
He’s worked with Spielberg and appeared on Seinfeld. He’s directed Philip Seymour Hoffman and been directed by George Clooney and Wes Anderson. In his own words, he talks through his remarkable professional journey.
The Oscar-nominated actor’s second directorial effort, The Invisible Woman, opens this week. He talks to BuzzFeed about the seven directors who taught him everything he knows.
Being a chosen person on Christmas isn’t so bad. Here are 30 movies that capture something about Jewish culture.
Mark Protosevich, who wrote the American version of Oldboy, details what he changed, what he kept, and what he axed entirely.
How DID they clone the plants? We demand answers to these burning questions.
Now that he’s won an Oscar for playing Lincoln, the question is, can he handle playing both portly presidents in Steven Spielberg’s new White House movie.
Can you imagine this classic ’90s film starring Jim Carrey and Gwyneth Paltrow?
These days, everybody’s a critic. See what the discerning critics of Amazon have to say about AFI’s “Top Ten Greatest Movies of All Time.”
If her previous Academy Awards emcee gig is any indication, we can expect a lot of audience participation at the 2014 Oscars!
The Oscar-winning director says it’s up to audiences to fight against doomsday scenarios laid out by his friends George Lucas and Steven Spielberg. Also: details on the film debut of Twitter’s Biz Stone.
Executive producers Brian K. Vaughan and Neal Baer spill discuss working with Stephen King and Steven Spielberg, what they consider to be the show’s big mysteries, and the surprise at the end of the pilot. Spoilers within!
Christopher Woodring wanted a job at Dreamworks, and to achieve that dream he did the only logical thing: Interview Steven Spielberg from 1993 about why he’s awesome.
What happens when a young Spielberg anxiously learns how Jaws faired with Academy Award nominations? Hilarity. And outrage.
Thankfully we were spared an awful sequel that might have destroyed our perception of this wonderful classic.
Chris Kyle’s life pretty much was a movie. But ultimately a tragic one.
Not the coolest kid in school? Neither were these famous people and now they’re super cool.