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By Andrew P. Napolitano
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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Steven Spielberg
The dream meeting between President Obama and the glittering kingpins of Hollywood on Tuesday has been billed as "the entertainment summit." It's more like the star-studded finale to a fundraising extravaganza, with the word "Obamacare" stricken from the script. It will mark the seventh moneymaking event in a mere 48 hours for the seemingly tireless president.
Richard Attenborough has been in the movie industry so long that he knows virtually everybody.
Upon securing victory against the British, George Washington had to quell a rising movement to crown him as America's new king.
Steven Spielberg is no longer planning to direct "American Sniper."
Speaking at the University of Southern California Wednesday, Steven Spielberg predicted the "implosion" of the film industry, leading to a major paradigm shift.
Steven Spielberg will direct a movie about former Navy SEAL sniper Chris Kyle, according to the famed filmmaker's studio.
It's become oddly fashionable to bash the White House Correspondents' Association dinner, the giddy juxtaposition of journalists, Hollywood celebrities and strategically-minded operatives that arrives in the nation's capital each spring, just like the circus. Critics claim the annual event has become commercialized, off-message and unbecoming.
Despite persistent criticism, the White House Correspondents' Association dinner on Saturday takes a lickin' and keeps on tickin'. The event underscores what's wrong with much of Washington journalism. The reporters cozy up to politicians, and both groups want to be part of the Hollywood set.
About 90 percent of the running time of "Evil Dead" consists of finding brutal and bloody ways to kill a person. The fact that Sam Raimi's remake of his own 1981 original is going out in wide release with an R is an example of just how far our society has gone off the rails and come to accept bloodletting as entertainment.
If you want to know how today's blockbusters came to be the way they are, few films will give you a better idea than "Jurassic Park."
Colin Trevorrow is taking the reins of "Jurassic Park."
Movie director Steven Spielberg says he chooses his work based on emotion, not business.
Let's return to the Land of Oz and learn about one of the most beloved films in the history of cinema.
One of the youngest Holocaust survivors saved by Oskar Schindler has a book deal, for a manuscript completed shortly before he died.
France's Cannes Film Festival says it has finally snagged Steven Spielberg to serve as president of the award jury.
Spielberg has yet to announce his follow up to "Lincoln," which was nominated for 12 Oscars and won two: Production design and actor (Daniel Day-Lewis).
Mr. Spielberg said the implosion would follow a series of big-budget flops.