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This image provided by the University of Southern California shows director Steven Spielberg speaking during the USC Shoah Foundation's announcement of the Center for Advanced Genocide Research at University of Southern California, Friday, April 25, 2014, in Los Angeles. Spielberg announced the creation of a research center that will study how and why genocide occurs, its impact and what steps might be taken to prevent such mass violence. Spielberg, who’s a Shoah Foundation trustee, says the research will provide a “a beacon of hope in breaking the cycle that leads to mass violence.” (AP Photo, USC, Gus Ruelas)

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This image provided by the University of Southern California shows director Steven Spielberg, right, with USC President C.L. Max Nikias, making their way to the USC Shoah Foundation's announcement of the Center for Advanced Genocide Research at University of Southern California, Friday, April 25, 2014, in Los Angeles. Spielberg announced the creation of a research center that will study how and why genocide occurs, its impact and what steps might be taken to prevent such mass violence. Spielberg, who’s a Shoah Foundation trustee, says the research will provide a “a beacon of hope in breaking the cycle that leads to mass violence.” (AP Photo, USC, Gus Ruelas)

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FILE - In this March 3, 2004 file photo, Steven Spielberg, director of the 1993 World War II epic "Schindler's List," speaks at a news conference at Universal Studios in Universal City, Calif. Spielberg was inspired to create the Shoah Foundation after meeting so many Holocaust survivors while making “Schindler’s List,” which tells the story of a German businessman who used his Nazi ties to rescue 1,100 Jews from the Holocaust. The film’s greatest legacy isn’t its seven Oscars, $300 million in worldwide box office or even its message of humanity, says the 67-year-old, Spielberg, but the ongoing work of the Shoah Foundation. (AP Photo/Reed Saxon, file)

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FILE - In this Oct. 21, 2008 file photo, honoree Kirk Douglas, center, with host Billy Crystal, left, and event chair Steven Spielberg, attend the USC Shoah Foundation Institute's Ambassador for Humanity gala at the California Science Center in Los Angeles. When Spielberg started the foundation in 1994, he just wanted to collect survivor testimonies to help silence the Holocaust deniers who’d popped up during the making of “Schindler’s List.” He never expected to get nearly 51,413 accounts in 34 languages from 58 countries. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian, file)

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Filmmaker Steven Spielberg poses at the Museum of Natural History before the Ambassadors For Humanity Gala honoring George Clooney on Thursday, Oct. 3, 2013 in New York. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP)