Beauty and the Beast in 3-D comes in No. 2.
Despite horrible reviews and audience reactions.
And a few of his worsts, as well.
A boy, his trusted animal sidekick, and a ton of set pieces ... but which had the most Spielberg flair?
Nobody bought A Zoo.
"All the myths about Tom Cruise are generally dispelled when you meet him. He's not particularly short."
At least according to all the reviews.
"I got over my embarrassment about wearing a very tight spandex suit when I was wearing it 6,000 feet up a volcano in front of 200 crew members."
Spielberg becomes the slapstick-action wizard of his (and our) wildest dreams.
"I could never be anything like Indiana Jones."
3-D is perfect for gross-outs and gratuitous violence, not the subtle work of Spielberg, Scorsese, and Pixar.
The new trailer finally gets it right.
At the Comic-Con panel, he wasn't looking so good.
Plus: Hilary Duff in, uh, a new 'Bonnie and Clyde.'
Who cares if the movie's based on a Belgian comic strip from the forties, or if Pegg and Frost probably won't get to kill any zombies or elderly in it!
Spielberg has hilariously been denied funding for 'The Adventures of Tintin.'