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'The BFG' Review: A Sleepy Stumble From Steven Spielberg The BFG — or “Big Friendly Giant” — spends his days in Giant Country, collecting dreams from a magical tree and distributing them to the people of the world. He seems like just the sort of character who would appeal to Steven Spielberg, a big friendly giant of the film world whose work has stimulated the imaginations of millions of moviegoers. But Spielberg doesn’t fully communicate that appeal with his film version of The BFG, which contains a fair amount of lovely images but may be the director’s most listless and dramatically inert movie in decades. Continue reading…

'INDIANA JONES 5' WIll Not Be Indy's Final Adventure The Hollywood Reporter had a chance to sit and chat with Disney CEO Bob Iger. They discussed everything from Pixar to Marvel to Lucasfilm.While discussing Lucasfilm THR asked about the future of Indiana Jones. Steven Spielberg has confirmed that he will direct the fifth installment and that Harrison Ford will once again reprise the role of the intrepid archaeologist, but what will happen after that? Will Disney want to create an Indiana Jones universe similar to what they have with Star Wars and Marvel?Thankfully no. Iger said:"Not like Star Wars, no.

Not even snozzcumbers can fix this film. Why did it feel so bland and so pointless? It's hard to make sense of it. Steven Spielberg's latest film, an adaptation of Roald Dahl's classic book The BFG, premiered at the Cannes Film Festival this year. Oddly, it seems very out of place here. It's definitely a kids movie, to a fault, as it's the kind of kids movie that you can't really enjoy unless you're younger than 16 years old. And that's not the case for most kids movies (see: Pixar).

Steven Spielberg Praises Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy When director James Gunn’s Guardians of the Galaxy  first greeted audiences in the late Summer of 2014, many general moviegoers were unfamiliar with the relatively unknown original Marvel Comics property and the film’s success was still up to chance and the whims of superhero fandom.

‘The BFG’ Trailer: Hold Your Breath, Cross Your Fingers and Here We Go After premiering at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival this weekend, one more trailer for Steven Spielberg‘s fantasy film The BFG has arrived. Based on Roald Dahl‘s classic children’s novel of the same name, the film follows a young girl (newcomer Ruby Barnhill) who finds herself in the world of giants after befriending one of the 24-foot inhabitants, played by Bridge of Spies star Mark Rylance. In the latest The BFG trailer, we get to see much more of the giant world and impressive visual effects.

‘The BFG’ Trailer: Hold Your Breath, Cross Your Fingers and Here We Go After premiering at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival this weekend, one more trailer for Steven Spielberg‘s fantasy film The BFG has arrived. Based on Roald Dahl‘s classic children’s novel of the same name, the film follows a young girl (newcomer Ruby Barnhill) who finds herself in the world of giants after befriending one of the 24-foot inhabitants, played by Bridge of Spies star Mark Rylance. In the latest The BFG trailer, we get to see much more of the giant world and impressive visual effects.

‘The BFG’ Cannes Review: Steven Spielberg, Roald Dahl Have a Great Character, Not a Great Movie Steven Spielberg + the wonder of childhood. What’s not to love about that cinematic equation? In fact, there’s a lot that could be scary about it. Sure, the combination worked wonders decades ago with “E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial,” but what about anything from the last 24 years?

Watch: Full Trailer for Spielberg's 'The BFG' Starring Ruby Barnhill "I's hearing all the secret whisperings of the world…" Disney has unveiled a full-length trailer for Steven Spielberg's latest adventure, The BFG, an adaptation of the Roald Dahl book of the same name about "Big Friendly Giants". Ruby Barnhill stars as Sophie, a young girl who encounters the Big Friendly Giant and befriends him because he's different than the other giants (he doesn't eat boys and girls). The cast includes Mark Rylance as The BFG, plus Rebecca Hall, Bill Hader, Jemaine Clement, Penelope Wilton and Ólafur Ólafsson.

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