Well, that didn't take long. Just a day after news broke that Steven Spielberg's big budget sci-fi flick Robopocalypse had been shelved indefinitely, the director has clarified that the movie isn't actually dead. So what's up? He just had a better idea.
Even Steven Spielberg, it seems, can have a tough time getting a movie made in Hollywood these days.
Earlier this year we heard that Steven Spielberg was after the God of Thunder himself, Chris Hemsworth, to save the Earth from a Robopocalypse. Now it seems he's after more comic book talent, this time of a feline persuasion.
Steven Spielberg's Robopocalypse is among the more exciting upcoming movie projects we're paying attention to, and it just got even bigger. It was already an epic directed by a legendary filmmaker, and now we're hearing an Avenger is the frontrunner to star. But which one?
20th Century Fox has just given us some serious answers. They've announced the release dates for their biggest upcoming films including the sequels to Rise of the Planet of the Apes and X-Men: First Class, as well as the 3D re-release of Independence Day.
Don't let War Horse fool you—Steven Spielberg hasn't forgotten his sci-fi roots. Once he wraps production on his Lincoln biopic, his sights are set on Robopocalypse!
Calm down. Your GPS isn't rearranging faking directions to drop you off at a human organ reclamation plant. Your cellphone isn't secretly texting fake suicide notes to your boss. Heck, your toaster isn't even plotting to burn your breakfast. Like it or not, the robots in your life aren't plotting against you.
Steven Spielberg has committed to directing an adaptation of Daniel H. Wilson's robot uprising novel as his next movie. Finally, the genre mastermind is back in the sci-fi saddle.
Will the Oscar winner direct a movie about a robot uprising? That's the rumor.