At this point, I think Dreamworks is basically like the really slutty girl in high school who got loads of action but never found love. Let's hope this time it's a match made in heaven.
This brings back memories of those nasty 2005 rumors about Spielberg directing a version of Mary Poppins based on the stage musical based on, well, Mary Poppins. Don't believe me?
I seriously doubt that would ever happen...but after five Saw movies and one more on the way this October, I've learned my lesson in saying "never."
In the meantime, I'm open to taking bets on how long it'll be before Spielberg and Co. is looking for a new production deal.
My money's on 2 years before a quick jump to Sony. If that fails, they're pretty much left with Lionsgate. I'm sure America would flip to see a Steven Spielberg/Tyler Perry co-project. Come to think of it, Tyler Perry does have that nice new studio in Atlanta. And can you imagine Mr. Perry himself stepping behind the camera to lense a version of The Color Purple based on the stage musical based on Spielberg's THE COLOR PURPLE?!?!
My only hope is that Tyler Perry also dons his customary drag to play Sofia.
But, then again, everyone knows you don't mess with Oprah!!
In my living room I have a tall bookcase with all my DVD's stacked two rows deep. One shelf is nothing but classic Disney animated films out front. But if you peek behind '101 Dalmations' and 'The Incredibles,' you'll find some of the grossest horror flicks committed to film. I think this is a great representation of my sense of humor.