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Steven Spielberg thinks making ‘The Post’ and ‘Ready Player One’ at the same time benefitted both movies.

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Steven Spielberg thinks making ‘The Post’ and ‘Ready Player One’ at the same time benefitted both movies.

The 71-year-old filmmaker felt a “little bipolar” in switching between his political drama and the futuristic fantasy, but he found taking breaks from each helped him stay objective and keep “perspective” with what he was doing.

He explained to bang showbiz that “it was good for ‘Ready Player One’ that I was able to take a small break and make ‘The Post’ because it brought me back with more objectivity to ‘Ready Player One’ and vice versa.”

When it came to working on ‘Ready Player One’, the award-winning director admitted it was challenging having to create an entire virtual world that was “compelling”.

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  2. Can you explain to us, how Spielberg has never made a factual movie about israel.

    Israel a country whom uses snipers to shoot kids dead while they are playing in gaza.

    So if Spielberg wants to promote his version of truth, how come no Spielberg movie shows israel doing what they do, ie using snipers on gaza, terrorising those people, and shooting kids while they play.

    Anyone whom thinks this is false. Israel was caught on video last friday doing this, using snipers to gun down unarmed protesters. The snipers tactic israle has used for years to terrorise gaza people, and often killing kids just playing.

    How come Spielberg has never made a movie of this?

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