He’s currently putting the finishing touches on his Cold War drama, Bridge of Spies (arriving October 2015), and already has a July 2016 premiere date for his next film, an adaptation of the Roald Dahl novel, The BFG.
When you add in his commitment to directing Jennifer Lawrence in the contemporary war drama It’s What I Do, it’s hard to imagine the auteur finding free time to take on another big project.But, apparently, that’s exactly what’s happening. Spielberg has signed on to helm Warner Bros.’ adaptation of the bestselling sci-fi book Ready Player One, which the studio has been trying to get off the ground for a number of years. When the founder of the program dies, he leaves behind a vast fortune that users can find via a treasure hunt in the game’s environment. Wade is quick to take part in the adventure, finding himself going up against greedy corporate suits and other ruthless players who will stop at nothing to claim the prize for their own.The novel’s narrative was described as “ridiculously fun” and “large-hearted” when it was initially released, so one can easily see why WB would want Spielberg to direct.


Spielberg has a knack for delivering stories that not only thrill, but resonate with viewers on an emotional level – so Ready Player One sounds like it would be right in his wheelhouse.
Not to mention, it could be a joyful throwback to his earlier films (even more so than his last popcorn movie, 2011’s The Adventures of Tintin).However, fans of the novel excited at what Spielberg might do with this material are probably going to have to wait a bit before it actually makes it to the screen.
Production on The BFG has only just begun, so his schedule may not be clear until the second half of 2016. That said, it’s expected he will begin work on Ready Player One immediately following completion of The BFG, so hopefully it won’t be on hold for too long.Regardless, the prospect of Spielberg going back to his blockbuster roots is an exciting one for moviegoers. A master of many genres, Spielberg has demonstrated a keen eye for the sci-fi realm, as illustrated by spell-binding movies such as Close Encounters of the Third Kind and E.T.


Hopefully Ready Player One can join the ranks of those classics by giving moviegoers something that balances heart and style – like we’ve come to expect from a Spielberg film.



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