San Diego’s Comic-Con was filled with spellbinding news that suited all range of tastes. During this event, one of the most beloved directors of all times has revealed his next challenge. This is about turning Ernest Cline’s 2011 fan favorite novel “Ready Player One” into a movie. Therefore, upcoming Spielberg masterpiece will have both a futuristic edge and a lot of nostalgic throwbacks to the 80’s pop culture.
Spielberg’s Career Spans an Impressive Variety of Movie Genres
Steven Spielberg’s career generated a humongous list of iconic productions. One of the most enticing characters of this movie portfolio is its inability to remain stationary within one genre only.
Spielberg enriched numerous themes with his own views on the matter, which turned out to be pioneering themselves for their movie types. Adventure projects such as Jaws and E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial began the series of escapist archetypes Hollywood would come to generate later on.
However, Spielberg fancied revealing humanistic stories as well. This direction brought him the Academy Award for Best Director thanks to his work on Schindler’s List and Saving Private Ryan in addition to five other nominations. Therefore, his expertise in a variety of genres made him the perfect fit for a book that tackles all kinds of topics.
The Next Spielberg Masterpiece Will Electrify Audiences with Nostalgic and Futuristic Views
On Saturday, July 22, Comic-Con added during the Warner Bros. presentation in Hall H the upcoming Spielberg masterpiece as well. The famous director appeared on stage along with writer Ernest Cline. Spielberg confessed that he was fascinated of the written fantasy from the beginning while Cline couldn’t have found a better director for his screening.
“It’s the most amazing flashforward and flashback at the same time.”
The action in “Ready Player One” takes place in the year of 2045 when the misery overtakes all humanity. Therefore, the main character chooses to escape his reality into a virtual world called the Oasis. This digital universe is filled with nostalgic characters of the past, including some that appeared in Spielberg movies.
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