Steven Spielberg has been making films for almost 50 years and his career is far from running out of steam. In recent years, the director of Jurassic Park, Jaws or Encounter of the Third Kind chain projects. Right now, the spectators discover The Fabelmansa film in the form of a biopic on the birth of his love for the Seventh art which is notably nominated for the Oscars, logic.
Steven Spielberg has also used the past decade to deliver Lincoln, West Side Story, The Bridge of Spies or Ready Player One. But in 50 years of career, the director necessarily has projects of which he is much more proud than the others.
Steven Spielberg and so on been asked about it during a passage in the Late Show of Stephen Colbert in full promotion of The Fabelmans.
We’ll let you guess which film Steven Spielberg is most proud of before continuing to read!
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Which movie is Steven Spielberg most proud of?
During his time at Stephen Colbert, Steven Spielberg made several revelations. The first is that he does not see his films, even the most cult ones, for fear of being disappointed. A perfectionist, the director thinks that he would like to correct certain elements or that he would do differently.
But a work makes him proud, a feature film that Steven Spielberg considers perfect. It is ET, the extra-terrestrial released in 1982.
I don’t often look back but once in a while I go see a movie with my kids. I want to accompany them when they see E.T. for the first time. I don’t want them to see E.T. without their father being there. Especially the scary moments at the start.
Sometimes I see things I intended to do but didn’t. Sometimes I see things that would have been better that way and only notice it years later. More E.T. is a perfect movie. It’s one of the few films I’ve made that I can watch over and over again. There are about 5 or 6 movies I can watch, but I usually don’t.