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It appears that Steven Spielberg has officially taken it upon himself to finish Stanley Kubrick’s life’s work.  The Lincoln director is developing another one of Kubrick’s projects, this time for the small screen.  Napoleon is perhaps the most famous of the 2001: A Space Odyssey helmer’s unrealized films, with Kubrick having conducted massive amounts of research for the biopic on the French Emperor, only to see the project canceled due to the hefty cost of location filming.  Hit the jump for more on what Spielberg had to say about Napoleon. Kubrick passed away in 1999, leaving a number of projects unfinished.  Shortly after the famed director’s death, Spielberg took it upon himself to complete work on A.I. Artificial Intelligence, a film that Kubrick had been working on since the early ’70s.  The director consulted with Spielberg before his passing, handing the film off to the Jurassic Park »

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