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Steven Spielberg's DreamWorks have picked up the rights to War Horse - a 1982 novel about a boy and his horse who are seperated but whose lives remain intertwined as they endeavour to survive the misery and bloodshed of the First World War. According to The Hollywood Reporter Spielberg and his producing partners have hired Billy Elliot writer Lee Hall to adapt the epic novel.
Having dropped his plans to helm Harvey, Spielberg is currently has an empty directorial slate, with commentators previously suspecting that The 39 Clues - another project in development at DreamWorks - would be the most likely target for his talents, now it looks like War Horse might attract his talent.
What do you think? The great man has never done WW1 and has expressed his love of the book. Have you read it? And could you imagine it getting the Spielberg treatment? Let us know in the normal place. »
In case you hadn't spotted the link in the lower left corner of the Kasterborous website, Doctor Who #4 Tom Baker himself recently took the time to answer some questions put to him by editor Christian Cawley and occasional Kasterborous contributor Gareth Kavanagh. This was of course a huge delight for us, and while it's little more than a short question and answer session with The Great Man, he gave us a fantastic set of answers to questions covering the internet, The Boy Who Kicked Pigs, »
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2 items from 2009
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