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Reports are circulating that Steven Spielberg has set "War Horse" as his next directing gig. The film is an adaptation of Michael Morpurgo's 1982 young adult novel about an English farm horse who is captured by the Germans on the battlefields of World War I. The horse's path continually intertwines with a young boy from his farm as war rages throughout Europe.
It sounds like a sweet enough tale — just don't get too used to the idea that it's coming anytime soon. While "War Horse" is being touted as Spielberg's next directing gig, the filmmaker is attached to a whole slew of other projects that have yet to come to fruition.
After the jump, we've listed a few of the films currently vying for Spielberg's attention.
- Josh Wigler
Actress Frances Reid was best known for her starring role as Alice Horton in the daytime soap opera Days of Our Lives for the past 45 years. She was also featured as Emily Hamilton, the older wife of Rock Hudson’s character in John Frankenheimer’s 1966 film Seconds before he was rejuvenated as a much younger man, and was the wife of David Wayne’s scientist character in the 1971 science fiction classic The Andromeda Strain.
Reid was born in Wichita Falls on December 9, 1914, and was raised in Berkeley, California. She studied acting at the Pasadena Community Playhouse, and began her career on the Broadway stage in the late 1930s. She performed in numerous stage productions, and was appearing on television by the late 1940s. She was seen in episodes of Lights Out, Danger, the 1959 Hallmark Hall of Fame adaptation of Berkeley Square, Alfred Hitchcock Presents, The Alfred Hitchcock Hour, The F.B.I., »
- Harris Lentz
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