Fuck you Spielberg here’s my money

Fuck you Spielberg here’s my money

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On-Set Footage of Steven Spielberg directing JURASSIC PARK.

I particularly like the parts where he’s talking to Dean Cundey, the D.P. and where he’s blocking the actors.

This reminds me of the TV show Movie Magic which I used to watch religiously on Discovery channel in the 90’s. That and the time during freshman or sophomore year of high school my graphic design class all watched the making of Jurassic Park (on laserdisc!). At the time I was more into 3d animation, but I swear at that moment I was set on wanting to work for Pixar or doing 3d stuff for movies after we watched it.

Of course now you realize doing 3d animation for like a James Cameron or Michael Bay movie isn’t nowhere near as glamorous or just fun as you thought it was when you’re 16. So I’m glad to have switched career paths. But to this day though, I’ll still watch the shit out of a behind-the-scenes featurette of any given movie.

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One day I saw one of these Jurassic Park jeeps on I-4. I’m guessing either someone stole it from Universal Studios or is the biggest nerd ever.

One day I saw one of these Jurassic Park jeeps on I-4. I’m guessing either someone stole it from Universal Studios or is the biggest nerd ever.

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Irvin Kershner (far left) in good company
Photo by Roger Ressmeyer1980

Irvin Kershner (far left) in good company

Photo by Roger Ressmeyer
1980

ADC. Adidas. Denim. and Chandeliers. Spielberg knew what the fuck was up.
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ADC. Adidas. Denim. and Chandeliers. Spielberg knew what the fuck was up.

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I quote this movie entirely too much.
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I quote this movie entirely too much.

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Steven Spielberg letterhead, 1982
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Steven Spielberg letterhead, 1982

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A Fake Conversation with Martin Scorsese, Steven Spielberg, Francis Ford Coppola, and George Lucas
Marty: So what are you up to these days, George? Still uh, doin’ that [makes air quotes] Star Wars stuff?
George: Yea, that and I’m always adding to my flannel shirt collection. I can’t let these hipster kids beat me at my own game man.
Steven: You know George you’ve been milking that franchise for over 30 years now…
Francis: Yea for realz, like, you did American Graffiti and THX-1138 almost 40 years ago bro.
Steven: Yea dude, I mean I got like mahfuckin’ FIVE movie franchises. Step your game up son.
Francis: Right? Even I had to stop at Godfather III. I still hate that Tim Burton guy for stealing Winona Ryder. Can’t believe she turned down fuckin Michael Corleone’s daughter to be in a movie with Johnny Depp with scissors for hands. I mean, Christ. [Pulls out a bottle of wine from his blazer pocket and takes a swig] Then Sofia goes and ruins the whole movie. I’ve never made a good film since….
Marty: Well at least SHE has, amirite? eh? [Scorsese laugh]
George: So what about you Marty? You down for a Gangs of New York sequel? We can recreate all of New York City on green screen and use CG versions of De Niro and Pesci. They’ll look like they’re 25 again.
Steven: I’ll produce it.
Francis: I’ll second that.
Marty: …
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A Fake Conversation with Martin Scorsese, Steven Spielberg, Francis Ford Coppola, and George Lucas

Marty: So what are you up to these days, George? Still uh, doin’ that [makes air quotes] Star Wars stuff?

George: Yea, that and I’m always adding to my flannel shirt collection. I can’t let these hipster kids beat me at my own game man.

Steven: You know George you’ve been milking that franchise for over 30 years now…

Francis: Yea for realz, like, you did American Graffiti and THX-1138 almost 40 years ago bro.

Steven: Yea dude, I mean I got like mahfuckin’ FIVE movie franchises. Step your game up son.

Francis: Right? Even I had to stop at Godfather III. I still hate that Tim Burton guy for stealing Winona Ryder. Can’t believe she turned down fuckin Michael Corleone’s daughter to be in a movie with Johnny Depp with scissors for hands. I mean, Christ. [Pulls out a bottle of wine from his blazer pocket and takes a swig] Then Sofia goes and ruins the whole movie. I’ve never made a good film since….

Marty: Well at least SHE has, amirite? eh? [Scorsese laugh]

George: So what about you Marty? You down for a Gangs of New York sequel? We can recreate all of New York City on green screen and use CG versions of De Niro and Pesci. They’ll look like they’re 25 again.

Steven: I’ll produce it.

Francis: I’ll second that.

Marty:

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