Spielberg on Spielberg: ‘I Have a Lot More Patience Than I Ever Gave Myself Credit For’

For a recent episode of “Oprah’s Next Chapter,” Oprah visited Steven Spielberg in the same Dreamworks office where she’d auditioned for “The Color Purple” almost 30 years before. There, she and the acclaimed filmmaker sat down to chat about his newest project, “Lincoln.” During the course of their conversation, other topics came up — such as how Spielberg’s children have impacted his work over the years…OPRAH: I’ve seen the film ["Lincoln"] now twice. Saw it again last night. The first time I saw it, I woke up the next morning and I was still filled with it. And every time I speak of it, it makes my eyes water. I can’t imagine what it took to bring that to life. And I want to know: How long did you dream this dream of “Lincoln”?STEVEN: Well, I’ve been dreaming the dream of Lincoln like a lot of kids do when they’re in school. When I was younger, my Uncle Bernard took me to the Lincoln Memorial and I saw Lincoln sitting in his chair for the first time. And it absolutely terrified me. Because it was just so massive.Read More…
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Spielberg on Spielberg: ‘I Have a Lot More Patience Than I Ever Gave Myself Credit For’

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