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Director Rupert Sanders Says His Affair With Kristen Stewart Was A Byproduct Of Making 'Art'…

| Filed under: Film FlickersLove LineSteven SpielbergRobert PattinsonKristen StewartControversy

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You can't produce real art without making a few mistakes along the way…

That's what filmmaker Rupert Sanders wants you to know about his highly-publicized affair with Kristen Stewart in 2012.

At the time, the director was married to Liberty Ross while Stewart, who starred in his film Snow White and the Huntsman, was dating Robert Pattinson.

Related: Kristen Confidently Opens Up About Her Sexuality!

Soon after photos of the two caught kissing went public, Sanders issued a public apology to his wife of 11 years and their two young children.

But now that the icy tabloid blizzard has melted, the Ghost and the Shell director isn't quite as apologetic for his past indiscretions.

While promoting his new action film — which is entangled in controversy all its own — Sanders was asked what he'd learned from the affair, and put it bluntly for the U.K.'s Metro:

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Smash Creator Says Hollywood Sexism Got Her Fired — And Shades The Male Replacement Who Let The Show Die!

| Filed under: Icky Icky PooTV NewsGossip GirlSteven Spielberg

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Misogyny is responsible for countless issues in today's society — one of them being the downfall of NBC's Smash.

Theresa Rebeck, creator of the short lived Broadway series, dished on the rampant sexism that churns through many television writers' rooms where your favorite shows are made.

In a personal essay featured in a new book Double Blind: Women on Ambition (as excerpted by EW), the showrunner detailed how she created, wrote, and ran the room in Season One — at the request of exec producer Steven Spielberg, no less — before suddenly getting fired from the show SHE created.

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Rebeck recounts getting "fired without cause" at the end of Season One, and shortly learned that many "dastardly stories" about her character had been invented by those who wanted her gone.

After the male writers who "conspired" to have her fired realized the show wouldn't last without the mastermind at the helm, they flew the coop and pursued other opportunities — leaving the network to hire a new team of creatives.

Rebeck recalls her showrunner replacement, Gossip Girl alum Josh Safran, being particularly unqualified — and ultimately responsible for the show's cancellation after Season Two. She wrote:

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Ewan McGregor Helps Sam Neill Recreate An Iconic Jurassic Park Scene! Watch!

| Filed under: TV NewsAnglophiliaFilm FlickersEwan McGregorSteven SpielbergFunnyLate Night TVNostalgia

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Bet you'll never look at tennis balls the same way again…

One of the most iconic scenes in Jurassic Park is when paleontologist Alan Grant spots a real live dinosaur for the first time. But according to Sam Neill, filming the scene wasn't nearly as magical!

Appearing on Friday's The Graham Norton Show, the actor revealed that when shooting the brachiosaurus scene, his face of wonderment was actually looking at "Steven Spielberg with a big long stick with a tennis ball at the end."

Photo: Woman Caught Having Sex With Model Dinosaur At Children's Park!

So, to show just how easy looking amazed at nothing is, Graham asked Neill to recreate the classic shot with Spy actress Miranda Hart subbing in for Laura Dern!

To help the duo get in the moment, Ewan McGregor made some dinosaur sounds from the sideline and totally completed the Jurassic ambiance!

Ch-ch-check out the funny clip (below) to see how the reenactment came out!

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Need More Stranger Things? Here Are Some Spooky Movies Fans Of The Show NEED To See!

| Filed under: TV NewsFilm FlickersScarlett JohanssonSteven SpielbergNetflixStranger Things

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Fans of Stranger Things have to wait Eleven-knows-how-long until the show returns to Netflix for season 2.

Thankfully, those who need their fix for the strange still have PLENTY to watch in the meantime!

The Duffer Brothers were admittedly inspired by several Steven Spielberg and Stephen King films for their supernatural hit, but even more of the hit series' themes and dark visuals can be found in these other spooky films!

Fans of the kids fighting back against monsters will love Attack The Block, while those who enjoy seeing sheltered telekinetic girls wreaking havoc will love the horror classic Carrie.

And let's not forget the scary sci-fi movie Under The Skin, which follows Scarlett Johansson in a "Black Room" similar to El's… only a lot scarier! Find out what other films made our list…

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[Image via MGM/A24 Films/Netflix.]

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Shia LaBeouf Gets Real About Fame, 'F*cking' Steven Spielberg, & The ONLY Early Movie Of His That He Likes! Read The Candid Interview!

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Like most young actors, Shia LaBeouf had always dreamed of starring in a Steven Spielberg movie.

But unfortunately after working with the iconic director, the American Honey star's experience didn't meet his expectations!

In a new interview with Variety, the 30-year-old opened up about his tumultuous past with fame, substance abuse, and his early work — which apparently, wasn't as satisfying as he hoped it was.

Video: Shia & His Legendary Braid Star In Trailer For American Honey!

Originally wanting roles like Macaulay Culkin's in the Home Alone franchise, the actor revealed he always wanted to work with the Jurassic Park director, telling the mag:

"I grew up with this idea, if you got to Spielberg, that's where it is. I'm not talking about fame, and I'm not talking about money."

But after his dreams became reality, LaBeouf found that Spielberg's rigorous filming schedule made him seem like "less of a director than he is a f*cking company." He explained:

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Hook's Lost Boys Reunite 25 Years Later For An Epically Nostalgic Photo Shoot!

| Filed under: Film FlickersSteven SpielbergRobin WilliamsNostalgia

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Can you believe it's been 25 years since Robin Williams flew into our hearts as an older Peter Pan in Hook?!

Unfortunately Robin is no longer with us, but the actors who played the Lost Boys in the Steven Spielberg flick did what they do best — carry on the memory of a legend — as they got together for the 25th Anniversary of the 1991 film.

If just knowing this little reunion happened isn't good enough, you'll be happy to know that 22 Vision was on the scene to capture ALL the magic!

Related: The O.C.'s Celebrated Its 13th Anniversary!

The production company was lucky enough to catch up with Dante Basco, Raushan Hammond, James Madio, Ryan Francis, Thomas Tulak, Isaiah Robinson, Ahmad Stoner, Bo Georghe, and Brett and Bryan Willis to snag a bunch of photos and interview them about their experiences!

Ch-ch-check out 22 Vision's FB post (below) to see the rest of the AH-Mazing pictures from their Hook 25th Anniversary Reunion while we wait for interviews and more pics from this AH-Mazing moment!

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