Aries: Stanley Kubrick Taurus: Michael Bay Gemini: Quentin Tarentino Cancer: Bryan Singer Leo: Roland Emmerich Virgo: Christopher Nolan Libra: Woody Allen Scorpio: J.J. Abrams Sagittarius: Steven Spielberg Capricorn: George Lucas Aquarius: James Cameron Pisces: Tim Burton
LOS ANGELES, CA, UNITED STATES: Actor Tom Hanks embraces US First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton as director Steven Spielberg looks on at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center’s fundraising gala 28 March 2000 in Los Angeles where she received the organization’s Women of Courage award for her efforts on behalf of breast cancer research and detection, prevention and awareness.
1. Tom Hanks holding “scene 1, take 1″. 2. R2D2 having a sandwich break between takes. 3. Voldemort and Dumbledore having a chat between takes. 4. Gandalf trying to keep himself dry. 5. Raptor half-suit from Jurassic Park III 6. Carrie Fisher and Peter Mayhew show that Princess Leia and Chewbacca are actually BFFs. 7. Johnny Depp and Winona Ryder hugging it out between takes. 8. Leonardo and Kate relaxing in the elevator between takes. 9. Director Steven Spielberg giving E.T. a bath on the set of the film. 10. Heath Ledger skate boarding over Christian Bale.
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Director - Steven Spielberg, Cinematography - Janusz Kamiński
“It’s Hebrew, it’s from the Talmud. It says, “Whoever saves one life, saves the world entire.” Itzhak Stern
One of the greatest movies I’ve ever seen, it tells the story of the man Oskar Schindler who during the second world war in a bid to make riches by using Jews as labour realises that by keeping his factory open he is saving hundreds of innocent lives.