[science fiction] Last year, the reputable film magazine Empire ranked Steven Spielberg as number one on a list of the greatest directors of all time. And that is not an unreasonable claim. Spielberg has broken one cash record after another. He has been nominated for an Oscar for Best Director six times, and received the award for Schindler's List (1993) and Saving Private Ryan (1998). His fortune is estimated at almost three billion dollars, and on Forbes' list of America's 400 richest people, he and colleague George Lucas are the only ones from the world of film.
Not only in film, but in the entire entertainment industry, Spielberg is probably the person with the most power and influence. The 60-year-old by no means looks like this, sitting relaxed in a blue everyone's shirt and khaki trousers at the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills, where he is placed to talk. . .
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