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    Nah...he would screw it up like red tails.
     
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    Hollywood is incompetent to do a proper war movie, without turning it into a chick flick....





























    I wonder if that was a big enough spanner, thrown into the works...
     
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    By the way, Red Tails was directed by Anthony Hemingway, produced by Charles Johnson and the executive producer was... George Lucas

    That crap known as Pearl Harbor was directed by Michael Bay and produced by... Jerry Bruckheimer (yes, Jerry Bruckheimer of CSI, Pirates of the Caribbean, etc...)

    Now, let's see what Spielberg has produced as far as WWII films go...
    Survivors of the Holocaust (documentary) - 1996
    Saving Private Ryan (movie) - 1998
    Eyes of the Holocaust (documentary) - 2000
    Shooting War (documentary) - 2000
    Band of Brothers (TV series) - 2001
    We Stand Alone Together (documentary) - 2001
    Broken Silence (documentary) - 2002
    Price for Peace (documentary) - 2002
    Burma Bridge Busters (documentary) - 2003
    Flags of our Fathers (movie - Clint Eastwood director) - 2006
    Letters Home from Iwo Jima (movie - Clint Eastwood director) - 2006
    The Pacific (TV mini series) - 2010

    I think that if anyone was qualified to produce a quality film about the battle of Castle Itter, it would be Spielberg
     
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