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EntertainmentSteven Spielberg to pen new horror series

14:43  11 june  2019
14:43  11 june  2019 Source:   msn.com

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Quibi has tapped Steven Spielberg to write a new horror series … with a twist. Word comes by way of the Banff World Media Festival, where Quibi founder Jeffrey Katzenberg The seasoned film director is already making progress on the series , having penned “five or six episodes” out of a 12-chapter saga.

Quibi has tapped Steven Spielberg to write a new horror series … with a twist. Word comes by way of the Banff World Media Festival, where Quibi founder Jeffrey Katzenberg The seasoned film director is already making progress on the series , having penned “five or six episodes” out of a 12-chapter saga.

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Spielberg is writing a multi-chaptered story for Quibi, designed to be watched in the middle of the night.

Steven Spielberg has a new project in the works - this time, on Quibi, an upcoming digital platform from Jeffrey Katzenberg and Meg Whitman.

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"Steven Spielberg has a super scary story," Katzenberg, who previously partnered with Spielberg to found Dreamworks (along with David Geffen), told those gathered at the Banff World Media Festival (via Deadline). "He’s actually writing it himself. Getting him to write something is fantastic."

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“ Steven Spielberg has a super scary story,” Katzenberg, who previously partnered with Spielberg to found Dreamworks (along with David Geffen), told those Katzenberg went on to say that Spielberg ’s forthcoming series will have between 10 and 12 chapters, and that the writer has penned four or five

Famed filmmaker Steven Spielberg has added yet another ambitious project to his docket: a horror series with a very specific frame of availability. As of this writing, Spielberg has already penned scripts for five or six episodes of the series , which will run for 10 to 12 episodes said to last between

Katzenberg went on to say that Spielberg's forthcoming series will have between 10 and 12 chapters, and that the writer has penned four or five chapters thus far.

Apparently, Spielberg wants Quibi subscribers only to be able to watch it at midnight, which is an interesting concept for a web series, which traditionally (SKAM excluded) are associated with a less time-specific viewing structure than traditional broadcast storytelling. The experience will be framed as "Spielberg’s After Dark presentation," and will feature a clock within the Quibi player that allows viewers to watch the chapters for a limited amount of time.

Quibi is set to launch in the U.S. on April 6th, 2020 and will cost $4.99 per month for the version with advertisements and $7.99 for the version without. Videos will be between 7 and 10 minutes in length, aimed at the 25-35 age demographic, and designed exclusively for mobile devices. There are no UK details yet.

Quibi is one of many new streaming subscription services set to be launched in the near future, the most talked about being Disney+ and the yet-to-be-named Apple TV streaming service.

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