“Jaws” director Steven Spielberg, who made the film in 1981, said the next film he would make would be “Jawbreakers” — a horror film that imagines a shark attack on a small island.
The film, based on a novel by Thomas Wolfe, is based on the 1973 novel by Peter Straub and is scheduled for release in 2019.
In an interview with The Wall St. Journal, Spielberg said that in his next movie he would try to do something similar.
“We’ll see how that works,” he said.
“It’ll be a very different kind of movie, and I’m not going to make a bad movie, just like I don’t want to make the kind of movies that I made, like, the shark movie.”
Spielberg has already said he would like to do a sequel to “JAWBREAKERS.”
“I want to do the sequel, so that’s a no-brainer,” Spielberg said.
The filmmaker, who has made a career off making movies that are based on popular books and popular novels, also said he has been approached about directing a live-action remake of “Javas” — another film that inspired his latest film.
“I’ve had a couple of calls and we’ll see what happens,” Spielberg told the Journal.
“There’s always something new to try.
I’ll definitely do something new.”
Spielberg also said the best thing about his career so far is the people he’s worked with.
“That’s been great,” he told the Wall St of Journal.
I get to work with some really great people.
They’re all good people, and they’re all doing great things.”
He added that his work has been “pretty magical” and he hopes his film can “keep bringing people together.”