Steven Spielberg will soon be giving life to Stanley Kubrick's screenplay about Napoleon Bonaparte - scrapped by the late film director in the 1970s.
He 66-year-old film maker told French TV network Canal+ that he would make a TV miniseries, instead of a film, about the life of the French
Emperor, the BBC reported.
Spielberg had previously collaborated with Kubrick on his 2001 movie A.I. Artificial Intelligence.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, Spielberg will develop Napoleon in conjunction with Kubrick's family.