Posted by fauzan masykur on 11:57 PM


Life story Marthin Luther King Jr.. will be appointed to the big screen. Steven Spielberg will be the leaders use stories of human rights defenders are considered as black people in the U.S..



King Estate, the company that holds the copyrights of books and speeches fenomenal King, 'I Have A Dream', has not previously been given permission Dr.King making biopic.



Spielberg and Stacey Snider, CEO of Dreamworks, will be aware of their ambition since long. They plan to use long-life story Dr.King to the silver screen. The King Estate also have to give approval.



"We feel honored, King Estate to provide the opportunity to use the history of this story," Spielberg said as quoted from Contactmusic, Wednesday 20 May 2009.



Hopes of big success. Moreover, this film is not only the story inspirasional Dr.King, but also, been chilled by the hand of Steven Spielberg.



Activist and nobel peace wholesaler, Marthin Luther King, were killed died in the Lorraine Motel, Memphis, Tennese, 4 April 1968, at the age of 39 years.



Spealberg already use to steady the story Dr. King. However, there is no scenario or kasting announced by DreamWorks.



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