Spielberg looks thoughtful during his speech at Harvard University commencement exercises, Thursday, May 26, 2016, in Cambridge, Mass.
AP Photo/Steven Senne
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The iconic "Jaws" and "E.T". director fondly recounted his formative years in the industry as he launched a newly refurbished multimillion-dollar cinema at Universal Studios in southern California.The sentiment may encourage purists upset by Spielberg's backing of Screening Room – a new at-home streaming movie service proposal that set some of the industry's most influential filmmakers at loggerheads over the future of cinema.Last month, Nolan told CinemaCon, the theater-owners' annual gathering in Las Vegas, that showing his movies on the big screen was his focus.While Spielberg believes there is room for both home and theatrical movie releases, he offered a nostalgic window into his own upbringing in the cinema industry of old Hollywood.
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