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Enter Steven Spielberg's world! Showcase of legendary filmmaker's films streaming on SonyLIV

Experience Steven Spielberg's masterpieces with this spectacular lineup of films now streaming on SonyLIV, also on OTTplay Premium.

Enter Steven Spielberg's world! Showcase of legendary filmmaker's films streaming on SonyLIV
Lincoln; The Fabelmans

Last Updated: 07.19 PM, May 03, 2024


Discover Steven Spielberg's filmmaking creativity with this electrifying compilation of his most famous films, now streaming on SonyLIV. The filmmaker has a remarkable talent for storytelling and directing creative films that will captivate audiences with their thrilling historical dramas, exciting adventures, and nail-biting political thrillers.

Immerse yourself in the Cold War era with Bridge of Spies and The Post, succumb to the enchantment of Close Encounters of the Third Kind and The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn, and embark on breathtaking adventures with Hook, Lincoln, The BFG, and War Horse. With enthralling stories, iconic characters, and memorable cinematic moments, Spielberg proves once again that he is a brilliant storyteller.

Come watch the legendary films on SonyLIV (OTTplay Premium), showing the lasting impact of a cinematic legend.

Steven Spielberg films to watch on SonyLIV

Bridge of Spies


Steven Spielberg produced and directed Bridge of Spies, a 2015 historical drama film starring Tom Hanks, Mark Rylance, Amy Ryan, and Alan Alda.

The film takes place during the Cold War and follows the story of James B. Donovan (Tom Hanks), a lawyer. The US assigns Donovan the task of negotiating the exchange of Rudolf Abel (Mark Rylance), a Soviet KGB spy, for the release of Francis Gary Powers (Austin Stowell), a convicted CIA pilot who shot down his U-2 spy plane over the Soviet Union in 1960. The Glienicke Bridge, which links Potsdam and Berlin and was the site of the prisoner exchange, is named after the location in the film.

Close Encounters of the Third Kind

Steven Spielberg produced and directed the science fiction drama film Close Encounters of the Third Kind in 1977. The film had an ensemble cast including Richard Dreyfuss, Melinda Dillon, Teri Garr, Bob Balaban, Cary Guffey, and François Truffaut.

An ordinary blue-collar worker named Roy Neary (Richard Dreyfuss) from Indiana has had his life turned upside down after he had an encounter with a UFO. After witnessing UFOs, a queue worker feels an irresistible pull to a remote wilderness spot where a miracle is about to unfold.


James V. Hart and Malia Scotch Marmo wrote the fantasy adventure movie Hook, which Steven Spielberg directed and released in 1991. Among the cast members are Dustin Hoffman (Captain Hook), Julia Roberts (Tinker Bell), Bob Hoskins (Mr. Smee), and Maggie Smith (Grandma Wendy). Robin Williams plays the role of Peter Banning, aka Peter Pan.

This one is based on J. M. Barrie's 1911 book, Peter and Wendy, and follows an adult Peter Pan who has lost touch with his youth. Under his new identity, Peter Banning, he has a wife (Wendy's granddaughter) and two children, but he is a boring, overworked lawyer who lacks imagination. But he goes back to Neverland to save his children when his old enemy, Captain Hook, abducts them. He grows into a better guy and regains access to his memories as he travels.


Steven Spielberg produced and directed the 2012 biographical historical drama Lincoln, which stars Daniel Day-Lewis as Abraham Lincoln, the president of the United States. It features a number of supporting actors, including David Strathairn, Tommy Lee Jones, James Spader, Hal Holbrook, and Joseph Gordon-Levitt. The Tony Kushner script, based on Doris Kearns Goodwin's 2005 biography, Team of Rivals: The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln, depicts the final four months of Abraham Lincoln's life.

The film follows Lincoln as he spearheads the drive to have the Thirteenth Amendment to the US Constitution ratified by the House of Representatives in January 1865, ending slavery and involuntary servitude.

The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn

Hergé's comic book series inspired the 2011 animated epic action-adventure film The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn. The film was produced by Steven Spielberg, who also served as the director, Peter Jackson, and Kathleen Kennedy. Joe Cornish, Edgar Wright, and Steven Moffat collaborated on the script. Andy Serkis, Daniel Craig, and Jamie Bell feature in the film.

A hazardous pursuit ensues in the film when Ivan Ivanovitch Sakharine (Craig), a descendent of Sir Francis' archenemy Red Rackham, goes after Tintin (Bell), Snowy, and Captain Haddock (Serkis) in their quest to find the treasure of the Unicorn, a ship that Sir Francis Haddock's ancestor previously led.


Based on Roald Dahl's 1982 book of the same name, Steven Spielberg co-produced and directed the fantasy adventure film The BFG (2016) with Melissa Mathison. Penelope Wilton, Ruby Barnhill (making her film debut), Mark Rylance, Rebecca Hall, Rafe Spall, Bill Hader, and Jemaine Clement are among the film's stars.

The film follows ten-year-old orphan Sophie (Barnhill) as she forms an unlikely friendship with a benign giant named "Big Friendly Giant." (Rylance) Together, they travel to Giant Country to combat the invasion of man-eating giants.

The Fabelmans

Steven Spielberg directed The Fabelmans, a coming-of-age drama film set in 2022. The film is semi-autobiographical, based on Spielberg's formative years as a filmmaker and his experiences as an adolescent. Grace Kelly, Paul Dano, Judd Hirsch, and Gabriel LaBelle are among the supporting cast members. Spielberg dedicates the film to his real-life parents, Arnold Spielberg, who passed away in 2020, and Leah Adler, who passed away in 2017.

The protagonist, a young guy named Sammy Fabelman (Gabriel LaBelle), is an aspiring filmmaker who uses his films to get insight into his troubled family and the people around him. A story of loss, redemption, and the possibility of a better future awaits the dreamer in every one of us in The Fabelmans.

The Post

The Washington Post and the Pentagon Papers publication are the subjects of the 2017 political thriller film The Post. Liz Hannah and Josh Singer penned the screenplay, and Steven Spielberg served as both director and producer. Meryl Streep plays Washington Post publisher Katharine Graham, while Tom Hanks plays the post's longtime executive editor, Ben Bradlee. Supporting cast members include Bob Odenkirk, Tracy Letts, Bradley Whitford, David Cross, Bruce Greenwood, Carrie Coon, Alison Brie, and Matthew Rhys.

Taking place in 1971, The Post tells the true story of the efforts by journalists at The Washington Post to publish the notorious Pentagon Papers. These papers dealt with classified information about the US government's 20-year involvement in the Vietnam War and earlier involvement in French Indochina, which began in the 1940s.

War Horse

Steven Spielberg produced and directed the 2011 war drama film War Horse. Lee Hall and Richard Curtis wrote the screenplay. Both the novel by Michael Morpurgo (1982) and the stage adaptation (2007) serve as its foundation. Jeremy Irvine (making his feature film debut), Emily Watson, Niels Arestrup, David Thewlis, Tom Hiddleston, and Benedict Cumberbatch are all part of the ensemble cast.

Joey, a bay Irish Hunter horse fostered by British youngster Albert (Irvine), is the protagonist of this pre- and post-WWI novel. Joey is purchased by the British Army, and the horse meets many people across Europe as he experiences the horrors of war.

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