May 25, 1999 12:00 AM

Steven Spielberg, who’s been associated with seven of the biggest grossing films of all time, told the Los Angeles Times that he would love to see the studios stop advertising how much money a particular movie has made. He says box office grosses should not be the only reason people make movies. Spielberg also said that, despite reports to the contrary, he is going to make “Memoirs of a Geisha.” He says he just doesn’t want to bring the movie out at the turn of the century, which he likens to Mardi Gras in the movie business.

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