Steven Spielberg 'Never' Thinks About Retiring

'Adventures of Tintin' and 'War Horse' director tells MTV News, 'I don't feel any different than when I was 12 years old making movies.'

In looking at Oscar-winner Steven Spielberg's résumé or IMDb page, it's the stuff of two or three careers, not just one. Who knows when the man sleeps, as he has not one but two highly anticipated, expected-to-be-blockbuster films in theaters this holiday season: "The Adventures of Tintin" and "War Horse."

Not that we anticipate he'll slow down anytime soon, with "Lincoln" and "Robopocalypse" set to hit theaters in 2012 and 2013, respectively — not to mention the slew of films on which he serves as a producer, plus the constant rumblings about the possibility of more "Indiana Jones" and "Jurassic Park" movies.

When MTV News sat down with the prolific director recently during the press day for "Tintin," we asked his thoughts about slowing down.

"I never think about being tapped out or retiring. Even though I'm turning 65 in a matter of a week, I never think about that; it just doesn't occur to me," he replied. "I just love so much the work and the discovery: the whole process of discovering a new story, a new way to shoot a film, working with new actors I've always wanted to work with and never got a chance to until now. And so, for me, every day is a new day, every day is exciting.

"And I don't feel any different than when I was 12 years old making movies with my dad's 8-millimeter movie camera: I've got that same kind of percolation every time I get onto a set."

Check out everything we've got on "The Adventures of Tintin" and "War Horse."

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