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You can live like Steven Spielberg – for $150K a month

You can live like Steven Spielberg – for $150K a month

THAT'S A NICE HOUSE: Steven Spielberg just raised the rent. Photo: Associated Press

Steve Spielberg has put his Malibu, California beach pad up for lease for a whopping $150,000-per-month.

The seven-bedroom, ocean-front compound on Broad Beach comes with a two-bedroom guest house, swimming pool, spa, library and state-of-the-art movie theatre.

Tenants will also find themselves rubbing shoulders with famous neighbors like Pierce Brosnan, Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell, Dustin Hoffman and Danny DeVito, according to RealEstalker.com.

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