World premieres from filmmakers Roland Emmerich, Ridley Scott, Stephen Frears and many more The post Toronto International Film Festival Announces First Round of Titles appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Ridley Scott's sci-fi thriller The Martian, starring Matt Damon as a stranded astronaut, and Black Mass, a Seventies-era crime drama about notorious Boston mobster Whitey Bulger (played by Johnny Depp), are among the first crop of movies announced for this year's Toronto International Film Festival. The Martian — based on the bestseller...
Come the second Thursday of September, the city of Toronto will once again play host to a teeming mass of movie stars, movie fans, movie directors, movie critics, and people who just want to scream the names of that first group while jostling for a glimpse of them in their best eveningwear. Show More Summary
Moore has apparently been secretly making a new documentary titled Where to Invade Next and it's among the premieres for TIFF this year "New Movies From Michael Moore, Ridley Scott Among Toronto Film Fest Debuts" was originally published on Film School Rejects for our wonderful readers to enjoy. Show More Summary
Ridley Scott, Jay Roach and Michael Moore are among the big-name filmmakers who will have world-premiere movies at the Toronto International Film Festival next month, organizers said Tuesday.
Canadian filmmaker Jean-Marc Vallee’s Demolition, starring Jake Gyllenhaal, Naomi Watts and Chris Cooper, will open the 40th edition of the Toronto Film Festival. The fest announced its first titles today at a news conference presided over by TIFF director and chief executive Piers Handling and artistic director Cameron Bailey. Show More Summary
This weekend, I happened upon the recent re-release trailer for Blade Runner (The Final Cut). The Final Cut version of the film, the only one where director Ridley Scott had full artistic control, was first released in 2007, but this...Show More Summary
As reported by Variety, Ridley Scott’s Scott Free Films has picked up the adaptation rights to Savages author Don Winslow’s latest novel, The Cartel. The book is about two childhood friends who grew apart when one joined the DEA and the other joined Mexico’s Sonora drug cartel, which is always hard on a friendship. Show More Summary
Don Winslow's novel "The Cartel" has been drawing attention not just for its glowing reviews, but from an odd coincidence -- the book was partially inspired by Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, the drug lord who escaped from a Mexican prison earlier this month.
Well, that was fast. According to The Internet, Hollywood director Ridley Scott is teaming up with studio giant Fox to produce a novel paralleling the life of escaped Mexican drug lord Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzman. Details are still sketchy, but Mexican twitteratti are already full of … Continue reading ?
DiCaprio is expected to star in the Don Winslow adaptation, which will be directed by Ridley Scott "Leonardo DiCaprio Might Get Super Serious Again for The Cartel" was originally published on Film School Rejects for our wonderful readers to enjoy. Show More Summary
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20th Century Fox has won the rights to Don Winslow's 'The Cartel', with Ridley Scott set to direct and Leonardo DiCaprio eyed to star.
Savages screenwriter Shane Salerno will adapt the best seller The post Ridley Scott Takes on The Cartel, Leonardo DiCaprio Courted to Star appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Ridley Scott may go back to the drug trade at some point in the future. The director explored some ugly inevitabilities of the drug trade in The Counselor, and now he is signed to make a film based on Don Winslow‘s recent novel The Cartel. Show More Summary
Fueled by Ridley Scott’s commitment to direct, Fox won an auction for screen rights to The Cartel, the new Don Winslow drug epic that settles the score between DEA agent Art Keller and Mexican drug kingpin Adan Berrera, a battle that began with Winslow’s 2006 novel The Power of the Dog. Show More Summary
'Alien' star Sigourney Weaver claims 'Alien vs Predator' was the reason her character died, and kept Ridley Scott from returning to the franchise.
Ridley Scott's 1979 sci-fi film Alien is one of the scariest movies ever made. However, the most recent installments of the franchise, Alien vs. Predator and Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem, didn't exactly set the world on fire. One individual they failed to impress is series star Sigourney Weaver, who is not a fan. Show More Summary
Welcome to Random Roles, wherein we talk to actors about the characters who defined their careers. The catch: They don’t know beforehand what roles we’ll ask them to talk about. The actor: It’s a familiar story within the fraternityShow More Summary
Ever since Neill Blomkamp announced he'd be interested in making a new Alien film, our hopes for a proper return to that world were resurrected. After the disappointment of Ridley Scott's (shiny!) Prometheus, all we really wanted was to snatch...