EXCLUSIVE: Upstart producer/financier Story Mining & Supply Co has teamed with Scott Free to acquired rights to the V.E. Schwab novel Vicious. SM&SC’s Jeffrey Sharp and production president Evan Hayes will produce with Ridley Scott and Michael Schaefer, along with Allison Gillogly. Show More Summary
As Paramount loads another Naked Gun, Fox is going for another ride on the Orient Express. The studio has picked up the rights to Agatha Christie‘s 1934 murder mystery Murder on the Orient Express, which was turned into an Oscar-nominated drama by Sidney Lumet in 1974. Ridley Scott is in talks to produce, along with […]
Ridley Scott joins Simon Kinberg as producer of Fox's planned re-adaptation of Agatha Christie's famous Whodunnit MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS! Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. Looks like Ridley Scott isn't slowing down. Show More Summary
As life’s luxury train rattled on into the night, producers Ridley Scott and Simon Kinberg slipped stealthily into the Fox studio and stabbed a pen into ink, which they then used to senselessly, mercilessly sign a deal to remake Murder On The Orient Express. Show More Summary
This morning the remake machine in Hollywood landed on The Naked Gun starring Ed Helms as Detective Frank Drebin, and now another one has just popped up as well. Variety reports 20th Century Fox is developing a remake of the 1974 Sidney Lumet mystery Murder on the Orient Express, an adaptation of Agatha Christie's 1934 novel of the same name. Show More Summary
Fox is on board for another ride with Murder on the Orient Express. The studio is currently in talks with Ridley Scott, Mark Gordon and Simon Kinberg to produce a remake to the 1974 detective drama from Sidney Lumet, Variety reports....Show More Summary
In adapting Agatha Christie's great mystery novel Murder on the Orient Express back in 1974, director Sidney Lumet brought together one of the best casts you could imagine. The credits were filled with great actors, the most notableShow More Summary
Aw, man, Showtime's Vatican drama is not moving forward after all, according to Deadline. Ridley Scott directed the pilot, and the show was going to star Matthew Goode as a papal secretary and Kyle Chandler as a Cardinal. Apparently the pilot was not up to snuff, though, and now we... More »
On paper, Out of the Furnace looks like it should be an Oscar contender all the way. The pedigree is all there. With producers who include Leo DiCaprio (Appian Way) and Ridley Scott (Scott Free), the film is written and directed by Crazy...Show More Summary
Proof positive that even legendary and accomplished filmmakers can’t escape broad Hollywood trends, Ridley Scott, the filmmaker behind Alien, Blade Runner, and Gladiator, has optioned a trilogy of young adult fantasy novels according to Deadline. We know Twilight, The Hunger Games and The Mortal Instruments have all been taken, so what’s Sir Ridley going to […]
Just as no young male actor seems to get anywhere these days without toplining his own comic book franchise, few directors at the moment seem immune to the allure of YA adaptations. The latest to jump on the angsty-teen wagon is Ridley Scott, who’s just optioned the fantasy novel Fae. Hit the jump for more details […]
EXCLUSIVE: Ridley Scott has optioned screen rights to Fae, the young adult fantasy bestseller written by sibling authors Colet and Jasmine Abedi. The title was published last summer by Diversion Books and is the first in a trilogy. Protagonist...Show More Summary
Superfans of Ridley Scott's Blade Runner finally have something new to obsess over: a limited-edition zine featuring stunning artwork inspired by the film. Lurking in dystopian corners of the Internet are superfans of Ridley Scott's Blade Runner. Show More Summary
When I sat down with Christian Bale in Los Angeles a few weeks ago, he'd just flown in from shooting Ridley Scott's Exodus in Spain, and the Dark Knight Rises star (who had just learned about Batkid) admitted to feeling a little jet-lagged. Still, the fatigue vanished as soon as... More »
Happy Birthday to Kaley Cuoco! She’s 28 today. Let’s see who else is celebrating a birthday. Actor Efrem Zimbalist Jr. is 95. Actor Robert Guillaume is 86. Director Ridley Scott is 76. Bassist Roger Glover of Deep Purple is 68. … Continue reading »
“In space, no one can hear you scream” was the tag line for Ridley Scott’s breakthrough 1979 sci-fi flick, “Alien.” With the Federal Communications Commission’s decision to revisit its 22-year ban on using cellphones in flight on passenger planes, that could change. Oh, joy, was my first thought. Show More Summary
AMC hopes to continue their roll with two new genre series, one of which is produced by "The Walking Dead's" Greg Nicotero and Ridley Scott. Said series are titled "Knifeman" and "Galyntine". Set in 18th century London, "Knifeman' will...Show More Summary
Ridley Scott’s classic film Blade Runner, now more than 30 years after its original release, has been reimagined in dream-like watercolor. Swedish artist Anders Ramsell created 12,597 aquarelle watercolor paintings in his Blade Runner: The Aquarelle Edition.
This behind-the-scenes photo from Gladiator reveals the giant fake tiger director Ridley Scott threw at actor Russell Crowe. Which looks like it was purchased from Toys R' Us. In other news, Scott cancelled his plans for a series of scifi shorts with Machinima. Which is a shame. Image via Univseral Pictures. Read more...
A planned collaboration between Ridley Scott's production company and Machinima to bring science fiction film shorts to the popular YouTube channel has fizzled.