As many great films as Ridley Scott has made in a wide variety of genres, he will arguably be forever known for his contributions to science-fiction. After all, the guy did make both Alien and Blade Runner, unquestionably two of the most influential and iconic sci-fi stories ever told in cinema. Show More Summary
It was a day of revelation for 20th Century Fox as they unlocked the vault and let loose lots of unseen footage from some very big names. And yes, I am also talking about you too, Charlie Brown. The studio, basking in the glow stillShow More Summary
LAS VEGAS — "I am gonna have to science the shit out of this," says stranded NASA astronaut Mark Watney (Matt Damon) in the first-ever footage from The Martian, which debuted Thursday morning at CinemaCon Ridley Scott's space-rescueShow More Summary
A first look at the Ridley Scott Mars castaway movie.
How Thomas Harris and Ridley Scott went big - and insane - for the sequel to a cultural phenomenon.
If you were to make a list of some of the most iconic ads that have ever graced the television you’re likely to put Apple’s 1984 spot in the list. It was directed by Ridley Scott for the company’s first Macintosh, a device that had a...Show More Summary
Am I the only one who isn’t enamored with Ryan Gosling? He’s sort of bland, and I always feel like I’m watching Gosling instead of the character he’s supposed to be portraying. I loved him in Drive, but haven’t found anything that excited me since. Now, he’s in negotiations to star in the Blade Runner […]
When I first saw the trailers for Ridley Scott’s Exodus: Gods and Kings, I was immediately excited to see that there was going to be a new, modern film adaptation of the historical Moses and the story of the Great Exodus, a topic near and dear to...
With their latest film bowing at Tribeca tonight, Anna Sandilands and Ewan McNicol have joined Ridley Scott & Associates. The duo, who co-own Seattle-based documentary production company Lucid Inc., are in NYC for the world premiere of their Southern gothic tale Uncertain. Show More Summary
Harrison Ford is still set to play Rick Deckard. Ridley Scott is credited as executive producer. Denis Villeneuve (Prisoners) is slated to direct.
It looks like another actor has been cast - Ryan Gosling will be co-starring opposite Harrison Ford. Read the full article on AICN Hey guys! Horrorella here... Some exciting casting news! The long-discussed sequel to Ridley Scott's BLADE RUNNER is heading toward production. Show More Summary
Ryan Gosling is in talks to star in a 'Blade Runner' sequel directed by Denis Villeneuve and produced by Ridley Scott. [...]
The sequel to Ridley Scott's Sci-Fi classic packs major star power.
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Ryan Gosling, an actor with a demonstrated ability to look cool driving through the neon-lit streets of Los Angeles at night, is currently in talks to star in Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner sequel, Deadline reports. Few other details are...Show More Summary
The actor is in talks to star opposite Harrison Ford in the followup to Ridley Scott’s 1982 sci-fi classic.
BREAKING: Ryan Gosling is in negotiations to star in Alcon Entertainment's sequel to Blade Runner, the film that will be directed by Prisoners helmer Denis Villeneuve. Ridley Scott, who directed the original classic, is aboard as executive producer. Show More Summary
“When you’ve got nothing to lose, there’s nothing you won’t try.” When it comes to Alien, what the hell does that even mean? At no point during Ridley Scott’s sci-fi/horror masterpiece would I even once thing that was an appropriate tagline! However, back when ABC aired the movie on TV, the first time it appeared […]
EXCLUSIVE: Ridley Scott has teamed with Giannina Facio and Colet Abedi to option Dying To Be Me, the bestselling book by Anita Moorjani. They will produce through Ridley Scott Films and Cara Films Ltd. In the book, Moorjani writes of her four-year battle against cancer, when she felt she was near the end. Show More Summary
This article is part of Humanity and the Machine, our exploration of the cinematic interactions between humans and self-aware machines. No conversation about artificial intelligence in movies is complete without the inclusion of Ridley Scott‘s 1982 classic, Blade Runner. Show More Summary