CBS is developing a drama project from Ridley Scott, the filmmaker behind a varied string of acclaimed features including “Blade Runner,” “Alien,” “Thelma & Louise,” “Gladiator” and “The Martian.” In an exclusive, Variety reports that the new project is a legal...
There’s been approximately 50 million different cuts of Blade Runner since it first released, but we finally have the definitive version of Ridley Scott’s vision: the MS Paint cut. More »
There’s been approximately 50 million different cuts of Blade Runner since it first released, but we finally have the definitive version of Ridley Scott’s vision: the MS Paint cut. Read more...
Despite the English roots and fanciful narratives of the filmmaker being honored, presenters doling out the praise for director Ridley Scott at the 30th American Cinematheque Award ceremony couldn’t pass up the opportunity to crack jokes at the current American political climate. Australian actor Russell...
“Hello American Cinematheque. Let’s grab this night by the pussy,” said host Russell Crowe as he opened the festivities honoring Sir Ridley Scott Friday night at the Beverly Hilton with the 30th American Cinematheque Award. “Before we begin I have been asked to make sure that each and every one of you are properly registered to vote. Show More Summary
Some of Hollywood's biggest stars honored British director Ridley Scott as he was handed the American Cinematique Award to mark an illustrious career spanning five decades. The legendary director, who was behind "Alien", "Blade Runner",...Show More Summary
Michael Doret's unused Alien title treatment oozes with menace, but does it give a little too much away about the design of the infamous xenomorph? The post Unused Logo for Ridley Scott’s Alien is Scary Gorgeous appeared first on CBR.com.
Yup, that's definitely a Giger-esque title reatment. Read more...
There’s nothing all that remarkable about the title treatment for Ridley Scott’s Alien, which consists of simple white letters that ominously appear on screen, piece by piece, during the opening credits. Nothing flashy. Nothing extreme. Just simple, eerie, and to the point – which pretty well sums up the movie as a whole, doesn’t it? […]
"I need the old Blade Runner." This isn't exactly new, but it is a fun trailer to watch if you've never seen it. Chet Desmond has cut a special "classic film noir" version of the trailer for Ridley Scott's seminal sci-fi Blade Runner from 1982 starring Harrison Ford. Show More Summary
Blade Runner was made by Ridley Scott partly as an homage to classic film noir movies like The Maltese Falcon, The Big Sleep, and The Woman in the Window. This trailer turns the noir factor up to 11; aside from a shot or two here and there, it portrays a film that could have been made in the 40s. (via one perfect shot) Tags: Blade Runner movies remix trailers video
Viral marketing is a pretty hit or miss business. Hollywood’s current king of viral campaigns, Ridley Scott, has lured audiences to his films by putting out video campaigns before his movies — before Prometheus, he released a few “ads”...Show More Summary
"Are you not entertained?" Alec Baldwin channeled Ridley Scott's Gladiator to thoroughly skewer Donald Trump's latest—and perhaps worst—scandal on the cold open to "Saturday Night Live," featuring a jubilant Hillary Clinton and an unrepentant...Show More Summary
It’s been 34 years since the release of Ridley Scott’s cyberpunk masterpiece, Blade Runner, and it looks like he’s ready to recreate the magic again with a sequel. Blade Runner 2049 will arrive in theaters on October 6, 2017 – exactly a year from now. Show More Summary
Plus, a photo of Harrison Ford and Ryan Gosling on set with Denis Villeneuve and Ridley Scott.
Warner Bros. Pictures alerted LRM that they have a title for the upcoming to Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner. The film will be called Blade Runner 2049, which is being directed by Denis Villeneuve (Arrival, Sicario, Prisoners) from a screenplay...Show More Summary
There’s some interesting news for the Blade Runner sequel making the Internet rounds. Ridley Scott, Harrison Ford, and Ryan Gosling join director Denise Villeneuve to announce the official title and release date for the long-awaited, or long dreaded depending on your view-point on sequels. Check out the tweet below. 2049 is just one year away.#BladeRunner […]
Director Denis Villeneuve's continuation of the Ridley Scott classic hits theaters October 2017. And now we know what it's called. The post So. About That Title for the Blade Runner Sequel… appeared first on WIRED.
Ryan Gosling and Harrison Ford join director Denis Villeneuve, and Ridley Scott in the first official photo from Blade Runner 2049.
Arriving Oct. 6, 2017, the sequel to Ridley Scott's 1982 sci-fi classic stars Harrison Ford, Ryan Gosling, Robin Wright, Jared Leto and more. The post Blade Runner Sequel Finally Has a Title appeared first on CBR.com.