It looks like Top Gun II is back on again after the death of Tony Scott shot the sequel project down to earth in a ball of flames. Our sister site i09 has it that Top Gun II's plot will feature Tom Cruise proving that a human in the cockpit still cannot be beat by a drone. Show More Summary
Top Gun 2 continues to be the unnecessary sequel to an unnecessary original film that just won’t quit—despite the suicide of original director Tony Scott in 2012, the fact that it’s been nearly 30 years since the Cold War-based original film, and that Tom Cruise isn’t the guaranteed box office draw he once was, producer [...]
Despite the passing of Tony Scott in 2012, Top Gun 2 somehow remains a priority for producer Jerry Bruckheimer. The follow-up to the 1986 air-fighting drama was a touchstone of the era, which is to say that it’s dated and no one is really expecting or looking for a follow-up. Show More Summary
Thirty years on and without original director Tony Scott, Jerry Bruckheimer's desire to make a Top Gun sequel has not changed. Naval fighter weapons technology has changed a lot, however, so Top Gun 2 is going to have both Tom Cruise and drones. "The concept is basically, are the pilots... More »
Top Gun 2 was thought to be on a fast track, until it was derailed by Tony Scott’s suicide in August 2012. Later it was reported that the producers’ energies had shifted to making a 3D re-release of the original Top Gun, which hasn’t happened yet either. But if this latest Jerry Bruckheimer interview is to be believed, the idea for Top Gun 2 isn’t dead yet.
Catherine Deneuve is best remembered in the Horror genre for her paranoid performance as Carol in Roman Polanski's classic thriller, Repulsion. She would later play a seducing role as the vampiric Miriam Blaylock in Tony Scott's The Hunger, from 1983. Which is your favorite performance by Catherine Deneuve?
Though director Tony Scott is no longer with us, he left behind a legacy of spectacular films that will inspire generations of cinephiles and filmmakers. One such gem is True Romance, arguably the best film that Scott directed in his all too short career. Show More Summary
Odd City Entertainment is making the best of their True Romance license, releasing a second poster from the iconic 1993 Tony Scott film. We’re proud to exclusively debut this poster by rising Polish star Gabz, which shows many of the film’s signature characters and moments wrapped in the true symbol of romance: Cupid. Plus, in […]
When people talk about their favorite Quentin Tarantino movies, some ask “Does True Romance count?” Directed by Tony Scott, True Romance was one of Tarantino’s earliest screenplays and though he didn’t direct it, it totally feels like him. The tale of a slacker named Clarence (Christian Slater) and the love of his life Alabama (Patricia […]
Back in September, the Tony Scott classic True Romance turned 20 years old with little celebration, and it seems that there are people out there who think that’s as great of a crime as driving around with cocaine all over your face.Show More Summary
Inside Llewelyn Davis is a movie. Its producers ran a full-page ad (price: $70k!) in the NYT which featured litte more than the above tweet, from critic Tony Scott.
What a collaboration! The muscular cinematic brauniness of Tony Scott, matched up with the idiosyncratic voice of Quentin Tarantino. Tony Scott masterfully pumps up Tarantino’s Godard-influenced lovers-turned-criminals road movie into a (pun not intended) breathless action picture full of wit, pathos and that bold Tony Scott panache. Show More Summary
Every day, Watch This offers staff recommendations inspired by a new movie coming out that week. This week: The time-travel rom-com About Time and time-travel family movie Free Birds have us revisiting older, better time-travel movies. Déjà...Show More Summary
Watching entire movies is so tiresome. It takes hours. Who has that much free time? Why not watch a movie like Top Gun, Tony Scott's 1986 fighter pilot/volleyball epic, compressed to 40 seconds with no sound as one amazing animated.GIF? Read more...
The rumblings of a critical debate (or is it grumblings?) have already surrounded Ridley Scott's "The Counselor." A script by Cormac McCarthy ("The Road") helmed by the director of "Thelma and Louise" should have been a sufficient enough marketing opportunity for 20th Century Fox to capitalize on as they rolled it out during awards season. Show More Summary
This is another edition of Short Starts, where we present a weekly short film(s) from the start of a filmmaker or actor’s career. It’s not often we see a short film debut by someone of Ridley Scott‘s generation. And even if one does exist and is made available on the Internet, the copy tends to be poor quality. Show More Summary
On the surface, The Counselor has all the ingredients of a traditional Tony Scott film, and not one helmed by the late director’s older sibling. The somewhat-sophisticated Sir Ridley Scott favors larger-scale epics (think Gladiator or...Show More Summary
This scene. It doesn't belong to Tony Scott (RIP) anymore. It is Archer's through and through. The guys behind the FX show remade the iconic scene shot-for-shot and everything about it is perfect. [Archer] Read more...
Fox’s Narco Sub is almost ready to get moving again. Doug Liman is in early talks to direct the thriller, which was set up with Tony Scott before his passing. The studio been trying to find a replacement for some time, and Joe Carnahan was reportedly circling at one point. The title Narco Sub refers [...]
Doug Liman is in talks to direct the action-thriller Narco Sub for 20th Century Fox. The late filmmaker Tony Scott was previously attached to direct the film. The film tells the story of a captain’s son who is kidnapped by … Continue reading ? The post Doug Liman In Talks To Helm ‘Narco Sub’ appeared first on Latino-Review.com.