There are a lot of iconic moments from eighties films, and at a few of them come from the famous Tony Scott movie Top Gun. But will they be in Top Gun 2?
The idea of a Top Gun 2 has been floating around Hollywood for nearly a decade. It flew through a rough patch of air following the 2012 suicide of original Top Gun director Tony Scott, but a couple of years later, Paramount and producer Jerry Bruckheimer hired The Jungle Book writer Justin Marks to rewrite the script. Show More Summary
In 1965, Sir Ridley Scott made his directorial debut with the short film, Boy and Bicycle. His illustrious filmmaking career began with a short that cost him $120 and starred his brother, the late Tony Scott. It led to a career that is nothing short of spectacular, one never lacking passion or permanence. Show More Summary
In between his classic 1992 film Reservoir Dogs and his hit 1994 film Pulp Fiction, Quentin Tarantino wrote the 1993 film True Romance (which was directed by Tony Scott). Now, to celebrate the film’s 25th anniversary, the soundtrack will be officially released on vinyl via Wargod/Real Gone Music. Show More Summary
Val Kilmer did his second Reddit AMA of the year yesterday, and it seems like this guy loves being in touch with the people. In addition to giving long, thoughtful anecdotes about movies he’s worked on (like the time Tony Scott put his life on the line for a great ... More »
In Fences, Denzel Washington Takes a Break from Making Crap Films by Charles Mudede O n August 19, 2012, the British director Tony Scott, the brother of Ridley Scott, and the director of David Bowie's best film performance, in The Hunger,...Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: In a long career, full of iconic performances and Oscars, that has established him on the shortlist for Greatest Living Actor, Denzel Washington may well have outdone himself with Fences, and much of it is because he has put the focus on the talent around him. Show More Summary
Anthony Edwards recently addressed the importance of Goose's death during the events of Tony Scott's Top Gun. Here's what he had to say.
Congratulations to anybody who had Tony Scott’s Enemy Of The State in Hollywood’s long-running game of Movie-To-TV Show Bingo: You’ve won yourself a new action drama on ABC. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Jerry Bruckheimer hasShow More Summary
“Enemy of the State” is the latest hit film to find an afterlife on TV. The 1998 espionage thriller, which starred Will Smith and Gene Hackman and was directed by Tony Scott, will be sequelized for ABC Studios, with original producer Jerry Bruckheimer returning. Neither Smith nor Hackman is involved...
ABC has given a put pilot commitment to drama Enemy of The State, a sequel to the 1998 Tony Scott movie, which starred Will Smith and Gene Hackman. The project hails from the film’s producer, Jerry Bruckheimer, and ABC Studios. Written...Show More Summary
In his work shooting Marlboro commercials alongside the late Tony Scott, cinematographer Paul Cameron brought a quick-cut, hyperstylized look to the American West. For Sunday night's Westworld pilot, though, he slowed things down: As Cameron explained over the phone a few days before the episode aired, he and director Jonathan ... More »
With Together Again, Jesse Hassenger looks at actors and directors who have worked together on at least three films, analyzing the nature of their collaborations. Last month, Denzel Washington starred in a remake of The Magnificent Seven. Show More Summary
The Martian and Matt Damon and his fucking name and Tony Scott and whoever else can go fuck themselves with this space-/caveman modernization of space colonialization, disco-dancing, red-beard slandering, muscle-pill addictive darkness OUT OF TOWN! Squiggle Dot got the serio on yo ass. Show More Summary
As the Internet of Things (IoT) grows to an enormous scale, new security and scalability challenges are bound to emerge. According to the chief information officer (CIO) of the federal government, Tony Scott, the issues may be fixed by implemented self aware systems and lowering the amount of data analysed. Show More Summary
After 30 years, a look back at one of Tony Scott's biggest hits and a bygone era of action.
Do you feel the need... the need for speed? “Top Gun,” which was inducted into the Library of Congress’ National Film Registry last year, turns 30 this week. Many think this Tom Cruise-starring popcorn flick from director Tony Scott is about nothing more than a cocksure aviator climbing the ranks in the Top Gun school at NAS Miramar. Show More Summary
How Tony Scott broke new ground in this unsung action thriller. Read more...
Topic: Legal Issues The White House is looking to make software code used by the federal agencies more open, sharable and reusable. In a March 10 blog post, federal CIO Tony Scott announced a new draft Federal Source Code policy that...Show More Summary
Forbes’ Rich Karlgaard in live conversation with federal government CIO Tony Scott, who has 9 months left to execute his ambitious digital agenda.