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.
While horror hounds might be more familiar with David Bowie and Tony Scott’s moody, macabre vampire film THE HUNGER, far less are familiar with their reunion on the second season premiere of THE HUNGER. While unrelated to the film in content, the themes and visual style are quite similar on the series, which is closer […]
Overwhelmingly beautiful but cold, Tony Scott’s The Hunger, once dismissed back in the day, now resounds as a seminal film of the vampire genre. Consciously aloof, Scott seemed to be striving for what Ridley Scott strove for in his early days, expressive, moody and supremely visual tone pieces. Show More Summary
Highway to the danger zone! After years of talk about a Top Gun sequel, and some sad news and setbacks with the tragic death of director Tony Scott, it looks as though we're getting closer than ever before to satisfying our need for speed! Video: Fuller House Featurette Brings The Tanners Back Together! Sure, last summer we got [...]
Jerry Bruckheimer went on Twitter to tout a meeting with his Top Gun star Tom Cruise about the long-in-the-works sequel to the iconic 1986 action movie directed by Tony Scott. Bruckheimer flew down to New Orleans to meet with Cruise and talk about a possible plot line, we’re told. Show More Summary
In the busy chaos of the holiday season, it's important to sit back every so often and appreciate those quiet moments that make this time of year special. With a group of Instagram users, Tony Scott embarked on a nighttime photo walk at the Queen Mary in Long Beach with a mission to capture such...
A sequel to the fighter jet action thriller Top Gun has been gestating for years, but the project hit a snag a few years ago when director Tony Scott tragically passed away. But when Jerry Bruckheimer struck a new deal at Paramount Pictures,...Show More Summary
You may not have heard of Tony Scott, but that may change next week. Over the past 16 years, he served as the chief information officer (CIO) for both Microsoft and Walt Disney, and from 1999-2005 he was the chief technology officer of information systems and services at General Motors Corporation. Show More Summary
It's not unique to the federal government," said Tony Scott, who spent 35 years in the private sector running systems at companies such as Microsoft Corp, Walt Disney Co and General Motors Co. Scott was named as the federal CIO in February and knew from the start that stepping up cyber defenses would be a focus. Show More Summary