SPY GAME (2001)Robert Redford, Brad Pitt, director: Tony Scott (Director)Retiring CIA agent Nathan Muir recalls his training of Tom Bishop while working against agency politics to free him from his Chinese captors.Reading the reviews...Show More Summary
A career retrospective of a director who knew what his viewers wanted and always delivered.
Another year, another new director for Narco Sub. As of now Brian Kirk (Game of Thrones) is set to helm the long-gestating action thriller, which started out as a Tony Scott project back in the day. And now that a director is in place, the film is also closing in on a star. Show More Summary
The United State’s newly appointed CIO – ex VMware Inc. man Tony Scott – has launched a new initiative aimed at making HTTPS the standard protocol for all.gov websites. HTTPS stands for Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure, and offers what’s … Continue reading ?
Last December, Tony Scott and a couple of friends were out and about in downtown Los Angeles, when they took a moment to pose by what Scott calls a “favorite and iconic street scene for photographers,” near Walt Disney Concert Hall.
Juniper Network's CIO, Bask Iyer, is leaving Juniper to become the new CIO at VMware, sources tell Business Insider. At VMware, Iyer is replacing Tony Scott, who was recently appointed to the role of US CIO for the Obama administration. Show More Summary
Kevin Costner has a new film opening this week, and I’ve already forgotten about it. That’s probably a bit too harsh as I’ll watch anything starring Costner, and he’s also someone who’s starred in more movies I find it impossible toShow More Summary
Barack Obama might be a bit of a lame duck President these days, but he does at least get to decide who’s in charge of the government’s IT operations. And to hammer that point home, he’s just gone and appointed … Continue reading ?
VMware’s Tony Scott has been chosen to become the next U.S. chief information officer, according to a White House announcement on Thursday. Scott will follow in the footsteps of previous U.S…
The highway to the danger zone is now paved with shiny foil posters. Odd City Entertainment announced that they’ve teamed with Paramount Pictures to make an officially licensed poster for Tony Scott‘s iconic action film, Top Gun. Popular...Show More Summary
Ubisoft's latest slice of history asks us to slay Paris. The Creed series often feels like Forrest Gump as directed by Tony Scott, the kind of game's where Tom Hanks' lovable simpleton, instead of shaking JFK's hand, would be recast as his hooded shooter, eliminating a fiendish Templar doubleagent with what would probably be an actual magic bullet. Show More Summary
Clarinetist Tony Scott wasn't a fan of vibrato. Adding it would only have smoothed out his sound and landed him in the shadow of Artie Shaw and Buddy DeFranco. Instead, he preferred to stand out with a hoarse, stripped down,...
Paramount and Jerry Bruckheimer have been batting around the idea of Top Gun 2 for years—it’s been served by original screenwriter Christopher McCurrie, set up by the late Tony Scott, and gently bopped by The Town’s Peter Craig and X-Men: First Class’ Ashley Miller and Zack Stentz. Show More Summary
Top Gun 2 was getting ready to take flight when the 2012 death of Tony Scott left the project grounded. But now it’s preparing to try and launch again. Justin Marks, the writer of Disney’s upcoming The Jungle Book, has been entered talks for the sequel. Show More Summary
Even the tragic early death of director Tony Scott can't slow down the progress of Top Gun 2 - a sequel to the massively successful 1980 drama - and today comes news that the movie is taking another big step towards actually gettingShow More Summary
"Top Gun 2," the sequel to Tony Scott and Jerry Bruckheimer's "Top Gun" was supposed to get a 2014 release but has been delayed since Scott's suicide in 2012.
The long-gestating thriller 'Narco Sub' explores the submersible crafts used by cartels to smuggle drugs in and out of the country. [...]
Following the death of Top Gun director Tony Scott, several projects were left in limbo. One such film was the crime thriller Narco Sub, set in the dangerous world of drug smuggling. The title refers to custom-made ocean-going self-propelled submersible vessel built by drug traffickers to smuggle drugs, usually from Colombia to Mexico. Show More Summary
“The 50 Best Horror Movies You’ve Never Seen” retrospective is out now on VOD/iTunes/Amazon, we we’ve got an exclusive clip that focuses on Tony Scott’s 1983 vampire classic, The Hunger, which stars Catherine Deneuve, David Bowie and Susan Sarandon. “The 50 Best Horror Movies You’ve Never Seen,” from director Anthony Masi, focuses on 50 lesser-known […]
In defiance of the ancient prophecy “when gearhead and meathead are one, the end of days has begun,” Entourage writer-producer Rob Weiss is taking over the production of Fox 2000’s Hell’s Angels. The film is based on the life of Hell’s...Show More Summary