MotorWeek is looking back on one of Ford's early forays into turbocharging with a review of the 1987 Ford Thunderbird TurboCoupe. For an interesting point of comparison, it takes a ride in the 1987 Ford Mustang GT too. Continue reading...Show More Summary
There was a time when being the boss was pretty straightforward business. If you had the title, you made the rules. It's doubtful that Henry Ford ran many employee satisfaction surveys. Likewise, President Lyndon Johnson probably didn't...Show More Summary
With a concept vehicle introduced in November 2013 and the production design unveiled last June, Ford is really taking its time rolling out the 2015 Edge, but it won’t be too much longer until Ford dealerships around the world are selling this stylish mid-size crossover. Show More Summary
The story of Eileen Ford is headed to television. Sony TV has optioned the rights to Robert Lacey’s upcoming biography of the outspoken and controversial woman who started as a model and went on to co-found with her husband Jerry the famous Ford Modeling Agency. Show More Summary
ANALYSIS: The Civil Rights Pharisees Are NEVER GOING TO TAKE DOWN What THEY ERECTED As Evidence Of "Black Progress" EVEN WHEN Their Is Increasingly Damning Evidence That Their "Friends In Power" Are Just As Corrupt As The WHITE FOLKS...Show More Summary
The Henry Ford Museum has an exhibit called Engines Exposed running through March 15, showing off some of the most important powertrains in automotive history from over 40 classic vehicles. Continue reading Henry Ford Museum gives rare...Show More Summary
The Blade Runner sequel also officially has a director - Moviefone Serial fans will love this true-crime miniseries - HuffPost Entertainment Which artist is pulling a Taylor Swift on Spotify? - Vulture The 25 greatest moments of the Alien franchise - Hitfix 4 unwritten rules Hollywood needs to forget about - Cracked Is it the end for Dr. Show More Summary
Good news for sci-fi fans: The sequel to Blade Runner is moving ahead, with Harrison Ford attached. Denis Villeneuve, who directed Prisoners with Hugh Jackman and Jake Gyllenhaal, will direct the follow-up to Ridley Scott’s 1982 film. The Blade Runner redux takes place decades after the original movie, and Ford will, of course, play Rick Deckard. Show More Summary
Blade Runner, easily one of the best sci-fi movies of the '80s, is getting a sequel three decades after the original film was released. And Deadline.com confirms that Harrison Ford is onboard to reprise his role …
Well, this is happening. It seems. After years (and years) of idle speculation and rumor mongering, Blade Runner 2 is finally moving forward with it’s old star and a new director. Sadly, Sir Ridley Scott will not be sitting in the director’s chair for the long awaited follow-up to his 1982 film Blade Runner, but […]
In case you were wondering, former Toronto mayor Rob Ford's eBay store is pretty successful. Ford, who opened the store on Feb. 13, appears to be auctioning off the tie he wore while while he admitted to having smoked crack in 2013. See...Show More Summary
Reflecting on his role as Indiana Jones, actor Harrison Ford once shared, “Whoever decided that Indiana Jones should wear a felt hat and a leather jacket in the jungles should have been shot.” While Ford may have suffered through the unpractical nature of a leather jacket in those circumstances, he inevitably looked cool saving the day. Show More Summary
Video of a Chatsworth street racing crash this week shows a Ford Mustang speeding out of control just after the start of the race and veering into spectators as sparks fly.
A lot of news stories came out of the recent Daytona (Fla.) International Speedweeks, from Joey Logano winning the Daytona 500, to Ford sweeping the three NASCAR national series points-paying races, Kyle Busch’s sidelining injury in the Xfinity Series race, the resulting debate of SAFER barriers not protecting every wall at every NASCAR-sanctioned track, a [...]
Ridley Scott to serve as producer, Denis Villeneuve to direct.
The former Mayor of Toronto continues his long slide into obscurity.