Kurt Russell talks about his audition, while Ridley Scott recalls being a bit jealous.
I’m not entirely sure what I can ask of Ridley Scott at this point. He’s made four or five honest-to-goodness classics and inspired an entire generation of science-fiction films. He doesn’t owe me anything and I’ll watch just about anything he puts out because I have that kind of faith in him as a filmmaker. […]
Your average debut director starts small. A few characters, limited settings, achievable challenges. Ridley Scott's first film was a short following his brother on a bicycle, made in 1963 on a pittance. It'd take him years to rack up...Show More Summary
In space, no one can hear you laugh. Ridley Scott’s extraterrestrial adventure “Alien: Covenant” is deadly serious about matters that he takes deadly seriously, and the only things that he derides with any irony—muffled and sardonicShow More Summary
What is Neill Blomkamp up to now? Ever since the sad news broke that his Alien reboot with Sigourney Weaver was being canned thanks to Ridley Scott taking over the franchise again, we've been curious about where Blomkamp would head next. Show More Summary
Alien: Covenant remains a quietly contentious movie, with many people saying it’s the best in the series outside of Alien and Aliens and others decrying it as another android-focused disappointment from Ridley Scott. While we’ve pored...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
With his vision for Alien 5 abandoned due to Ridley Scott’s sudden desire to ram that series into the ground as hard and fast as possible, filmmaker Neill Blomkamp has had to come up with a new way to get his creative visions out into the world—at least until people start demanding a Chappie sequel. Show More Summary
We want to talk about it. You want to talk about it. Let’s talk about it. Five years after the release of the polarizing Prometheus, Ridley Scott’s sequel Alien: Covenant finally arrived to continue the saga this past weekend. We’ve already posted two reviews of the film here on Bloody Disgusting in recent weeks – Jimmy […]
Is it time to hand Alien over to someone else after Covenant failed to reignite the franchise in the way fans were hoping?
For this week's After the Credits review, Matthew welcomes on Birth.Movies.Death's Scott Wampler to talk about Ridley Scott's bleak, Michael Fassbender-dominant Alien: Covenant. The article One Alien, Two Michael Fassbenders appeared first on Film School Rejects.
Alien: Covenant heads home this Fall. I already can’t wait to own Ridley Scott’s latest prequel to Alien, which I personally found to be the best film in the franchise since Aliens. Just released over the weekend, Alien: Covenant is a pitch perfect blend of heady Prometheus ideas and intense Alien terror, and you better […]
(In our Spoiler Reviews, we take a deep dive into a new release and get to the heart of what makes it tick…and every story point is up for discussion. In this entry: Ridley Scott’s Alien: Covenant.) In 1979, Ridley Scott unleashed Alien...Show More Summary
Now that the film is out, we can peek behind the scenes. As you might imagine, a movie like Ridley Scott’s Alien: Covenant is extensively planned out in the pre-production process using concept art from a handful of different artists. Two of the artists who worked on the film, Carlos Huante and Wayne Haag, uploaded many […]
When Ridley Scott’s latest Alien prequel was branded Alien: Covenant, the general assumption went that it would thus turn out to be more of an Alien movie than its predecessor in the series, 2012’s Prometheus – or, at least, that Scott and 20th Century Fox wanted audiences to think it was, and to make a […]
Find out what the franchise has planned next The post CS Video: Ridley Scott and Michael Fassbender Discuss the Alien Franchise appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Alien: Covenant may be drawing mixed reactions from fans and slightly positive reviews from the consensus of film critics, but in box office terms, it has been an undeniable success. Director Ridley Scott’s return to the franchise he...Show More Summary
This weekend, the second chapter in Ridley Scott’s prequel/sequel Alien franchise arrived in theaters. Alien: Covenant finds the crew of a colony ship bound for a remote planet, but their journey is disrupted when a strange signal beckons them to a planet that seems too good to be true. Scott’s alien world can seem a […]
Alien: Covenant is just barely edging out Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2 in the weekend box-office space battle, reports the AP. Studio estimates Sunday show Ridley Scott's latest Alien exploit opened with $36 million in ticket sales. Guardians collected just over $35 million in its third week of release....
Refresh for latest…: Ridley Scott's Alien: Covenant ventured into another 52 offshore markets this frame. In 76 total, it bit off $30.3M and saw No. 1s in 30 new hubs while maintaining the top spot in six holdover plays. The international box office cume is now $81.9M with China and Japan still to come. Show More Summary