Daisy Ridley will make her feature debut in “Star Wars: Episode VII,” but the relatively unknown actress won’t remain that way for long, if a new report is to be believed.
Deadline writes that Ridley was just the subject of a major bidding war between creative talent agencies, and that’s because she’s not just another pretty face in the “Episode VII”… Continue reading 'Star Wars: Episode VII' Newcomer Daisy Ridley Will Also Star in 'Episode VIII' and 'IX'
Halo: When Microsoft announced its XBoxOne last year, we learned that Steven Spielberg would be producing a live-action TV series based on the popular Halo game franchise. Now comes word that Ridley Scott will be producing a live-action, “digital feature project” based on the game series. It will be released in chapters; Sergio Mimica-Gezzan, who served as assistant director on eight Steven Spielberg-directed… Continue reading Movie News: Ridley Scott Expanding 'Halo;' New 'X-Men' Footage; 'Shaun the Sheep' Trailer
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Actress Sigourney Weaver is once again teaming up with her “Alien” director Ridley Scott, having just finalized a deal to star in Scott’s next project, “Exodus,” which tells the Biblical tale of Moses.
Weaver will play Tuya, mother of the pharaoh Ramses II (Joel Edgerton). John Turturro will play Ramses’s father… Continue reading Sigourney Weaver Joins Ridley Scott's 'Exodus,' Aaron Paul in Talks to Play Joshua
Replicants will get a superhero boost in the upcoming sequel to the classic movie “Blade Runner.”
The Wrap reports that director/producer Ridley Scott has chosen “Green Lantern” writer Michael Green to pen the script. Their sources also revealed that the follow-up film will be set “some years after the conclusion of the influential first film.”
The original sci-fi classic was adapted by Hampton Fancher and David Peoples from Philip K. Dick’s novel… Continue reading 'Blade Runner 2' Moves Forward, Ridley Scott Courting Harrison Ford to Reprise Role
Ridley Scott may be 74 years old, but the filmmaker isn’t even contemplating retirement. At a time when most people his age are golfing, writing angry letters to the newspaper about kids and their loud music, and scoping out the best early-bird buffet specials, Scott is lining up projects left and right. Today’s news adds yet another to the list.
According to a recently… Continue reading Ridley Scott is Making a Disaster Movie About Traffic Jams and No Train Service