From 2005 through 2010, for six seasons, actor David Krumholtz and Rob Morrow starred on CBS’ Numb3rs, which followed mathematics genius Charlie Eppes (Krumholtz) and his F.B.I. brother Don (Morrow) as they worked together solving crimes. A solid hit on Friday nights, Numb3rs will likely be best remembered as filmmaker Tony Scott’s first TV series, with his older brother Ridley, through their company Scott Free Productions.
In the wake of Tony Scott’s… Continue reading Tony Scott: ‘Numb3rs’ star David Krumholtz pens moving tribute to late producer
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
Thought your prayers were answered with Ridley Scott’s return to the world of sci-fi with his upcoming “Prometheus”? Well, it turns out, the director’s working on another miracle.
During an Esquire Q&A, Scott revealed that he has a Bible-themed flick coming down the pike.
“I’ve got something else in the works. I’m already doing it. It’s called ‘Moses.’ Seriously, seriously. It’s going to happen,” he said. “It’s definitely in the cards, though… Continue reading Ridley Scott Bible Movie: Director Reveals 'Moses' Film In The Works
While things started out hush-hush — complete with meta trailers of trailers — Ridley Scott is now finally ready to talk about his upcoming sci-fi flick, “Prometheus.”
The lauded director covers the next issue of The Hollywood Reporter, which reveals the details of his return to the world of science fiction.
“Prometheus” stars Charlize Theron, Michael Fassbender and Noomi Rapace as a group of explorers that stumble onto mankind’s