Zodiac writer Jamie Vanderbilt is web-slinging his way back to crime dramas with ‘Red Riding’.
This could be his Guy Pearciest role yet.
There are also reports that xenomorphs are eating lunch their disgusting lunches on set. I’m bursting out of your chest… with ‘Prometheus’ news.
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Like an actual game of Monopoly, Ridley Scott’s big screen version of the board game is taking forever to complete. So this trailer is the next best thing. Or maybe better.
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Hopefully they’ll throw in a strip club scene or something.
Who Is Gertrude?
Ridley Scott and his brother Hatty McRedHatsAlot are halting their ongoing purple nirple war to team up on a new project.
Everyone’s excited about Ridley Scott’s ‘Prometheus’, which is why Hasbro wants to spoil the fun and remind you that Scott is still attached to the Monopoly movie.
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Scott Free, the production company founded by Ridley and Tony Scott, are set to adapt the soon-to-be-published novel, Pigeon English.
In addition, Fassbender quietly confirms the kind of character he’s playing. Hint: It may not be human, you guys.
Actors are apparently lined up around the block to get chewed up by the aliens in Ridley Scott’s ‘Prometheus’.
The rumor is that the film features the ‘Alien’ aliens, but in a different form. Maybe they’re all Cloverfields now?
You’d think a name like that would put his headshot and resume in the “???” pile, but it turns out McNairy (‘Art School Confidential’) is a hot name right now.
Charlize Theron is joining Michael Fassbender and Noomi Rapace for the sci-fi project that contains “strands of Alien’s DNA.”
Life in a Day was made by asking YouTube filmmakers to submit footage about what their day was like on July 24, 2010. I would assume that such an endeavor would generate a lot of really pretentious footage. If you’re like me, you would be right.
The ‘Alice In Wonderland’ star is going through the looking glass, and into the magical, shockingly violent, teeth-pulling world of director Chan-Wook Park (Oldboy).
Michael Fassbender has joined Ridley Scott’s non-Alien Alien prequel, Prometheus.
‘Prometheus’ is getting a summer 2012 release.
Those fabulous Scott boys Ridley and Tony are working as producers on a new show called “The Drivers.”
Also increased: the chances for an explicit lesbian sex scene.
Big news: Prometheus, a closely guarded sci-fi project with the “strands of Alien’s DNA” is happening.
Charlize Theron may blast off as the lead of the new Alien prequels that Ridley Scott is developing at Fox.
At some point last year Ridley Scott and Kevin McDonald got together and were all like “Dude, let’s do something epic.” The result is a film called Life In a Day.
H.R. Giger, the artist who designed the original Xenomorph, is on board for Ridley Scott’s Alien prequel. Not only that, but the prequel will be shot in 3D, and will probably be stretched into two films.
Alien was made back in the good old days when monsters were guys in rubber suits. If Ridley Scott is making a prequel to Alien, it would make sense to go back to the practical effects. It turns out the director's been consulting with Avatar creature designer Neville Page. Scott’s still not sold on that performance capture hocus pocus.
“I just recently was talking to Ridley Scott,” Page said at a media even for the Blu-Ray release of Avatar. “He brought up a really interesting point about how the real rubber suits for him are still a preference because you get stuff that you’re forced to have be real. As a result, it feels real on camera or in camera. I thought, ‘Wait a minute, I thought we were doing everything digital now.’ Just like us, a director’s going to use whatever tools make sense for the end result.”
That’s food for thought for Ridley Scott. Dude, if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. Bring back the rubber suit. Page said Scott was just gathering information to weigh his options.
“He was talking more theoretical in regards to filmmaking and his experience on the original. It’s a choice of now moving forward, when you can do an alien fully digital, is that what he would do?”
What do you think? Wouldn’t it be great to see an old school alien in the Alien prequel as opposed to more CG B.S.?
Every time the Alien series comes out again on DVD, or now Blu Ray, we always focus on Alien and Aliens. We kind of know everything there is to know about the classics. Wouldn’t it be interesting to really find out what went wrong with Alien 3 and Alien Resurrection?
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