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Steven Spielberg, Ridley Scott, Clint Eastwood, Martin Scorsese and others have had erratic filmographies in their later years, but it’s not because they’re any less talented as filmmakers.
Ellen Page was once attached to star in the adaptation of Greg Rucka’s award-winning graphic novel, which follows a British female intelligence agent who is used as bait to lure the mastermind behind a terrorist attack in London out of hiding.
Kids today don’t care about Merlin, King Arthur, or any of this medieval mumbo jumbo. Was that not made evident by the underwhelming box office performance of Guy Ritchie’s recent King Arthur movie?
This is an unprecedented move from Sony and director Ridley Scott, but it allows the studio to salvage the film’s planned release date of Dec. 22.
Out of more than 2,000 entries coming to us from 24 different countries, we’re incredibly excited to introduce you to the 2016 LPMC Overall Winner, selected by none other than Ridley Scott and his Scott Free Productions.
The Tracking Board has confirmed that Ridley Scott will be directing an untitled Battle of Britain project for 20th Century Fox, based on a pitch the studio acquired last year by Matthew Orton.
The story follows a corrupt NYPD cop who is forced to choose between his family, his brothers in blue, and his own life, which finds itself threatened by an assortment of unsavory types ranging from Harlem drug dealers and the mob to the mayor’s office and relentless federal investigators.
Ridley Scott will produce under his Scott Free banner. Plot details are being kept under wraps, but it’s said to be based on a true story about real Navy SEALs, since life rights were rumored to be part of the deal.
The Tracking Board has confirmed that Scott is currently finalizing plans to direct All the Money in the World based on a Black List script by David Scarpa and Natalie Portman is being eyed for the lead role.
Famed director Ridley Scott has been named next year’s recipient of the lifetime achievement award from the Directors Guild of America. He will be the thirty-fifth visionary to receive this top honor, chosen by both present and past presidents of the guild.
Legal drama Mrs. V. Mr. from Ridley Scott and David Zucker is in the works at CBS. Brett Mahoney, who is an executive producer on Macgyver and Code Black, is writing the pilot and will executive produce.
An upcoming crime thriller from Don Winslow has landed a pre-emptive acquisition from 20th Century Fox as a potential directing project for Ridley Scott. Scott Free is set to produce.
The true story of Darnell Garcia who went from star DEA agent to trafficker in the worst corruption scandal in DEA history, moving 100s of millions in product and then being forced to flee for his life. Set in 1970, think Catch Me if You Can meets Scarface.
Peter Landesman’s political spy thriller, Felt has added more names to its growing all-star cast.