Despite the somewhat mixed reaction that 2012’s Prometheus received, there’s still a pretty high level of excitement whenever Sir Ridley Scott turns his hand to science fiction.
English director Ridley Scott tackles the story of Moses, played by Christian Bale, and his rise against the Egyptian Pharaoh Ramses (Joel Edgerton) in the forthcoming film Exodus: Gods and Kings, in U.S. theaters on December 12.
Christian Bale has been known to be a bit of a hot head. Just a bit. His affinity for heat will come in handy with his portrayal of a steel worker who works in a blast furnace in Out of the Furnace.
No Country for Old Men author Cormac McCarthy has written his first original screenplay entitled The Counselor due out October 25. Director Ridley Scott reunites with his Prometheus star Michael Fassbender who portrays a lawyer bending …
Damian Lewis (Homeland) sports his native accent in the Jaguar advert, disguised as a short film, produced by Ridley Scott’s (Pompeii) advertising company, reports The Hollywood Reporter.
• David Tennant has been explaining what it was that led him to get involved in the remake of the movie Fright Night and it seems largely to be the fact that his character is as unlike the Doctor as is possible.
Michael Fassbender, formerly Azazeal on BBC America’s Hex, continues to grab high-profile Hollywood parts. Next up for him: Prometheus, Ridley Scott‘s new sci-fi film once thought to be an “Alien prequel.