TV series ‘Blade Runner’ in development says Ridley Scott – The Hollywood Reporter
Ridley Scott speaks publicly about the upcoming for the first time Blade Runner Popular TV series.
The veteran director told the BBC’s premier radio news program Today Development is going well, indicating that it is being marked as a 10-part series. “We wrote tests for Blade Runner and the bible,” he said. “So we presented Blade Runner like a TV show, maybe the first 10 hours. ”
Scott also confirmed that Alien received an “analog” television program.
“Alien currently being written for the pilot,” he said, adding that the 8-10 hour bible is also being put together. First announced in December and authorized by FX, Alien TV series featuring Noah Hawley as the host. Still no news about the place Blade Runner is being set.
Talking about his latest movie, Gucci house, the 83-year-old hit back at criticism from Patrizia Gucci in April that the MGM film had “stolen the identity of a family for profit in order to increase the income of the Hollywood system.”
“It’s about murder,” Scott said. They forgot: He was murdered. One of the brothers went to prison for tax evasion. So don’t talk to me about making a profit. Are you kidding? When you do that, you tend to become public domain. “
Asked about the tragic death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins on the set of the West RustScott says he has live ammunition anywhere near his production site.
“I don’t know what real guns or live bullets are doing on the damn set,” he said. “Someone will get in trouble for that. Totally crazy. You never have any live ammo near the set.”
Scott says he usually uses a solid barrel gun. “You get a click and a jerk, but nothing happens. You can put a lid on it, but it’s not empty. ”
After a year, he has both Last match and Gucci house, next for Scott is the Apple TV feature + Kitbags, his biography of Napoleon Bonaparte will reunite him with Fighter star Joaquin Phoenix as the French military leader and Last matchJodie Comer as Josephine’s wife. Scott confirmed the film will begin filming on January 15. “It’s a monster,” he said.