Ridley Scott confirms live TV series ‘Blade Runner’ and ‘Alien’

Ridley Scott He asserted that the live television series of two of his most enduring films, “Blade Runner” And “alien‘ Advances fast, with the pilots writing for both shows.

Speaking to the BBC on Monday, the “House of Gucci” director suggested that the “Blade Runner” adaptation had been planned as a 10-episode series: “We [have already] Pilot books for “Blade Runner” and the Bible. Therefore, we are already introducing ‘Blade Runner’ as a TV show in the first 10 hours.”

Scott said Alien was receiving “similar” treatment. The pilot is written along with the bible of what will happen in 8-10 hours of the show.

news that The series “Alien” was first announced in December 2020. The show is set up in cabler FX, with Noah Hawley attached as the renderer. FX president John Landgraf described the project last year as “the first ‘Alien’ story set on Earth — and by blending all of the timeless horror of the first ‘Alien’ with the continuous action of the second, the film will be a frightening suspense ride that will… Bringing people back to their seats.”

Scott has not previously discussed the “Blade Runner” TV show. An animated series based on the iconic movie “Blade Runner: Black Lotus,” premiered earlier this month on Adult Swim.

When interviewer Mishaal Hussain was asked about the backlash from the Gucci family about Scott’s latest work, “The House of Gucci,” which tells the story of the fateful romance between Patrizia Reggiani and Maurizio Gucci that ended with the latter’s murder, Scott said he “doesn’t get involved.”

It was about killing. “They forgot: He was killed,” Scott said. One of the brothers went to prison for tax evasion. Don’t talk to me about taking profits. When you do that you tend to become public property.”

Patricia Gucci, Guccio Gucci’s granddaughter, told the Associated Press in April that the project wasStealing a family’s identity to make a profit, to increase the income of the Hollywood system.”

Elsewhere in the interview, which was broadcast as part of the popular BBC radio show ‘Today Show’, the director spoke about the tragic death of cinematographer Helena Hutchins.

“I don’t know what a real handgun or real ammo was doing on the damn set,” Scott said. “Someone has to get in trouble for that. Totally crazy. You don’t have any live ammunition near the group.”

The director said he often uses “non-hollow guns, but the barrel is solid, so nothing can happen.”

“You get a click and a setback, but nothing will happen,” he continued. “You can put a lid in it but it’s not empty.”

Scott’s next movie is “Kitbag,” a biopic of Napoleon Bonaparte, starring Joaquin Phoenix as French Emperor and Jodi Comer as Marie Antoinette. The director confirmed that production will begin on January 15.

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