Posted on Thursday, May 17th, 2012 by Angie Han
After years away from sci-fi, director Ridley Scott is returning to the genre in a big way this summer with Prometheus, and he aims to stick around for a while. Scott already has hopes of working on Prometheus 2 sooner rather than later, and is currently in the middle of developing some kind of sequel to Blade Runner. Also after the jump:
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It makes a certain sort of sense. Ridley Scott makes Alien. A few years later, James Cameron follows in his footsteps with the action-oriented sequel, Aliens. Now Ridley Scott has gone back to the Alien well for the prequel Prometheus. So I’m not surprised to see some talk about James Cameron doing a sequel to that film.
I am, however, surprised to see it come from the mouth of James Cameron. But just because the director talked about making a Prometheus sequel, does that mean such a thing is going to happen? Don’t bet on it — just check the calendar. Read More »
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Since the news broke that Ridley Scott will direct the new film set in the world of Blade Runner, speculation about Harrison Ford‘s participation, or lack thereof, has been voiced every time the project comes up. Over the weekend there was a brief surge of Blade Runner interest as one report said that Ford was, indeed, in very early talks to take a role in the film.
Producers quickly shot down the Ford rumor, and now Ridley Scott has weighed in. Scott is putting into action the classic move of refusing to confirm or deny that Harrison Ford will have any part in whatever this new project turns out to be.
Oh, and Scott also wants to make Prometheus 2.
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