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Things We Saw Today: Michaela Coel Knows All About Your “USS Callister” Memes

Michaela Coel had a cheeky response when she realized that people were using an image of her "USS Callister" character from Black Mirror as a meme.

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Michelle Williams & Ridley Scott Do Not Mince Words Over Kevin Spacey: “You Can’t Get Away With This Anymore”

Ridley Scott is adamant that his decision was a moral one, not one based on money or optics. He told EW, "I sat and thought about it and realized, we cannot. You can’t tolerate any kind of behavior like that. And it will affect the film. We cannot let one person’s action affect the good work of all these other people. It’s that simple."

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Honest Trailer for Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner: “Ain’t Your Daddy’s Bright and Shiny Sci-Fi”

"That's not how consent works!"

"It may not have done well at the box office but it broke the all-time record for the number of film geeks insisting it's genius."

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Ripley Deserves Better Than What Ridley Scott Has Planned for Her Story in Aliens Prequels

Ridley Scott said that we might end up seeing Ripley again in those Alien prequels, though perhaps tangentially.

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Experience the Miracle of Neomorph Life in Alien: Covenant‘s Terrifying VR Campaign

In a VR campaign for Ridley Scott's Alien: Covenant, we get to experience birth from a terrifying point of view.

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Game Over, Man: Ridley Scott Says Aliens 5 Just Isn’t Happening Anymore

To fans waiting for that Neill Blomkamp sequel to Aliens: I'm sorry, but it's game over for you.

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Things We Saw Today: This Korean SNL Parody of Doctor Strange Is On Point

This Korean SNL parody doesn't bear that much similarity with what actually happens in Doctor Strange... but it's still pretty hilarious.

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Ridley Scott Doesn’t Want to Direct Some “No Story” Superhero Movie

Ridley Scott revealed why he hasn't directed a superhero film, and how he feels about the general state of cinema.

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Blade Runner 2049 Trailer Asserts That “Things Were Simpler” When Deckard Was On the Job

The next installment in the Blade Runner story, director Denis Villeneuve's Blade Runner 2049, is less than a year away, and we've finally gotten some first footage and a synopsis! But will we get an answer to the original film's most enduring question?

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James Franco the Latest Mysterious Cast Reveal From Alien: Covenant

And also...there's a toy version of Michael Fassbender's severed head! Did Christmas come early, or what?

James Franco seems to be really good at popping up in places where you wouldn't necessarily expect a James Franco to pop up. The latest place is in the upcoming installment of the Alien franchise, Ridley Scott's Alien: Covenant.

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Things We Saw Today: Try Not to Tear Up at Michael Giacchino’s Rogue One Score

Michael Giacchino might've only had four and a half weeks to write the score for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, but judging from this highlight he didn't waste a single moment.

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Blade Runner Sequel Gets Straightforward Title & Even More Straightforward “Behind the Scenes” Photo

You already know the joke I'm going to make in here.

The sequel to Blade Runner has finally received an official title, which was revealed alongside a pretty, uh... conventional behind the scenes photo.

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Kristen Stewart and Nicholas Hoult Feel Feelings Again in Equals Teaser Trailer

"Everybody's got a secret to hide."

This teaser trailer for Equals, starring Kristen Stewart and Nicholas Hoult, is pretty stylish and striking. A slower, more moody version of Chromatics' "Kill For Love" really sets the tone, especially when paired with the silent, wordless clips from the movie.

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Ridley Scott May “Be Seein’ Ya” at The Village in The Prisoner Remake

Ridley Scott, who seems to be all about directing things that aren't the Alien movies these days, has found something else to get really into: the classic sci-fi/mystery series The Prisoner.

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Ridley Scott Casts Katherine Waterston as the Lead in Alien: Covenant

Ridley Scott has found his next Ripley. Katherine Waterston (Inherent Vice, Steve Jobs) has been cast in the lead of Scott's Prometheus sequel, Alien: Covenant.

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Alien 5‘s Still Coming Whether You Like It or Not, Plans to Bring Back Newt and Hicks

Michael Biehn (who you may know better as Cpl. Hicks) chatted about how Alien 5 is still happening despite Ridley Scott's commitment to Alien: Covenant.

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A Brief History of The Queen of Sci-Fi Cinema, Sigourney Weaver

The news of Sigourney Weaver's upcoming appearance in Ghostbusters inspired us to reflect back on her impressive roles in sci-fi cinema, which eventually earned her "The Queen of Sci-Fi" as a nickname.

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NYFF Review: The Martian Is Joyful, Smart Cinema

5 out of 5 stars.

The Martian seems like an odd release for this time of year. In a lot of ways, it's is the antithesis of the usual fall prestige film. Even the soundtrack (lots of disco) is certainly not something we would see if the movie were being made from the perspective of being first and foremost “important,” rather than fun and entertaining. Hollywood finally might be understanding that a fun piece of pure cinematic entertainment doesn’t have to be stupid.

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Ridley Scott’s next Prometheus Film Is Called Alien: Paradise Lost

Get ready for Christian allegory. Aliengory.

It's a good thing Ridley Scott clarified yesterday that his next few films will be Prometheus follow-ups, because otherwise, his announcement that his next film would have the word "Alien" in the front part of the title might have confused everyone. Now, we can focus on the second half of that title, which is Paradise Lost.

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Ridley Scott’s Putting A Pin In Alien To Make 3 More Prometheus Films

If you're waiting on another Alien film, cool your jets, because Ridley Scott wants to make more Prometheus films first. Technically, those are still Alien films, if you tilt your head sideways and whisper "it's a prequel, it'll all make sense eventually" ... but that "eventually" could be a while.

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