Ridley Scott has confirmed in news for his biographical crime drama “The House of Gucci” that two of his most enduring films are the live-action TV series, the 1982 Harrison Ford-starrer “Blade Runner” and “Alien”, Sigourney. Weaver first made the lead in 1979, with pilots written for both shows, making rapid progress.
Speaking to BBC on Monday, Scott suggested that the “Blade Runner” adaptation be plotted as a 10-episode series, reports “Variety”. “we [have already] Wrote pilots for ‘Blade Runner’ and ‘Bible’. So, we are already introducing ‘Blade Runner’ as a TV show, the first 10 hours.”
Scott, speaking to BBC’s Mishal Hossain, said that ‘aliens’ are being treated ‘same’. A pilot is being written with a ‘bible’ of what happens in the eight to ten hours of the show. The producers of some of Hollywood’s most iconic movies haven’t discussed the ‘Blade Runner’ TV show before.
News of an ‘Alien’ series was first announced in December 2020. The show is being set on the cable TV network, FX, with Noah Hawley joining as a showrunner.
FX boss John Landgraf last year described the project as “the first ‘Alien’ story set on Earth – and combining both the timeless horror of the first ‘Alien’ film with the non-stop action of the second, it’s going to be the first ‘Alien’ story set on Earth.” It’s a scary thrill ride that will blow people back to their seats.”
Hussain asked about the setback gucci Family About ‘The House of Gucci’, which tells the story of the unfortunate romance between Patrizia Reggiani (played by Lady Gaga) and Maurizio Gucci (Adam Driver), which ends in the latter’s murder, Scott said. “Does not get” engaged with him”.
He said: “It was about murder. They forget: they were murdered. A brother went to jail for tax evasion. Don’t talk to me about making a profit. When you do that you become public domain.”