The project is inspired by a 2003 BBC faux documentary about a fictional disaster that halts England's transportation system.
The director has officially started taking meetings on this upcoming sequel to be written by original Blade Runner scribe Hampton Fancher.
This follow-up to the 1982 sci-fi classic will take place some years after the first film, and will be directed by Ridley Scott.
Ridley Scott offers new insight into one of the monsters in this upcoming sci-fi adventure, along with three new movie photos.
The director also discusses his desire to revisit the space jockey from Alien in his return to the sci-fi genre.
This shorter version of the upcoming full-length trailer for Ridley Scott's sci-fi epic offers new footage and a hint of what's to come.
Writer Damon Lindelof will moderate the 30-minute Q&A session after the trailer, which streams live at 4 PM.
The project is in memory of the disaster in Japan which cost billions in damage and thousands of lives.
The director is meeting with writers to hash out the story, and will bring in Rick Deckard if it makes sense.
Talks are reportedly in the early stages, though producer Andrew Kosove has claimed Rick Deckard wouldn't be involved in the story.
The director is in talks to helm the Cormac McCarthy-scripted drama.
The actress fully endorses the project; saying she is excited to see Ridley Scott return to the world of Alien.
She plays Mudow, who is responsible for waking her crew from their cryogenic sleep in this Ridley Scott directed summer thriller.
These "monster mask" photos reveal an intriguing connection to Ridley Scott's 1979 classic.
Producer Andrew Kosove also reveals that they are targeting a director for the Point Break remake, but won't reveal who it is just yet.
Ridley Scott returns to the sci-fi genre with this outer space tale starring Noomi Rapace, Michael Fassbender, and Charlize Theron.
The mysterious humanoid from Ridley Scott's original Alien makes a cameo in this first look at the upcoming prequel.
The first footage from Ridley Scott's sci-fi epic is revealed in this lead-up to the trailer launch on Thursday, December 22nd.
The director also clarifies this sci-fi tale's 'link' to the original Alien movies and reveals that the xenomorph monster will not be featured.
The impressive production design behind Ridley Scott's upcoming sci-fi epic is shown off in these new images featuring the entire cast.