Originally Posted by sog35
Most peoples masterworks are done before 40 years old.
In which art?
Originally Posted by gwsat
I agree that Bladerunner
was a classic film and Ridley Scott should do us all a favor and abandon his idea of making a sequel.
Actually, it wasn't his idea.
The rights were purchased by an outside company.
They announced they were going to resurrect the BR World and asked RS if he wanted to be involved.
His response was he "would rather do it than have someone else
BTW, Google has the official press release somewhere that the OP seems to have missed before his scream.
That said, though, I think the quality of Scott's directorial efforts over the course of his long and prolific career has been remarkably high and that Gladiator was and remains a great film.
One bad idea should not be the basis for savaging a great director's reputation
If that maxim would hold true, then no one would use the internets.
Originally Posted by Osirus23
I got the idea he was starting to lose his marbles when he initially tried to make Prometheus 3D-only, including home video releases.
According to RS, 3D is how Prometheus should
Nothing wrong there, it's the Director's Intent.
However, The Suits couldn't go for that....they have disks to sell.