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'Exodus' Trailer: 'Gods and Kings' Wage War in Ridley Scott's Biblical Epic

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by Nick Romano October 1, 2014 @ 8:26 AM
20th Century Fox
Twentieth Century Fox unleashed the new 'Exodus: Gods and Kings' trailer unto the world, and if you weren't already excited to delve into Ridley Scott's vision of Moses as he frees the Egyptian slaves, this new look might get your heart racing.

'Exodus: Gods and Kings' Featurette Takes You Behind the Epic Scenes of Ridley Scott's Latest

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by Britt Hayes September 3, 2014 @ 6:21 PM
One of the most intriguing films of the upcoming fall movie season is Ridley Scott's 'Exodus: Gods and Kings,' a massive epic that tells the Biblical story of Moses and his brother Ramses, played by Christian Bale and Joel Edgerton, respectively. While it's already drawn some controversy for its mostly white cast, we can't help but be curious about a new Ridley Scott film, particularly a sprawling action drama set in Biblical times. Curious indeed. And thanks to this new featurette, we can go behind the scenes of 'Exodus' to see Scott putting it all together.

'Exodus: Gods and Kings' Photos Reveal Ridley Scott's Biblical Epic

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by Britt Hayes July 1, 2014 @ 12:01 PM
Entertainment Weekly/20th Century Fox
Later this year, director Ridley Scott is bringing us yet another film epic with the biblical story of Moses in 'Exodus: Gods and Kings' (formerly titled 'Exodus'), and today brings an in-depth look at stars Christian Bale, Joel Edgerton and the rest of the cast. It's a big year for Bible stories, but like 'Noah,' this one isn't going to be very typical.

Exclusive 'The Counselor' DVD Clip: Behind-the-Scenes With Star Brad Pitt

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by Jacob Hall February 11, 2014 @ 3:13 PM
http://youtu.be/JIO9ibLcXmQ
Depending on who you ask, 'The Counselor' is either one of the best or worst movies of 2013. Ridley Scott's strange, pitch-dark crime thriller started all kinds of debates when it was in theaters, but it's undoubtedly going to find a life as one of the most divisive films of all time on home video. It's the kind of movie you'll have to see just so you can have an opinion on it. We have an exclusive look at the new Blu-ray/DVD release, so check out the video above to get a taste of what to expect when you put this filthy, fascinating movie in your home media player.

First Look at Ridley Scott's 'Exodus': Christian Bale Reboots Moses

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by Nick Romano December 30, 2013 @ 8:58 AM
20th Century Fox
Biblical epics are so in right now! As Darren Aronofsky readies to premiere his version of 'Noah' with Russell Crowe, director Ridley Scott has his own retelling to tell. The first look at 'Exodus,' which chronicles the story of Moses, has arrived and features Christian Bale on horseback as he surveys the tragedy inflicted on his people in ancient Egypt.

Showtime Renounces Kyle Chandler Papal Drama 'The Vatican'

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick December 12, 2013 @ 4:15 PM
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Kyle Chandler may have been among the detractors of a potential 'Friday Night Lights' reunion movie, but it doesn't seem as if he'll be ascending the ranks any time soon either. Showtime has officially dropped its buzzworthy Ridley Scott papal drama, 'The Vatican,' from development, effectively ending the project.

AMC Orders Pilots for 'Knifeman' and Ridley Scott's Post-Apocalyptic 'Galyntine'

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick November 25, 2013 @ 5:09 PM
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Man, what does AMC have against the modern day? Following earlier announcements of a 'Walking Dead' companion series, 'Breaking Bad' prequel, period dramas 'Turn' & 'Halt & Catch Fire,' the cable network has officially announced its next batch of pilots; period drama 'Knifeman,' and a Ridley Scott post-apocalyptic drama titled 'Galyntine,' which should feel rather familiar to fans of NBC's 'Revolution.'

'The Counselor' Review

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by Jordan Hoffman October 24, 2013 @ 10:00 AM
20th Century Fox
Everyone is going to hate 'The Counselor.'
Ridley Scott's adaptation of Cormac McCarthy's original screenplay starring Michael Fassbender, Cameron Diaz, Penelope Cruz, Javier Bardem, Brad Pitt, et. al. is one frustrating movie. At its very best – if you buckle down and really work to piece together the nearly inscrutable plot – you aren't going to come away with much. “Crime doesn't pay,” is the gist of it.