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Watch: Video Tribute To Ridley Scott's 'Blade Runner' Plus Massive Behind-The-Scenes Gallery With Over 140 Photos

18 March 2015 11:25 AM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

Ridley Scott has worked in many genres over his career —period pieces (“The Duellists”), war movies (“Black Hawk Down”), con man movies (“Matchstick Men”), sword and sandal epics ( “Gladiator”) and even soggy, feel-good pap (“A Good Year”). Last year’s “Exodus: Gods and Kings” had a small faction of staunch vocal supporters, but his landmark sci-fi masterwork “Blade Runner” marks the last time the director made a film that could credibly be described as visionary.  I’ll never forget the first time I saw the film on VHS: the images of those towering, terrifying billboards adorned with ghastly, smiling faces burned into my impressionable young mind forever. Woefully misunderstood upon its 1982 release, Scott’s film has since found a devoted following: in fact, a sequel has recently been announced —it's to be directed by “Enemy" and "Prisoners" helmer Denis Villeneuve and with Harrison Ford confirmed to reprise his terrifically grizzled turn as. »

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Ridley Scott Donates Collection to USC School of Cinematic Arts

31 January 2015 7:00 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Helmer Ridley Scott has donated his collection of career memorabilia to USC’s School of Cinematic Arts.

The archive includes scripts, photographs, storyboards and host of other materials from his long career in film and TV, starting with his 1977 feature debut “The Duellists.”

Scott’s many films include “Alien,” “American Gangster,” “Blade Runner,” “Gladiator,” “Kingdom of Heaven,” “Thelma and Louise” and most recently, “Exodus: Gods and Kings.”

“Ridley’s storied career is nearly unparalleled. He has traversed genres, and historical periods, mixed fantasy with biographical dramas, epics with small personal stories,” said USC Sca dean Elizabeth Daley. “There is no one like him, and his legacy of memorabilia will be kept close to our hearts for generations to come.”

Scott’s archives join such collections as Jack Warner, David L. Wolper, Frank Sinatra and Dennis Hopper that are housed at USC’s film school.

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