(The video was posted at the end of January and is available to view here.)
As of today, MTV News has confirmed that Scott is set to direct the upcoming Ridley Scott’s The Ridley Walker Show for TV.
Scott will pen the pilot script for the drama, which centers around a young couple trying to make a living in the entertainment industry after their lives are turned upside down by their new love interest.
Scott is best known for his work on the original movie The Ridleys, which he directed and produced, and the 2003 hit film The Last of the Mohicans, which starred Denzel Washington, Demi Moore, and Kevin Costner.
In addition to the Ridley Scott films, Scott also helmed the original James Bond films as well as the 2000 film Quantum of Solace, and wrote the screenplay for Star Trek: Generations.
“Ridleys is a great show,” Scott told MTV News.
“I’ve been wanting to do a show since I was a kid.
It was really fun to write, and I’m very excited to finally get to make this show happen.”
Scott will executive produce alongside fellow writer/director Michael Bay.
The show is being produced by Scott’s brother, Adam Scott.
“Ridlers” will premiere on MTV on September 1, 2019.
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