Hot off 'Alien’ and 'Blade Runner’, Scott turned his hand to home computing, helping herald the age of Apple with this George Orwell-inspired commercial. Scott also directed the famous Hovis bread advert with the young delivery boy on his bicycle, but Hovis aren’t so much major players in the commercial market these days.
Michael Bay has taken a break from directing ‘Transformers’ movies to bring us ‘13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi’, based on a true story. Watch the new trailer above. The film is based on Mitchel Zuckoff’s 2013 book of the same name and follows the story of the six members of a security team who fought to defend the American diplomatic compound in Benghazi after an attack on 11 September, 2012. It’s a daring departure for director and producer Michael Bay, shifting his talents into much more serious subject matter that could potentially be quite controversial. The subject matter in itself is already in controversial territory.
The theory That Sean Connery’s convict “John Mason” – the only man to ever escape Alcatraz – is actually an older version of Connery-era 007. The theory goes that in the mid 1960s, famed British secret agent James Bond was caught spying in the United States, and locked up in infamous island prison Alcatraz (aka The Rock) on espionage charges. The plot sees the FBI enlist the help of Connery’s character (and his knowledge of Alcatraz), to help Nicolas Cage’s scientist thwart a group of ex-marines bent to destroying San Francisco with chemical weapons, using the prison as a base.