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‘Top Gun: Maverick’ Pays Tribute to Late Director Tony Scott

As the final credits roll on Top Gun: Maverick, fans will see a familiar name appear in a memorial dedication: Tony Scott, director of the original Top Gun, who took his own life in August 2012. More than a decade ago, when talks about a sequel began, Scott was a part of the conversation; now, […]

A February To-Do List for Film Buffs in L.A.

The studio releases are sub-par in February, but there's a rich array of classic and retrospective screenings around town, including works by David Lynch, Chantal Akerman, Douglas Sirk and more.

Galloway on Film: As ‘Top Gun’ Turns 30, Jerry Bruckheimer Reveals Secrets of the Film’s (and His Own) Success

Having dominated film in the 1980s and 1990s and TV in the 2000s, Bruckheimer perseveres as the last of Hollywood's mega-producers.

Jerry Bruckheimer Says ‘Top Gun 2’ Will Be Tom Cruise Versus Drones

While promoting his new book, "Jerry Bruckheimer: When Lightning Strikes, Four Decades of Filmmaking," the producer revealed that the 1980s classic would be updated for the current world of warfare.

Tony Scott Estate Rejects CAA’s $1M Creditor Claim

The agency says it is owed commissions from projects Scott completed before his suicide last year.

HANIFF Debuts New Talent Campus in Bid to Boost Vietnamese Industry

Jack Epps, writer of "Top Gun," and Fortissimo Films CEO Michael Werner were among the 10 industry vets to instruct 30 young filmmakers at the new forum.

THR Cover: Denzel Washington on the Bible, Tony Scott and the Dangers of Success

The charismatic, elusive Oscar winner opens up about avoiding Hollywood hotshots, giving up alcohol for his role in "Flight" and encountering an angel as a child.

Tony Scott Autopsy Reveals ‘Therapeutic’ Drug Level, No Evidence of Cancer

UPDATED: The coroner's report said the anti-depressant Remeron and sleep aid Lunesta were found in the 68-year-old "Top Gun" director's system.

Tom Hanks to Narrate Tony Scott’s ‘Killing Lincoln’

The film, based on Bill O'Reilly's best-selling book, will debut on the National Geographic Channel early next year.

A&E’s ‘Coma’: What the Critics Are Saying

One critic describes the four-hour mini, starring Lauren Ambrose as a medical student who discovers that healthy patients are inexplicably falling into comas, as "sometimes entertaining, sometimes infuriating."

Tony Scott Family Establishes AFI Scholarship

Scott's family asks that in lieu of flowers, donations be made to the fund at the American Film Institute.

Tony Scott Laid to Rest in Los Angeles

Family members, including brother Ridley, and friends attended the private service Friday.