Eggs have always been an important part of the Alien franchise as that's where those nasty little facehuggers erupt from. A new still from Ridley Scott's Prometheus slipped online today that's showing off a bunch of egg-like things, but then again, who knows what they are?!?
Hey, you know the Prometheus one-sheet? The one with the giant noggin on it? Well, thanks to the new international artwork for the film, we get even more head, and more head is never a bad thing!
We are always on the hunt for any bit of news about Ridley Scott's mysterious Prometheus to share with you. Today we have not one, but two little bits of information that you might find interesting. They concern a big star with a small part in the film and a spoiler. Consider yourself warned.
It's amazing what a little lightening of an image can reveal. In this case - some Space Jockey suits! The L.A. Times recently ran a new photo from Ridley Scott's Prometheus, and eagle-eyed fan Jay West made a startling discovery when brightening this up a bit!
Okay, kids, the news day is officially winding down but before it's outta here, a new image from Ridley Scott's Prometheus has graced the interwebs and we've got it for you on tap right here. Dig it!
There's no doubt about it; the trailer for Ridley Scott's Prometheus turned a lot of heads upon its debut with fans on fire to dissect every little detail. Writer Damon Lindelof recently sat down with the L.A. Times to talk about what we saw in the trailer. Read on for his take and details.
With everyone chomping at the bit to find out everything they can about Ridley Scott's much talked about Prometheus, one thing has become clear - we're not gonna know squat until the flick comes out.
So, yeah, some more behind-the-scenes Prometheus images have slipped online, and as always if you want to see them, you had better hurry. Fox has been relentless in having these things pulled.
Though they're likely to be gone by the time that you finish reading this opening sentence, a couple of new Prometheus stills have appeared online. Better hurry! Prometheus stars Noomi Rapace, Charlize Theron, Idris Elba, Logan Marshall-Green, Ben Foster, and Michael Fassbender. Look for Prometheus in theaters on June 8th, 2012. Synopsis
An anonymous reader sent us in the url for a website that's hosting what we think are dozens of images shot off of the screen at the San Diego Comic-Con for Ridley Scott's Prometheus. See them while you can. They're not gonna last long. Prometheus stars Noomi Rapace, Charlize Theron, Idris Elba, Logan Marshall-Green, Ben Foster, and Michael Fassbender.
The second official still from Ridley Scott's Prometheus has hit the interwebs, showcasing a scene from early on in the flick before the mayhem begins. Dig it along with the first one below. Prometheus stars Noomi Rapace, Charlize Theron, Idris Elba, Logan Marshall-Green, Ben Foster, and Michael Fassbender. Look for Prometheus in theaters on June 8th, 2012.
The panel for Ridley Scott's Prometheus is happening right now in Hall H of the San Diego Comic-Con and we've got the lowdown on what's being said and what's being shown from Andrew Kasch ... Montage of Ridley Scott films and an interview with him on set. Scott says "It has the DNA of the original Alien; that's it. Everything else is completely original."
Finally something from Ridley Scott's Prometheus that we're not going to be asked to remove! The first official still has debuted just in time for Comic-Con and we have it for you right here! Prometheus stars Noomi Rapace, Charlize Theron, Idris Elba, Logan Marshall-Green, Ben Foster, and Michael Fassbender. Look for Prometheus in theaters on June 8th, 2012.
All right, kids! It's time once again to make a mad dash to see some new behind-the-scenes imagery from Ridley Scott's Prometheus before we're asked as per usual to take them down. Hooray! The new images, courtesy of AVP Galaxy, are from the shoot in Iceland where Scott is prepping his beginning of time sequence. Dig on them below.
When you are Ridley Scott, director of such earth-shaking films as Alien, Gladiator, Blade Runner and Hannibal, you can pretty much call the shots. And where has Scott decided his next film will be shot: at the foot of Iceland's Hekla volcano. This is the same volcano international media reported was about to blow at any moment. The director wasn't fazed by the report.