Once again Ridley Scott's Alien prequels have hit a snag and stalled before getting out of the gate. Talk about feeling like you're on a roller coaster, eh, fans?
Who in the world can fill the shoes left by Sigourney Weaver in the upcoming Alien prequels from Fox and director Ridley Scott? The list of names is long, but it looks as if the team behind the films are finally zeroing in on someone.
With every passing bit of news that comes across our desk concerning Ridley Scott's Alien prequel, I find myself losing more and more interest.
Now here's some great news to kick off your morning with. Despite reports of disagreements, etc, Ridley Scott's Alien prequel(s) are gaining some serious momentum! As per New York Magazine's Vulture:
Could it be? One of the men responsible for the ever so flaccid ending of "Lost" is about to ply his trade by working on rewrites for Ridley Scott's 3D Alien prequel? Steady yourselves, fans. Steady ...
When it first began its run on ABC, we covered Lost fairly regularly, but over the years as the show's viewership has dropped, so has our coverage. But now that the final season is set to premiere on Tuesday, February 2, 2010, interest is again on the rise; and when a G4 video on the Lost ARG (Alternate Reality Game) art show landed in our mailbox, we figured we'd share it with our readers.
When we covered the possibility of JJ Abrams working on a big screen adaptation of Stephen King's The Dark Tower along with Damon Lindelof, producer of "Lost", fans were for the most part pretty excited. Sadly, it seems as if that excitement will be short-lived.
Get ready, King faithful. It looks like a big screen adaptation of The Dark Tower may be a little closer than we thought. JJ Abrams recently sat down with both IGN and MTV and slipped in a couple of slivers of Dark Tower-y goodness!
Ever since the news that the rights to make Stephen King’s ultimate horror/fantasy series The Dark Tower into films are in the hands of “Lost” producer Damon Lindelof came out, I’ve been sleeping better at night. Just knowing that it hasn’t gotten into the wrong hands, like Preacher did, is enough to make the wait worth it.