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.
A couple of new images from the set of Ridley Scott's upcoming could-be-an-Alien-prequel, Prometheus, have popped up online, and if we were you, we'd hurry up and view them stat. Something tells us they won't be around very long! Prometheus stars Noomi Rapace, Charlize Theron, Idris Elba, Logan Marshall-Green, Ben Foster, and Michael Fassbender.
Well now, it seems the real cat is out of the bag as far as the official synopsis for Ridley Scott's upcoming could-be-an-Alien-prequel, Prometheus, goes; and with it comes the announcement of a new cast member.
Could it be? Really? A plot outline for Ridley Scott's upcoming could-be-an-Alien-prequel, Prometheus? Honestly? No one really knows for sure so we'll file this under rumor until confirmation comes.
Questions abound regarding Ridley Scott's upcoming could-be-an-Alien-prequel, Prometheus. Will it have aliens? Will it tie in to the other Alien films? Just what the hell is it? Well, some answers have finally come.
Some more chatter is coming in for Ridley Scott's upcoming could-be-an-Alien-prequel, Prometheus, this time from Damon Lindelof, who recently appeared on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show. Get ready to dig a little deeper regarding just what the hell this flick is.
We still really don't know a damned thing about Ridely Scott's upcoming film, Prometheus, other than it could be an Alien prequel and it has a killer cast. Will we get any Xenomorph action? Hell, will we get any monster action at all?
The following Prometheus images came to our attention yesterday, but we've been sitting on them ever since, the reason being that several sites hosting them were asked to take them down. However, that hasn't stopped their spread, and they're still very much out there on some major banners. So without further ado ... here they are.
When it comes to movies that at one time got us excited but now give us headaches, 20th Century Fox's Prometheus, you know that flick that happens in the Alien universe that may or may not be part of the Alien franchise, is way up there at the top of our lists just below Ghostbusters 3.
Though no one is exactly positive just how Prometheus will be fitting into the Alien franchise, that doesn't mean talk of more films that definitely will is out of the question. Read on for details. Our friend Clint from Moviehole was privy to some recent behind-the-scenes chatter, and here's what he had to say ...
There's so much mystery swirling around Ridley Scott's upcoming Alien prequel(?!?) Prometheus that it's getting harder and harder to decipher the real from hyperbole. Other than casting no one's been able to nail down just what this flick is about. Until now?
A few days ago rumors start swirling around regarding Guy Pearce having a role in Prometheus (you know that sort of Alien prequel thing Ridley Scott's doing) and today confirmation has finally come. He's IN!
Until final confirmation comes let's file this one as coming from the rumor mill, but if this latest Prometheus (you know that sort of Alien prequel thing Ridley Scott's doing) scoop pans out? Oh happy day!