Stevan Mena's sequel to Malevolence, titled Bereavement, is officially on its way to theatres on March 4th, 2011, so you know what that means ... it's time to tango with the MPAA. The ratings board has handed down its rating for the flick, which is R for "sadistic bloody violence, torture, brief language and nudity". All the good stuff!
Okay. We officially have a headache. Is Prometheus an Alien prequel? Is it an entirely different beast altogether? Or is it both? There's certainly a lot of confusion surrounding the Ridley Scott film, and no one on the inside is talking. Although ...
Let's face it. Sharing the screen with an actor as talented as Dragon Tattoo's Noomi Rapace is no easy task. She needs a co-star who's not only up to the challenge but has the acting chops to pull it off. Director Ridley Scott has found his choice for just such a co-star.
We're not entirely sure just how much of a prequel to Alien Ridley Scott's new film Prometheus will be, but being that H.R. Giger is still involved, there's hope!
The role of mentor is a time-honored one. An older, more experienced craftsman taking a younger, impressionable apprentice under his tutelage and guiding him along his path toward mastery of any given skill is a tradition that goes back to ancient times.
Pencil in a new release date for Stevan Mena's Malevolence sequel, Bereavement. The flick's release has been pushed to March 4th, 2011.
It looks like the summer of 2011 is short one blockbuster as 20th Century Fox has opted to push back the release date of its upcoming Planet of the Apes: Rise of the Apes from June 24th to Thanksgiving weekend, November 23rd.
Okay, now this is some news we can celebrate going into the weekend! Not only does the Ridley Scott "Alien prequel" have a title and a star (one we couldn't be more excited about), but we also have a better idea of how it fits into the Alien mythos.
Tom Felton, who is best known as Draco Malfoy in the Harry Potter franchise, spoke a little bit about his upcoming film, Planet of the Apes: Rise of the Apes, and we like what we're hearing. We like it a lot!
More news coming in concerning Ridley Scott's proposed Alien prequels for Fox. There seems to be a bit of a disagreement going on as to who should fill the role of the female lead.
With the premiere of Stevan Mena's Malevolence sequel, Bereavement, happening in select cities February 18th, the promotional goodies are starting to come in. So of course we dug our claws into an exclusive image to get your juices flowing!
Actor Stephen Dorff kicked a lot of ass in the original Blade and has ended up becoming one hell of a fan favorite of the franchise (let's just continue to pretend Trinity never happened, okay?). With Hollywood enjoying prequels, Dorff talked a bit about the possibility of a film that follows his character of Deacon Frost before his showdown with the Daywalker.
Here's some interesting news coming out of Ridley Scott's Alien prequel camp -- Turns out legendary artist and creature designer H.R. Giger is on board for Scott's upcoming prequel(s), and that's bound to make any fan of the series ecstatic.
Enough Alien Prequel News to Dizzy Your Senses: Not Delayed! Working Title Revealed! Actually a Remake?
So, with not even a single frame filmed, the hoopla concerning Ridley Scott's Alien prequel(s) for Fox seems to be jumping on the same type of merry-go-round that the fabled Ghostbusters 3 has been riding for a year. In short ... Everyone has their own set of answers, and all we can do is stare blankly, cross our fingers, and hope for the best.
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?