While we all wait patiently for the official Blu-ray and DVD details for Ridley Scott's Prometheus, Cinefex Magazine got their claws into some deleted plate effects work for Fifield’s undead character. Check 'em out right here!
We just have to ask, does every single thing regarding Prometheus still have to be such a secret? Some artwork appeared on Twitter for what could be the Blu-ray and DVD art for the flick, uploaded by someone named Weyland Investor. Check it out.
Some very sad news has come in this evening: British film director and producer Tony Scott, who most recently worked on Prometheus and the upcoming Stoker, jumped to his death earlier today from the Vincent Thomas Bridge in San Pedro, according to Los Angeles County coroner's officials.
Never underestimate the gumption of an obsessed horror fan! Some cats over in the UK discovered on the BBFC website a list of the extra features for the forthcoming UK release of Ridley Scott’s Prometheus on DVD and Blu-ray. Read on for details.
The marketing campaign for A&E's mini-series Coma has gone viral with billboards and such in NYC and LA along with a website called Coma Conspiracy. Read on for the details of how you can seek the truth and help uncover the conspiracy.
A sequel to Prometheus (review)? You can file that under no-brainer as the movie did amazingly well, and director Ridley Scott already said he wants to do another film. Finally there's a little bit of news on the eventual Part 2! Read on!
A&E has just released the first trailer for “Coma,” a four-hour epic two-night event from Ridley and Tony Scott featuring a multiple Academy Award and Emmy Award-winning cast. Check it out right here.
EW is on a bit of a roll this week as they've scored the first two images from A&E’s “Coma,” a modern day retelling of the Robin Cook novel and iconic film by Michael Crichton.
At San Diego Comic-Con the wonderfully mad geniuses over at NECA unveiled their official line of Prometheus collectibles. Check them out inside, and let us know when you're ready to pick your jaw up off of the floor.
During this year's Comic-Con fans can partake in an immersive experience into A&E’s “Coma,” a modern day retelling of the Robin Cook novel and iconic film by Michael Crichton, where they can interact with nurses and doctors from the institute and check out set pieces from the mini-series.
There's no doubt about it. The most jarring thing to be found within the movie Prometheus (review) was the voluntary Caesarean scene. Artist James Lee has just delivered into the world a different take on it! Dig it!
Since Prometheus debuted a few weeks ago, we've had viral videos, alien language translations, and walkthroughs all attempting to make sense of it, and now comes Trembles weighing in with his thoughts on the film. Read on to see what he has to say about it.
If there's one thing that Ridley Scott's Prometheus (review) did right, it was to spark discussion. While the movie seemed pretty cut and dried to me, lots of folks have lots of questions. Maybe this walkthrough video can lend you cats a hand!
Summer's just begun, but we're already looking forward to Labor Day weekend thanks to A&E. That's when the network is premiering Coma from executive producers Ridley and Tony Scott via a special two-night event. Read on for the teaser trailer and additional info.