LEGO is no stranger to the sci-fi genre. It's inspired block sets, video games, puzzles, and now movie posters.
Now Damon Lindelof has responded to all those rumors that his exit filled the Prometheus sequel. So what does he have to say?
So what's up with Prometheus 2 after Damon Lindelof jumped ship? Star Noomi Rapace has the low down.
Catch up on the entire Alien saga in just 7 minutes right here.
The past year was a big one for sci-fi movies, and according to some, a pretty maddening time when you focus on the "science" part. So which hit movie had the sloppiest science of 2012?
Though it proved a solid hit at the box office, Ridley Scott's Prometheus was a love-it or hate-it affair for most sci-fi fans. The reason? Many blamed Damon Lindelof's (Lost) rewrite, which took a more straight forward Alien prequel and tried to flesh out the big ideas. So depending on which camp you're in, we have some good (or bad) news.
With only a few weeks left until the end of 2012, it's time for everyone to reflect back on the year in entertainment. One editor decided to do it with a supercut, and her seven-minute montage that ties together more than 300 of the year's releases is a reminder that this was a huge year for genre flicks.
Ridley Scott is responsible for two of the most important sci-fi films ever made—Alien and Blade Runner. His return to the Alien franchise, Prometheus, may have seen a mixed response, but that doesn't make us any less excited that the book he most wanted to make a film of has finally found a screenwriter.
Ridley Scott's Alien prequel Prometheus went through about a half-dozen rewrites to make it more standalone before going in front of a camera. But want to see what the script looked like before Damon Lindelof (Lost, Star Trek) was brought in to rewrite it?
Got a strong stomach? This poor Prometheus crewman didn't. Check out an R-rated piece of conceptual art for the controversial Alien outing ... and be glad you had a light lunch.