There's always something exciting about seeing the words "sci-fi" and "Ridley Scott" in the same sentence.
According to Ridley Scott, the much-talked-about sequel to Blade Runner is definitely happening—and he's hinting that it will answer the one question fans of the first film have been debating for 30 years.
The internet has been buzzing the past few days about a little nugget in the Prometheus Blu-ray extras that hint at a potential connection with Ridley Scott's other acclaimed sci-fi franchise—Blade Runner. Now the man behind the stunt has explained exactly what the Easter egg means.
Though it's definitely tied to the original, the final cut of Prometheus wound up being a pretty loose prequel to Ridley Scott's Alien. But it wasn't always that way. Original screenwriter Jon Spaihts put in all kinds of Alien fare in his original drafts, including a wild chestburster moment that co-writer Damon Lindelof later cut.
Ridley Scott's Prometheus came out with a big heaping of hype, but left some fans underwhelmed when it came to answers. With the Blu-ray release tomorrow, we've been promised answers—but there's one thing we won't be getting. Though it's not because the studio didn't try.
With the Blu-Ray of Ridley Scott's Prometheus coming soon on October 9, we've seen a ton of deleted and alternate scenes that were left on the cutting room floor. The latest? The real first alien encounter we didn't get to see in the theatrical version. Obviously, spoilers ahead!
Hungry for next month's Prometheus Blu-ray ? Why wait, when you can chomp down on four deleted scenes featuring some slimy alien skin, a chatty pissed off Engineer and Shaw goin' all Lizzie Borden?
We still have to wait until Oct. 11 to check out Prometheus on Blu-ray, but some of the deleted scenes from the release have already leaked—showing off a ton of new footage that didn't make the cut.
Back in the days before events like Comic-Con became huge corporate affairs with showstopping presentations and star power delivered by the major studios and TV networks, movies were promoted at sci-fi and comic book conventions in a much more quaint way.
It's the face to crash a thousand starships. A deleted scenes list is already out for Prometheus' October Blu-ray release and now here are four scary stills from a horrifying crewman transformation. Can Halloween be far away?