The viral promotional material leading up to the release of Ridley Scott's Prometheus was some of the most buzzworthy stuff to hit the web earlier this year—some would argue it was better than the film itself—and now co-writer Damon Lindelof has opened up about the little side-projects. So what was the point of all those web extras?
Prometheus, this summer's big sci-fi epic from director Ridley Scott, left so many questions unanswered at the end of the movie that a sequel seemed almost mandatory. Well, don't worry, because Scott apparently thinks so too.
Not merely content to follow-up his classic franchises like Blade Runner and Alien, sci-fi guru Ridley Scott is no lining up a good old fashioned disaster film. Great Britain, look out—Sir Ridley is coming for you, next.
Ridley Scott is big on ambiguity and mystery, and there was a fair bit of both in his recent Alien non-prequel Prometheus. One lingering question is what, exactly, did the android David (Michael Fassbender) ask the Engineer at a pivotal point in the film. Now we finally have an answer. Spoilers ahead!
We already knew that Ridley Scott created a very deep, nuanced world for his Alien semi-prequel Prometheus—and a new pic from a scene that didn't make the cut shows off a creepy, different type of Engineer we never had the pleasure to meet. Spoilers below!
Ridley Scott's Prometheus has been praised and razzed since opening this weekend, but like it or not, the film has generated more debate than any sci-fi flick in recent memory. Now star Charlize Theron (Meredith Vickers) has chimed in on some of those theories. What does she think? Spoilers ahead!
If you saw Prometheus over the weekend, you know there's a lot of brutal alien horror at work in the flick. But there's one scene so gruesomely intense that director Ridley Scott said the studio originally didn't even want it to stay in the final cut. MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD!
If you saw Ridley Scott's latest sci-fi epic Prometheus this weekend, you already know it brings a lot more to the table than your typical space horror flick ala Alien. But one intrepid fan has put together an amazingly well-thought-out theory—on everything from religion to the human spirit—that shows just how grandiose Scott may have been aiming. Big, huge spoilers for Prometheus ahead!
Welcome to the next iteration of Syfy's hit blog: BlastrTV, a new online web show that will bring you the same incisive coverage of your favorite movies, TV shows and comics but in a new, televised way. And our first episode digs deep into the origins of Ridley Scott's Prometheus.
For someone who has created some of the most epic sci-fi worlds in modern history, Ridley Scott (Alien, Blade Runner, Prometheus) is apparently not a huge fan of real life space travel. In fact, he thinks it's "@#$!-ing absurd."