The holidays are here: Hannukah has started its eight-day festival, Christmas will be here in three days, and the Pagan holiday of Winter Solstice was last night. But the real reason to celebrate: the Prometheus trailer is out!
Ridley Scott is a serious tease! The director appears in the third and final promo for the highly anticipated Prometheus trailer. The latest video has hit the 'Net and it promises an awesome story with a serious surprise.
Only yesterday, we brought you a first exciting look at the upcoming 1st official trailer (yes, it's a teaser trailer FOR the trailer) for Ridley Scott's upcoming sci-fi tentpole Prometheus. Today, we get another sneak peek at what's coming up in part-deux of that teaser.
In what feels like a movie-marketing first, here's a warm-up for the first full trailer of Ridley Scott's science fiction flick—and we get our first looks at Michael Fassbender, Idris Elba and freaky alien goo in action.
We've had confirmation from Ridley Scott himself that whatever connection Prometheus will have to Alien is loose at best, but we've never known just how loose. Now Scott is helping us along by confirming that the original creatures, better known as "xenomorphs," will have no part in his return to science fiction.
Ridley Scott and Fox have done a pretty good job of keeping their Alien prequel under wraps. But there have been some cracks in the veil of secrecy: First, a very spoilery look at what might be the entire plot and after a blurry image leaked out, Fox has revealed the first poster.
A few days ago the 'net got a glimpse of what appeared to be a very poor quality version of the as-yet-unofficial trailer for Ridley Scott's mysterious Prometheus. The film has been under such tight wraps that we're hungry for any glimpse we get, but Fox Filmed Entertainment CEO Tom Rothman was not amused.
We can't wait for Ridley Scott's Prometheus to finally hit the screens next summer—and if the recently released pictures haven't whet your appetites yet, this WILL. It's the ''possible'' plot synopsis of the movie, and IF it's real, it's full of awesome, major spoilery goodness.
It's time to get up close and personal with Prometheus. Five new production photos have debuted and they scream sci-fi! They've got explorers in space suits, high-tech ships and even an android played by the amazing Michael Fassbender. What's not to love?
What if Sam Peckinpah got to make a superhero movie? What might David Lynch's Return of the Jedi have looked like? Hollywood is a mysterious land filled with tantalizing combinations of talent and subject that could've produced either classic pieces of genre entertainment—or disasters of gargantuan proportions.