The Assassin's Creed movie has been delayed, Twentieth Century Fox has revealed. The movie, which will see Prometheus and X-Men star Michael Fassbender play the leading role, had been due out on 7th August 2015. That will not longer be the case, which isn't surprising, given they haven't even started shooting yet. Show More Summary
Business groups and their political allies advocate deregulation as a pathway to faster growth, pointing to a strong negative relationship between regulatory barriers to entry and economic performance. This column argues that cross-sectional estimates have oversold the strength of this relationship and its implications for policy. Show More Summary
The "Prometheus 2" release date has been pushed back a year due to Ridley Scott's commitments. The 76-year-old film maker has a whole slew of projects before him, which includes the Biblical epic "Exodus: Gods and Kings," which will be out on Boxing Day this year. Show More Summary
Earlier this week, Dark Horse Comics unveiled the first issue of Prometheus: Fire and Stone – a new four-part miniseries that finds a second crew heading to LV-223 in search of the wreckage (and more…) of the ill-fated expedition featured in Ridley Scott’s 2013 film. Show More Summary
ComingSoon.net sits down with Swedish actress Noomi Rapace (Prometheus) to talk about her new crime drama The Drop, in which she co-stars with Tom Hardy, James Galdolfini and Matthias Schoenarts. Based on the short story "Animal Rescue" by Dennis Lehane and directed by Michael Roskam (Bullhead), it opens nationwide on Friday, September 12.
“Prometheus: Fire and Stone” #1 kicks off a crossover event that will bring together Aliens, Predators, and the most mysterious Engineers across four miniseries. It begins a century or so after the events of Prometheus, as the crews of three mythically named ships awake from cryo just before arriving on LV-223. The crew believes they […]
Prometheus is not as bad as we pretend it is. Okay, it's a pretty crappy, made-by-committee clustercuss, but damn if the movie wasn't a triumph of production design and hastily scribbled notes o...
Sean Harris, who you might remember as the guy who really loved rocks in Ridley Scott's Prometheus, is being courted by Paramount Pictures to play the bad guy in Mission: Impossible 5. The deal isn't done, but let's speculate anyway....Show More Summary
The 2012 prequel to the popular 1979 science fiction horror film "Alien" will be getting a sequel on March 4, 2016 and will be titled "Prometheus: Paradise." The "Aliens" sequel "Prometheus" left out a lot of open-ended questions that director Ridley Scott wanted to answer via a sequel.
Sean Harris is relatively unknown, but featured in PROMETHEUS and DELIVER US FROM EVIL. Read the full article on AICN Tom Cruise and Chris McQuarrie gotta start shakin' if they want to make MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE 5's current Christmas 2015...Show More Summary
Sean Harris has been offered the villain role in 'Mission: Impossible 5', but nothing has been finalized at this time. [...]
IfIhadonecomplaintaboutPixar’s Monsters,Inc., itwould probablybethatit’stheleastscarymonstermovieIhaveeverseen.IfIseesomethingwiththeword“monster”inthetitle, Iexpecttobefrightened.Ihavethesameproblemwiththesong“MonsterMash”;it’sreallynotthegraveyardsmash thatitclaimstobe.
Sean Harris (Prometheus) is currently in talks to play the villain in 'Mission: Impossible 5', which has already begun production.
Ridley Scott is about to get Biblical, and we’ve got an awesome sneak peek behind the scenes of the Prometheus filmmaker’s upcoming epic Exodus: Gods and Kings to prove it. Yahoo! Movies scored this amazing featurette showing the 76-year-old director hard at work bringing the story of Moses to the big screen. Show More Summary
What would Monsters, Inc. look like as a horror film? This fan-made video throws a Prometheus spin on the beloved Pixar film, to show us the scarier side of Monsters, Inc.. For a film about monsters who make it their business to fuel their world with the terror of young children, Monsters, Inc. Show More Summary
I’m a huge fan of trailer mash-ups, but usually they’re incredibly sloppy and good for a giggle. This, however, is something far superior. The Unusual Suspect’s YouTube channel as unloaded a trailer for Pete Docter’s 2001 Disney classic, Monsters, Inc., only it has been edited “Prometheus-style”. The new version of the film has a gritty, […]
Bradford, UK film critic Ross Thompson of The Unusual Suspect (see previously) has created a movie trailer for the 2001 Disney Pixar film Monsters, Inc. in the style of the 2012 sci-fi film Prometheus directed by Ridley Scott. via Tastefully Offensive
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Tonight we went to Alamo Drafthouse to see this new Ridley Scott film, Alien. It is a a sequel to his 2012 film Prometheus but more in a loose sense. Spoilers below. Read more...
The director has no less than 3 science fiction films waiting in the wings.