On his quest to reshape and take ownership of the ALIEN franchise he began back in 1979, director Ridley Scott might have thought he was going to win over fans who were disappointed by the prequel PROMETHEUS by including the classic xenomorph in the second chapter in his prequel saga, ALIEN: COVENANT. Show More Summary
Michael Fassbender (Prometheus, X-Men series), Rebecca Ferguson (Mission: Impossible—Rogue Nation), Charlotte Gainsbourg (Independence Day: Resurgence), Val Kilmer(Heat) and Academy Award winner J.K. Simmons (Whiplash) star in The Snowman,...Show More Summary
Michael Fassbender (Prometheus, X-Men series), Rebecca Ferguson (Mission: Impossible—Rogue Nation), Charlotte Gainsbourg (Independence Day: Resurgence), Val Kilmer (Heat) and Academy Award winner J.K. Simmons (Whiplash) star in The Snowman,...Show More Summary
We all fell in love with Noomi Rapace after her powerhouse performance in Ridley Scott’s Prometheus. Every single time she’s cast, it’s a celebration, which is why this next title has me drooling in excitement. In the sci-fi thriller What Happened to Monday?, Rapace plays seven twin sisters, who are named after the days of the week. […]
You have got to see this market sales art for the UK horror film Possum, which displays a Thing-like creature coming out of a purse. We previously shared this first image of Sean Harris (of Prometheus fame) in the film written and directed by Matthew Holness, who is the creator of the comedy series “Garth Marenghi’s Darkplace”. The story is […]
Empire has shared a new image from Bright, the latest film from director David Ayer (Suicide Squad and End of Watch) starring Will Smith, Joel Edgerton (The Gift), and Noomi Rapace (Alien: Covenant, Prometheus). The photo highlights Edgerton, who is caked in orc-ness to the point of being unrecognizable. Show More Summary
Even though Ridley Scott has openly stated that there’s not a lot of footage cut from his Alien: Covenant, the Prometheus sequel and Alien prequel that underperformed at the box office earlier this summer, the home video release boasts nearly 20 minutes of deleted scenes. One potential scene includes James Franco’s character back on Earth […]
No, you haven’t stumbled upon The Knife Blog. Sometimes, in the constant search for relevant gear, non-powder burning steel rises to the top. The team over at Prometheus Design Werx has recently designed a solid yet functional everyday carry style knife called the PDW Badger. Show More Summary
Prometheus Design Werx‘ latest knife is a real stunner, with a machined titanium handle, an S35VN steel blade, glow-in-the-dark thumb studs, and a stout look that sets itself apart from other folding knife designs. It’s got a 3? blade, and measures 7? overall.
Mexican muralist José Clemente Orozco’s 1930 fresco, Prometheus, which places the titan in thick columns of fire, towers over a dining hall at Pomona College. Across campus, Mexican City visual artist Adela Goldbard and her team are busy creating papier-mâché sculptures — cacti, trees, even a minibus — and preparing...
There's a story to be told within one of the unresolved plot threads from Prometheus, and it's one that could still be viable in the franchise's future. Read on to see where the series could go, and why that's a good thing.
As most, or all of us, know, the original ALIEN prequel flick PROMETHEUS was co-written by Damon Lindelof aka the dude half-responsible for that fcking TV show LOST. Lindelof was brought into the production after Jon Spaihts turned in his true ALIEN prequel called ALIEN: ENGINEERS. Anyhow, as it turns out Damon was not asked to return on ALIEN: COVENANT -... Read More...
Spoiler warning. While Damon Lindelof didn’t come aboard Prometheus until after Jon Spaihts delivered a screenplay, the writer was the main catalyst for changing the film’s twist, opening the franchise up for multiple sequels. Originally a one-shot prequel to bridge directly into Ridley Scott’s Alien, Prometheus‘ finale was changed to show Elizabeth Shaw (Noomi Rapace) […]
Spoilers for those who haven’t yet seen Alien: Covenant. One of the big reveals in Alien: Covenant was that David killed Elizabeth Shaw (Noomi Rapace) at some point during the 10-year span between the events of Prometheus and the arrival of the Covenant crew. Oddly, however, we didn’t actually find out exactly WHAT David did […]
As you might expect from the headline, there are SPOILERS in this article. ALIEN: COVENANT did its best to sever some of the major dangling threads left over from PROMETHEUS as quickly as possible, tossing ideas aside and ditching the character of Dr. Show More Summary
Before Ridley Scott went into production on Alien: Covenant, his sequel to Prometheus, director Neill Blomkamp had been developing a sequel to James Cameron‘s Aliens with Twentieth Century Fox. Sigourney Weaver was to reprise her role as Ellen Ripley, and since the film ignored Alien3, Michael Biehn was also to return as Cpl. Dwayne Hicks. […]
Directed by: Ridley Scott; Runtime: 122 minutes Grade: C+ Despite a moderately successful box-office turnout (worldwide) and earning generally positive marks from the critic community, Ridley Scott's Prometheus quickly earned and has...Show More Summary
We all fell in love with Noomi Rapace after her powerhouse performance in Ridley Scott’s Prometheus. Every single time she’s cast, it’s a celebration, which is why this next title has me drooling in excitement. In the sci-fi thriller Seven Sisters, also releasing under the title What Happened to Monday?, Rapace plays seven twin sisters, who are […]
Oliver, his son and no one else. That's the bleak future Prometheus laid out for Arrow's season 6, and, while we know a reset of those proportions won't come to pass, we have to wonder if Star City's leading vigilante is ready to swap late nights for early morning school runs and pointed conversations for parent-teacher conferences. Show More Summary
I saw Alien: Covenant this weekend. It wasn’t very good. It was better than Prometheus but so was Paul Blart II: Die Blarter — or whatever that was called. I should say “spoiler alert,” since I will discuss some things in the movie.Show More Summary