For the past months, not much has been known about the progress of Ridley Scott film 'Prometheus 2' until this week, when the 76-year-old director has started dropping some hints about the alien prequel/sequel with a revelation that the flick will feature a "fresh" monster.
While Noomi Rapace and Michael Fassbender's severed head journey through the cosmos, Sir Ridley Scott is hard at work at chronicling their adventures in his script for Prometheus 2. And now he's dropped a fascinating bombshell about the movie: It's going to have a new type of alien we've never seen before. Read more...
The word “alien” is a big deal when talking about Prometheus and its potential sequel. Ridley Scott‘s film was, after all, a return to the universe he helped create in his defining 1979 film Alien. The signature alien — the xenomorph...Show More Summary
Prometheus was an adequate enough introduction back into Ridley Scott‘s Alien universe. A lot of questions were left unanswered, but that is part of the beauty of the Science Fiction genre; a sense of mystery, room to theorize, to talk with others and debate and learn in a reciprocal manner. It’s not any secret […]
While director Ridley Scott is currently hard at work putting together all of the pieces to make The Martian, his next sci-fi thriller starring Matt Damon, that doesn't mean that he isn't still thinking about the future of Prometheus. Show More Summary
Director Ridley Scott reveals that 'Prometheus 2' will introduce a 'fresher form of alien' in the third act of this highly-anticipated sequel. [...]
Back in October Noomi Rapace, who plays Elizabeth Shaw in Prometheus, exclaimed that God or [the] Devil in Ridley Scott’s planned sequel. Scott refutes this a bit in a new interview with The Australian. In it, he explains that the script, which is “written (and)…really good,” is “fresh” and “getting away from gods and dragons […]
Little by little we are learning more about what we can expect from PROMETHEUS 2, but without an official synopsis we're gathering what little info we have from some of the people involved with the project. A few months ago director...Show More Summary
There was a time when the name Ridley Scott had film - and especially SciFi - fans salivating at the mouth. Unfortunately, after Gladiator, it's been mostly downhill, with Prometheus leaving a particularly sour taste. That's why you're entitled to be...
Ridley Scott (Blade Runner, Prometheus) is producing an adaptation of the Arthur C. Clarke novel 3001: The Final Odyssey for a television miniseries on the Syfy network. 3001 is the last of three sequels to Clarke’s 2001: A Space Odyssey, and the story focuses on the character of Dr. Frank Poole 1,000 years after the events of 2001. The miniseries will be written by […]
When Ridley Scott’s Prometheus came to an end, it left us hanging in a big way. Survivor Dr. Elizabeth Shaw (Noomi Rapace) shoots off into space in hopes of finding the Engineers’ home planet, and making them explain to her why they wanted to kill all life on Earth. Green Lantern‘ writer Michael Green is […]
At the end of Ridley Scott's Prometheus, Noomi Rapace's character of Elizabeth Shaw finally got to meet one of the Engineers that created her and the rest of humanity. The only trouble with that meeting was that it turned out the gods who created us wanted to take us out of this universe just as quickly, and had the weapons to do so. Show More Summary
The new trailer for the live-action digital series Halo: Nightfall has the look of both Alien and Prometheus, and rightfully so since Ridley Scott serves as the series' executive producer. You can check out the trailer below. Halo: Nightfall...Show More Summary
We recently heard from director Ridley Scott that PROMETHEUS 2 would be xenomorph-less, a big blow to the fans of the ALIEN franchise who, disappointed with PROMETHEUS, held out hope the follow-up would bring the beloved toothy extraterrestrials to the forefront. Show More Summary
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Fans wanting to see more of the classic H.R. Giger Alien on the big screen are, unfortunately, going to have to keep waiting. Ridley Scott today tells Yahoo! Movies UK that, despite their tease in the first film, the Xenomorphs won't appear in his upcoming Prometheus 2.
Time to clean out your chests, er, desks, guys.
Filmmaker Ridley Scott says the H.R. Giger-designed "Aliens" Xenomorph won't appear in the "Prometheus" sequel.
Ridley Scott gives an update on the sequel 'Prometheus 2' and 'Blade Runner 2', both of which are in pre-production. [...]
WhiletheupcomingreleaseofhisbiblicalactionfilmExodus:GodsandKingshasstirredupplentyofcontroversy regardingthecastingchoicesfortherolesofAncientEgyptiansandtheirslavesandthieves,directorRidleyScottwouldmuchrathertalkaboutthefuture.Specifically,the76-yearoldcan’tseemtostopexpressinghisjoyoverthefactthathesaysthatHarrisonFordisonboard...Show More Summary