“I could imagine a situation where we finish telling the story,” the erstwhile Ellen Ripley says about continuing the Alien saga.
While the Oscar-winning artist and designer was derided by critics, his highly detailed, and frequently shocking, work was embraced by fans worldwide.
This week Brian Cronin heads to the Batmobile to discover whether famed Alien designer H.R. Giger actually came up with a radical new look for the Dark Knight’s ride for Batman Forever.
Fox has confirmed it’s pushing ahead with a sequel to Ridley Scott’s sci-fi epic Prometheus, with stars Michael Fassbender and Noomi Rapace already signed on for the follow-up, which would arrive in 2014 or 2015. However, co-writer Damon Lindelof may not be available.
If the inevitable success of Prometheus is going to do anything within the industry, it’s convince Hollywood that prequels are the way to put some new life into old franchises. We could argue that, no, the lesson should be getting talented filmmakers to think big and be ambitious, but why fight it? Here are five ideas for prequels to resurrect those other 1980s movie series that you loved.
What makes a prequel a prequel? Damon Lindelof, in explaining why he doesn’t consider Prometheus a prequel to the original Alien, comes up with a pretty good definition of the term… and one that may convince you that no-one ever needs to make another prequel ever again.
The Weyland Industries viral site reveals an interesting image from Ridley Scott’s hotly anticipated sci-fi epic Prometheus.
Director Ridley Scott talks about Prometheus, as well as its connection to classical mythology and the world of Alien.
The Lion King? Star Wars? Titanic? Top Gun? It seems as if the new thing for Hollywood is to take an old movie, turn it into 3D and re-release it in theaters for a whole new audience to… I don’t know, pay for. But why stop with those movies? Here are ten more movies that demand a 3D revival.
Fox has released an official synopsis for Ridley Scott’s Prometheus on the heels of an alleged plot leak that has been declared inaccurate.