Director Ridley Scott would like to bring Harrison Ford with him when he returns to the dystopian world of Blade Runner — just not in the starring role.
Director Guillermo del Toro has revealed that similarities between Ridley Scott’s Prometheus and his own passion project At the Mountains of Madness probably means we won’t see his adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft’s novella for a long time — if ever.
The new international trailer for Ridley Scott’s Prometheus showcases Charlize Theron while fleshing out the premise of the sci-fi epic. The film, which also stars Noomi Rapace, Michael Fassbender and Idris Elba, opens June 8.
At CinemaCon in Las Vegas, 20th Century Fox showed off its summer slate, including Prometheus and Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, and offered world-premiere footage from Taken 2 and Life of Pi.
In a survey of moviegoers by Fandango, Marvel’s The Avengers emerged as the most-anticipated summer movie, beating out such heavy-hitting competition as The Dark Knight Rises, Men in Black 3 and Prometheus. The Joss Whedon-directed film opens May 4.
Fox has debuted a new promotional video for Prometheus featuring Michael Fassbender as the alternately comforting and unnerving android David. Director Ridley Scott’s sci-fi epic opens June 8.
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.
Twentieth Century Fox has launched a UK Starmap Facebook App for Prometheus that reveals, among other things, five new images from director Ridley Scott’s eagerly anticipated sci-fi film.
Sixteen high-resolution stills and behind-the-scenes photos have debuted for Prometheus, the highly-anticipated sci-fi epic from Alien director Ridley Scott.
Fresh from their Saturday panel at WonderCon, director Ridley Scott, screenwriter Damon Lindelof and star Michael Fassbender talked about Prometheus, androids, and what happens when a prequel isn’t really a prequel.