Ridley Scott surprised many when he announced there would be a sequel to Blade Runner. There’s also been plans in the works for some time about another Prometheus movie, which came out to mixed reviews, but it certainly has its fans.
Damon Lindelof is the creator of Lost , and he’s also the screenwriter of Prometheus, and Star Trek Into Darkness. And after much deliberation, Lindelof has left the Twittersphere.
There has been troubled buzz on World War Z for quite some time now, and it’s left us scratching our collective heads wondering what went wrong.
We at TG know that Prometheus has a lot of fans out there, and there’s currently a sequel in the works at Fox.
We’ve followed the developments of Prometheus closely before it hit theaters last summer, and while it’s garnered mixed reviews and audience response, it’s clearly done well enough that a sequel has been in development at Fox for some time.
Even as Ridley Scott is getting well into his seventies, he’s not showing any signs of slowing down.
While Prometheus was a disappointment to many, it does have its fans, and a pretty decent core following that would love to see the next installment.
Alien. Prometheus. And now... Mind MGMT.
Wreck It Ralph is a Pixar style animated family film that takes place in the gaming world, and was quite popular last winter when it hit theaters.
Now that we’re in the new year, there are movie lists up everywhere, including here at TG, of the best, worst, most over-rated and under-rated genre flicks of 2012.
While it hit theaters to a mixed reception this summer, there’s definitely a lot of Prometheus fans out there who would certainly love to see more.
It’s great that there are still amazing make-up artists in the business like Rick Baker despite the wide prevalence of CGI in Hollywood.
There was quite a bit of speculation about what form Prometheus would take be before it was finally released. Was it indeed an Alien prequel? Would it be Alien influenced, but still remain its own unique story?
With Prometheus only just finishing up a successful box-office run, and soon coming to Blu-ray, an art book is a good home companion to the film.
Sacrificing characters in the name of 'meaning' leaves you with neither.
The film would have more easily reached its potential if the characters weren't as dumb as rocks.
A few simple fixes could have gone a long way in making Prometheus the film it was meant to be.
The biggest problem with Prometheus is a lack of unified vision.
Prometheus should have been one of the greatest films of the decade, yet it fell flat for many fans. Original screenwriter for the film, Jon Spaihts, offers some insight into what happened.
An extra on the Prometheus Blu-ray indicates that Sir Peter Weyland once knew Dr. Eldon Tyrell.