12/11/2012



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Prometheus screentest.

Michael Fassbender was the only possibile choice for this part!

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22/10/2012



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Prometheus features custom created furniture by Brisbane Designer Jason Bird of Luxxbox Designs. Bird’s custom created tables from his ‘Brainwash’ series appear in the one of the early scenes of the film in the “Crew Dining Hall” onboard the Prometheus spaceship.

Prometheus features custom created furniture by Brisbane Designer Jason Bird of Luxxbox Designs. Bird’s custom created tables from his ‘Brainwash series appear in the one of the early scenes of the film in the “Crew Dining Hall” onboard the Prometheus spaceship.

11/10/2012



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Lawrence of Arabia leapt to mind when I cast Michael Fassbender because I realized that Michael Fassbender, with blond hair is not the same, but not dissimilar to, and if you were ever gonna redo Lawrence you’d probably certainly want Michael Fassbender to be Lawrence. And I thought, you get a person, a being onboard the ship who is of serious intelligence, probably an IQ of 225 or 300 he’d wanna definitely entertain himself, and by entertaining himself he would naturally educate himself, by watching everything that’s onboard. So he’s been through the entire library of a million movies. The thing that stuck to mind was Lawrence of Arabia which he plays again and again mainly because he loves the anecdotal thinking of Lawrence himself so we go on out and the line is him saying: “The point is not minding it hurts” when Lawrence burns his finger. Which in a funny kind of way has a kind of loose, metaphorical connection to a person who has no soul, has no feelings and in fact is David. So that’s why maybe he gravitated towards Lawrence because Lawrence, in a funny kind of way while he was a very passionate character also had a degree of a soulless quality to him which made him kind of even more powerful. So I thought it was a good connection”

—Ridley Scott, Prometheus Director Commentary

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14/9/2012



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“I enjoyed “Prometheus”; I thought it was great. I thought it was Ridley returning to science fiction with gusto, with great tactical performance, beautiful photography, great native 3D. There might have been a few things that I would have done differently, but that’s not the point, you could say that about any movie.”

James Cameron on “Prometheus”

09/6/2012



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Prometheus B-movie style vintage poster art by Cucaracha Borracha

Prometheus B-movie style vintage poster art by Cucaracha Borracha

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07/6/2012



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theavc:
While [Ridley] Scott has said [Prometheus] began as a prequel to his 1979 classic Alien, then evolved into a stand-alone film, it still feels like a prequel, given how hard it works to place all the Alien pieces on the board by the end of the story. Even more so, though, it feels like an Alien remake for a new era of filmmaking. So many of the characters, plot beats, and design elements are familiar from Alien, it’s actively distracting. But where Alien was grimy and claustrophobic, Prometheus is polished, expansive, and at times breathtakingly beautiful.

Ridley Scott suffers from a bit of George Lucas syndrome with Prometheus.

theavc:

While [Ridley] Scott has said [Prometheus] began as a prequel to his 1979 classic Alien, then evolved into a stand-alone film, it still feels like a prequel, given how hard it works to place all the Alien pieces on the board by the end of the story. Even more so, though, it feels like an Alien remake for a new era of filmmaking. So many of the characters, plot beats, and design elements are familiar from Alien, it’s actively distracting. But where Alien was grimy and claustrophobic, Prometheus is polished, expansive, and at times breathtakingly beautiful.

Ridley Scott suffers from a bit of George Lucas syndrome with Prometheus.

31/5/2012



28/5/2012



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10/5/2012



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the cast of PROMETHEUS on EW

the cast of PROMETHEUS on EW

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09/5/2012



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no, we’re not ;-)

no, we’re not ;-)

17/4/2012



Happy Birthday David (NEW Prometheus Viral with creepy Michael Fassbender)

this movie’s gonna be AWESOME

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11/4/2012



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Ridley Scott is not amused by Michael Fassbender’s antics  at the Prometheus Paris premiere. Lol :-D

Ridley Scott is not amused by Michael Fassbender’s antics at the Prometheus Paris premiere. Lol :-D

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05/4/2012



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01/4/2012



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