Toy Fair 2013 is going on right now in New York City (even with all the snow), and we’ve learned that Diamond Select Toys has announced two new licensed lines at the show.
What happens if you are on a space barge, and you don’t have hypersleep? Henrik Bjerragaard Clausen has the answer, in this animated short film that looks at the most boring job in the universe…
In this issue: Zach gives his impressions on watching Alien for the first time, and reflects on how that will make him a better film maker. Matthew has jury duty, and Stephen wonders if people still believe in end of the world myths.
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Wondered how long it would take for some of the summer’s big movies to make an appearance at the San Diego Comic Con. Here’s a great take on one of the Engineers from the Prometheus, though I have no idea why there are a bunch of sexy scientists getting their picture taken with him…
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In 1979, prototypes for 3 ¾” action figures for the ALIEN film were developed but never manufactured. Through our network of industry and collector contacts, Super7 has unearthed the original 33-year-old prototypes and will utilize these to help make these “lost toys” a reality.
Mysterious ships are being totted around by the military. Faces are being eaten off by humans. These certainly are the times we have secretly dreamed would happen. Most of you probably have a rudimentary idea of what you would do if a zombie apocalypse broke out, or signs pre-made to welcome extra-terrestrials to our world. But if I had to choose between invasion, or the dead coming back to life, I’m going with ET every time. And here I present my Top Ten reasons why.
Now that Prometheus has arrived in theaters, the merchandise is starting to appear. NECA has a few items ready to launch at this year’s San Diego Comic Con.
I can’t wait until Friday, June 08, 2012, ’cause that is when Prometheus hits theaters. Let me repeat that – Can. Not. Wait.
A new television spot has appeared, and it simply reinforces my desire to see what Ridley Scott will do with the Alien prequel.
June 8 can not come fast enough, as I’ll be at the earliest showing possible for Ridley Scott’s Alien/not Alien prequel/not prequel Prometheus. Collider snagged a pretty cool featurette with a lot of behind the scenes footage from movie.
Russell Alert in full effect.
Ridley Scott’s Prometheus arrives in theaters on June 6, 2012, and as anticipation for the Alien prequel/not prequel continues to grow, the studio has released a feature, where actress Charlize Theron talks up her character.
I hope 20th Century Fox doesn’t release as much promotional material as Disney did with The Avengers. I’d much rather have bits and pieces dished out as a slow buildup. Of course if the studio wants to release more three minute plus long trailers, I’m not going to complain too much.