Prometheus arrives June 08, 2012, and the “It’s not Alien, but it is Alien” feature directed by Ridley Scott has a new behind the scenes feature on the movie has been released for everyone to check out.
My head is spinning over all the movies coming out this year. With the rising cost of theater tickets I may have to get a loan from the bank to see them all. And when the lender asks why I need the money, I’m going to show them the latest trailer for Prometheus.
Oh please let there be an unrated extended director’s cut version of this film that arrives on DVD.
I don’t care what Ridley Scott says, Prometheus is most definitely an Alien movie, and no amount of back talking, restating, or wiggling around word meaning is going to change my mind.
Who is excited for Ridley Scott’s Prometheus, the prequel that isn’t necessarily a direct tie to the Aliens franchise? H’wood is betting you are excited, and have released another teaser to the upcoming trailer that hits theaters this week.
Dark Horse Comics has released a sneak peek of titles arriving in stores this week. Take the jump for Conan: Road of Kings #10, Mass Effect: Invasion #2, Star Wars: Invasion – Revelations #5, Star Wars: Knight Errant – Deluge #4, and many more.
When it comes ot Aliens, the scary you can make the experience, the better, which is why Aliens: Colonial Marines from Sega looks all kinds of awesome.
Can hear you…
The latest installment of the Aliens vs. Predator franchise has arrived in comic book form, and Dark Horse has released a sneak peek of issue #5 that arrives in stores this week.
20th Century Fox has Ridley Scott back for a fifth Alien movie that is not a remake of the first or a sequel to the last, but a prequel to the entire Alien franchise.
It will precede that film, in which the crew of a commercial towing ship returning to Earth is awakened and sent to respond to a distress signal from a nearby planetoid. The crew discovers too late that the signal generated by an empty ship was meant to warn them.
Jon Spaihts will write the script, with Ridley Scott tapped to direct the feature.
Can’t believe another month has passed and we are about to be inundated with comic book solicitations from the various publishers – but not by those publishers who haven’t added us to the mailing list (you know who you are, and if you don’t, I’m sure the Major Spoilers Legion will contact you and ask you what is up with that).
September looks to be a pretty good month for Dark Horse, with more Buffy, Aliens, B.P.R.D., and Star Wars comics.
I really have serious doubts about what is going on in the minds of H’wood these days.Â If they aren’t hacking a property to death with an unedning array of sequels, the studios are rebooting franchises, or remaking movies ad nauseum.Â What happened to the days of original flicks?
The latest set of movies in active development are from Ridley and Tony Scott who are producing a prequel to the classic Alien film, as well as The A-Team, based on the NBC television series.Â The producers swear up and down that the Alien movie is not a remake, but rather a prequel to the first Alien movie, which might be kind of interesting, but after the AvP series, I think both of those franchises might want to give it a rest.
As far as the A-Team goes, this version features
a group of Iraq vets wanted by the U.S. military for a crime they didn’t commit. Their adventures combine helping the innocent while running from the law. Story has been given a modern twist by involving oil tycoons and laser technology.
The A-Team arrives June 11, 2010.Â I’m not too sure about oil tycoons and lasers, but if it has a scene involving buttermilk and an airplane, I’m sure it will pack ‘em in.
via Production Weekly
A Predalien from the upcoming Aliens v. Predator – Requiem.
Christmas Day in a theater near you. Ooooo… scary….
As much as people bagged on the first AVP, I didn’t think it was that bad; I mean it is what it is and after seeing the R rated trailer with heads exploding left and right, me wanna see!