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Prometheus Official Trailer 3 | Video

Each new trailer for Ridley Scott’s upcoming film Prometheus seems to reveal another layer to the story. Following a clip that featured a faux advertisement starring Michael Fassbender as the android character David, the latest full trailer depicts a team — made up of characters portrayed by …

Prometheus – Happy Birthday David | Video

Meet David. He looks like an average guy and you probably wouldn’t even think twice if you saw him on the streets of New York City. But – this is where things gets interesting – David is actually an extremely advanced android built by Weyland Industries who is …

Prometheus – Official Trailer 2 | Video

Sci-fi fans — and movie fans in general — are still buzzing over whether Prometheus is in fact a prequel to the 1979 classic Alien. Director Ridley Scott and writer Damon Lindelof (erstwhile Lost co-showrunner) have both deflected the discussion, stating that while the film operates in …

Blade Runner – Original Sketchbook | Digital Edition

The black and white illustration above certainly isn’t too impressive, but its in fact the preliminary sketch of Rick Deckard’s police spinner in the movie “Blade Runner”. Adding fuel to the perpetual rumor mill of an upcoming sequel by director Ridley Scott, the original sketchbook to the …

Prometheus – Official Trailer

Capitalizing our innate fear of vast voids and the unknown, director Ridley Scott will be at the helm of the “Alien” franchise once again with “Prometheus”. Derived from Greek mythology as the titan who created man, a team of explorers went to search for the origin of …

Prometheus – New Movie Poster

In Greek mythology, the Titan god Prometheus gave raise to mankind, first by forging out of clay. Then, he stole fire from Zeus so man can have warmth and light. Fittingly, an advanced space craft with the same name arrived at the galaxy’s fringe, in search of …

Blade Runner 2 – New Film By Director Ridley Scott | Rumor

They are some of the most memorable scenes in the world of Science Fiction films, partly because they prescribed a future quite probable – a Los Angeles in perpetual state of purgatory, close to be dystopia yet filled with prospective wonderments and amenities. That particular L.A. was …