Science fiction is back in a tale of out of this world greatness in a 2012 film known as Prometheus. Prometheus was directed by Ridley Scott and it was produced by Ridley Scott, Walter Hill and David Giler. This movie features fantastic story lines that were written by the talented Jon Spaihts and Damon Lindelof. The music of the film was chosen by Mark Straitened. In addition, the movie features a cast of several well-known talents including: Charlize Theron, Logan Marshall-Green, Idris Elba, Guy Pearce, Michael Fassbender and Noomi Rapace. The film lasts for 124 minutes in length, and during that time viewers are taken into an amazing fantasy world of science fiction.
This film slaps viewers in the face with suspenseful moments of death defying action and adventure. The setting of Prometheus takes place in a futuristic space ship called "Prometheus" in the years that are near the end of the 21st century. The story centers on the crew of the spaceship who set of to save the world from destruction from evil. They had discovered a special map in the shape of a star that they found in the rubble of older human civilizations. But, in addition to the star shaped map, the crew had found a threat to the remaining human civilizations. They set of to save these civilizations from the threat. The characters of this movie include:
Fifield: Fifield is a knowledgeable geologist and crew member of the Prometheus ship. After a few missions aboard the ship, he grew severely mentally unstable.
Charlie Holloway: Charlie Holloway is an archaeologist on board of the Prometheus ship. He falls in love with Elizabeth Shaw in the movie.
Millburn: An exceptional biologist, Millburn is a great addition to the crew of Prometheus.
Janek: he is the brain behind the operations; he is the commander of the ship and the crew members. He has had extensive training, and he also has a military background.
Elizabeth Shaw: a religious archaeologist who is a member of the crew of Prometheus. Her faith helps her through the missions. This film is rated R.
Sad news today. It has been confirmed that iconic action film director, Tony Scott, has committed suicide in Los Angeles. Brother to Ridley Scott and the second half of Scott Free Productions, Scott has put his special touch on a long list of great films. Whether as a producer of movies like “Prometheus,” or as the director of great iconic movies like “Top Gun” and “Enemy of the State,” his knack for delivering drama and intense action has deeply impacted Hollywood’s film industry.
He's been a special agent, a sex addict, a creepy android and Magneto; now Michael Fassbender will be taking on the role of a time-traveling assassin. Ubisoft, creator of the "Assassin's Creed" series of video games, is working on putting together a movie adaptation with Sony. Ubisoft has apparently demanded a huge amount of control over creative aspects like script approval and casting, so the deal seems to be going a bit slowly, but one thing is settled: Michael Fassbender will produce and play the lead.
After summer’s nail-biting space drama “Prometheus,” audiences were left asking a lot of pointed, intelligent questions regarding the fate of the characters. Or, there were those like me were going, “Huh. Really? But…? Huh.” But there is good news for both ends of the spectrum! A sequel to the prequel might currently be in the works, and aims to tie those open endings into a nice, neat gory space bow for us. Yet again, Sigourney Weaver in her underwear is not, reportedly, involved.
It would be nice to say that June started off with a bang, but really last weekend's offerings were a little underwhelming this second weekend, however, was impressive indeed, thanks in most part to "Prometheus" and "Madagascar 3." "Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted" took the top spot over the weekend, even though "Prometheus" originally had it beat on Friday. The animated threequel brought in $59.6 million over the weekend, putting it about on pace to match the second movie in the franchise (which opened to about $63 million).
Summer is in full swing, and while the really big movies (i.e. "The Dark Knight Rises") won't be out until July, June still has some offerings for you. This weekend offers a thoughtful sci-fi thriller and, if that's too much for you, a goofy animated movie that works for kids and adults. "Prometheus" Rated R, 2 hrs. 04 mins. When the creator of "Alien" and the creator of "Lost" team up to make a sci-fi thriller, you know you're in for something special.
A photo making its way around the internet suggested that Ridley Scott's "Alien" not-exactly-a-prequel "Prometheus" is sticking with a harder cut. Recently, 20th Century Fox confirmed. Collider confirmed via official comment from 20th Century Fox that IMDB user dvonnesoneek's photo doesn't lie: the Motion Picture Association of America has indeed given this month's "Prometheus" an R-rating. When addressing the rating to Collider, 20th Century Fox CEO Tom Rothman claimed confirmed that despite the rating citing "sci-fi violence including some intense images, and brief language," the "Alien" universe off-shoot "will not be compromised either way.
So far, there has been a lot of mystery surrounding the exact plot of "Prometheus." Early on, we couldn't even get a straight answer as to whether it was a true prequel to "Alien" or not (it looks now like the answer is definitively yes). But now the reviews are out, and the veil is lifted! We'll avoid spoilers, because supposedly the movie is a better experience the less you know about the plot (hence the secrecy). But there might be some curiosity about whether or not the movie is, you know, any good.
Yeah, Michael Fassbender. You seem nice and everything, but we're still just going to go over to this side of the room, now. Half the fun of summer blockbusters is had in watching the marketing. With the exception of the straight-forward manipulation of the hype and speculation surrounding "The Dark Knight Rises", few campaigns have been as intriguing as the one heralding Ridley Scott's sci-fi thriller "Prometheus". 'Twas enough that the early chatter surrounding it alleged that Scott had in fact prequelized his landmark 1979 terror-in-space classic "Alien".
One could've forgiven anybody who'd previously lost "Prometheus" among the summer-movie shuffle presently dominated by "The Dark Knight Rises", "The Amazing Spider-Man" and "The Avengers." One well-received teaser-for-the-teaser and a rave-reviewed teaser trailer later, the Ridley Scott space romp looks more and more like a must-see. With the film hitting theaters June 8, it's about time the TV campaign began. It was once believed that Scott would craft "Prometheus" as a prequel to his sci-fi horror opus "Alien," but instead ended up directing a stand-alone story that's set amid the same universe and 30 years before the first tangle between Ellen Ripley and a xenomorph on board the Nostromo.