20th Century Fox have supplied Bleeding Cool with the following Prometheus images, allowing us to take you on board the ship for a tour of some mysterious areas.
Some big, important scenes go down in these locations. Can we divine any clues as to what they might be? Clicking through on the images will make them significantly bigger, and more detailed.
And then, finally, we have two more animated images, more pieces for the grand Prometheus puzzle.
Let’s start with another look at spacesuited folk with flamethrowers. We’ve pretty much known the film will feature these from the reveal of the first marketing material, and the clips at Comic-Con last year. I hope they get something really, really nasty to burn.
And here we have a look at something part-natural, part-unnatural looking, and in a very different way to the biomechanics of Alien. A geological structure that’s been messed with, and turned into… something.
Fancy computer. Far fancier than the ones of Alien, which is set some years after this film. Read it as a sign of the Prometheus being more expensive, and for a higher class of unwitting alien fodder, than the Nostromo.
And these two images introduce us to the Med Pod 720i, and the idea that Elizabeth Shaw is going to spend some time in there.
It’s an advanced piece of technology so, let’s suppose, just for example, there’s something nasty in Shaw’s body… and it needs to be removed… this Med Pod would be a lifesaver. It could really help take care of that problem with its computer controlled robotic surgical arms and laser scalpel.
Now the animations. Here’s one of the ancient “star chart” artefacts, as prominently featured in the film.
And finally, an animated version of the film’s “key art”, best known from the poster. When are they going to give us some more clues about what that head really is?
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