And what about Benedict Cumberbatch? Will we be seeing him return?
When we found out that one of the lead characters in Brad Bird’s Disney movie Tomorrowland is going to be a young girl robot, my mind didn’t jump to martial arts.
Alasdair Stuart writes; Oh, Prometheus. We just can’t seem to quit you. Last year’s occasionally brilliant, frequently crushingly muddle-headed Beyond The Mountains of Madness In Space movie split audiences, if not down the middle, then certainly off to one side. …
If we believe this little plot blurb, there’s a whole lot here that I hadn’t even guessed at
There are a number of good guesses out there as to what Brad Bird’s Tomorrowland might be about.
A nice bed fellow for Jon Favreau’s Magic Kingdom.
I think the pieces fit together pretty well. Perhaps. A bit.
Damon Lindelof certainly has a way with self deprecation.
Including facehuggers and chestbursters.
From the Prometheus we didn’t get.
Forget that chatter about World War Z being in reshoots right now, it seems that the first report was jumping the gun a little. New information has it that the production will pick up again in the Autumn, and with …
Crikey – the discount is over 85%.
Having said that he would cut Prometheus to make it widely releasable, Ridley Scott has now made it clear that, in fact, he did. In the UK, the film has been given a 15 rating, as opposed to an adults-only …
Those fishing for newslets should pay close attention to Lindelof’s comments on elements of the David story being saved “for later.”
Damon Lindelof in one of today’s top posts: There were drafts that were more explicitly spelled out. I think Ridley’s instinct kept being to pull back, and I would say, “Ridley, I’m still eating shit a year after Lost is over …
There have been three Prometheus viral clips unveiled to date: Peter Weyland’s TED Talk, the David 8 commercial and an Elizabeth Shaw “scanner” piece called The Quiet Eye, each of them successfully enigmatic and, to lesser or greater degrees, atmospheric …
Damon Lindelof’s clues to getting more out of Prometheus.