Prometheus - deleted scene
They’re working on the script. I met Ridley in London a couple of weeks ago. I would love to work with him again and I know that he would like to do another one. It’s just like we need to find the right story. I hope we will… I love working with Ridley. It was pure joy. It was really hard work sometimes. My body was a complete mess – I had bruises and cuts and emotionally I was a bit slammed. But being in his world and his universe was such an amazing experience.
“And it’s interesting because people, most people I’ve talked to who see the movie, see things that are quite different. Some people who see the movie many times and discover new things. There are all these religious aspects and there are very interesting conversations. And for me, if we do a second one, there are a lot of things to explore in there and to continue. I would love to do it.”
Noomi Rapace discusses the status of Ridley Scott’s planned Prometheus sequel
This painting was allegedly discovered at a Beijing flea market and is believed to be the work of influential Chinese artist Qi Baishi. They claim that H. R. Giger stole the concept from the Chinese artist.
Obviously bullshit seeing how Giger’s never looked like the movie version. The movie version adapted it to have less penis head for a main stream movie.
I enjoyed Prometheus a lot, more than most, but I have no problem admitting that the movie’s script was less than ideal. Well, good news — guess who won’t be back for the forthcoming Prometheus sequel? Hollywood blockbuster generating robot Damon Lindelof! Here’s what Lindelof had to say about his non-involvement…
“Prometheus was a rewrite. Jon Spaihts wrote a script and I rewrote it. And still it was a year of my life that I spent on Prometheus. The idea of building a sequel to it—from the ground up this time—with Ridley is tremendously exciting, but at the same time, I was like, ‘Well that’s probably going to be two years of my life.’ I can’t do what J.J. [Abrams] does. I don’t have the capability. I’m usually very single-minded creatively. I can only be working on one thing at a time.”
Someone needs to update Damon Lindelof’s operating system. Only one task at once? That’s some first-generation iPad s–t. Oh, by the way, all the cool, heady big ideas, backstory about the Engineers and well, most of the plot stuff that actually made sense? That was Jon Spaihts. The annoying way the movie sort of, but neeeever quite connects to Alien? That was Lindelof’s main contribution. So hey, here’s to a coherent Prometheus 2.
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