New on DVD, Blu-ray and streaming this week, 'Prometheus' comes home, as well as some snappy, smart TV, and a classic on Blu-ray. ...
With the impending release of Ridley Scott's 'Prometheus' on Blu-ray and DVD, some of our readers will be getting a nifty Steelbook Edition only released in the UK. Said edition will hand its owners a very interesting Easter egg indeed via the bonus features: A possible connection between the 'Prometheus' and Scott's 1982 classic 'Blade Runner'. (It's unclear to us at the moment if this is relegated to the UK edition or is featured in all editions.) Geeks, start your drooling!
20th Century Fox is looking to jump-start a new way to get home video into people's houses by the offer of exclusivity. Starting with their 'Prometheus,' Fox is releasing the film for digital download on September 18, where the DVD and Blu-ray (and VOD options) won't street until October 11.
Leading up to the premiere of Ridley Scott's 'Prometheus,' it seemed like a new clip or featurette was being released every day. We thought we were done. We thought it was over. We thought wrong. Here's yet another new clip from 'Prometheus' to prepare you for the DVD and Blu-ray release in October.
Ever since the end credits started rolling on 'Prometheus' we began to wonder if and when we'd finally get some answers. The 'Prometheus' DVD and Blu-ray hit stores this October and we've got a listing of the new deleted scenes that will be on the discs. What are they and what will they tell us about 'Prometheus?'
You'd think with the holiday the entertainment industry would take a break, but here we are with another installment of the Weekly Dose of Ridiculous. This week Seth Meyers might be making the dumbest career move possible, 'Amazing Spider-Man' tries to make us care about a sequel, FX passed on one of the best shows in 10 years, and a theater employee played God.
Ridley Scott is infamous for his inevitable director's cuts, but according to the info for the upcoming 'Prometheus' DVD and Blu-ray release, we'll merely be getting some alternate and deleted scenes, but no extended cut.
Will this be enough to explain what everyone drank on that ship to inspire such horrible decisions? (Our guess: Four Loko.)
If you haven't seen 'Prometheus' it might be wise to stay away from Regal Cinemas Thornton Place in Seattle, where a ticket-taker felt morally obligated to spoil the film for movie-goers as they entered the theater. And maybe the weirdest part of the story is why he felt obligated to spoil the film.