The featurettes, TV spots and images are starting to roll in for the upcoming science fiction film 'Prometheus,' and each one reveals a bit more about the Damon Lindelof-written story that has managed to stay a secret since shooting last year. Now a brand new featurette reveals even more about the movie and what fans can expect.
There have been a number of casting rumors for Ridley Scott's 'The Counselor,' with one having Angelina Jolie joining future husband Brad Pitt in the picture. Jolie has got 'Maleficent' moving into production - which she was trying to schedule around - and now it looks like Angelina is out and Cameron Diaz has landed the part.
We might end up remember 2012 as the year all of our box-office records were shattered. ‘The Hunger Games’ knocked out a few key records on March. ‘The Avengers’ appears ready to test a few worldwide records. And overseas, though we’re still weeks away from its opening, Ridley Scott’s ‘Prometheus’ just set a new record for IMAX ticket sales.
Fox really wants you guys to see this movie. 'Prometheus' isn't a hard sell to fans of Ridley Scott's original 'Alien' film (and the three sequels that followed), but for general audiences unfamiliar with 'Alien' or unaware of the threads 'Prometheus' shares with it, the dark sci-fi film might be a tougher sell.
So here's another featurette to make sure you are well educated before the film hits theaters this June!
As we gear up for this summer's movie season - which starts in a little over a week - one of our most anticipated is 'Prometheus' which has Ridley Scott returning to the science fiction well and the world of 'Alien.' But (as we've been told) it's not a prequel in the classic sense of setting up the first film. There's a new featurette, and it speaks to its brilliant director while offering new footage. Take a look...
It's hard to call what 20th Century Fox is doing to promote Ridley Scott's 'Prometheus' "viral." It's not like they're hiding what they're doing, it's not spreading because people found it accidentally, it didn't get popular without the context of the movie itself, and all the movie sites know about it. So let's call it 'in character.' Here's some posters for the movie which don't directly sell the movie.