El director Ridley Scott cada vez tiene más planes para la secuela de Prometheus, cuyo nombre oficial ahora es Alien: Covenant. Al final Scott ya no quiere hacer una secuela, ni dos, sino que Covenant será la primera parte de una nueva trilogía, cuya última parte se conectará con la primera película de Alien.
Last week, director Ridley Scott let it slip that the sequel to Prometheus was now going to be called Alien: Covenant. 20th Century Fox made that official Monday morning with a new logo and, most curiously, a very confusing plot synopsis.
Ridley Scott lo ha hecho de nuevo. La próxima película de la franquicia Alien, que recibió una especie de precuela con Prometheus en 2012, volvió a cambiar su nombre. Hasta ahora era conocida como “Alien: Paradise Lost”, pero finalmente la película se llamará Alien: Covenant, y se estrena el 6 de octubre de 2017.
What do you do when you’re working on a sequel to a movie that was visually stunning but made heads explode to think about? You hire someone to rewrite it who has just finished doing that. Brace yourselves for John Logan’s version of Alien: Paradise Lost.
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Somehow, the news that Ridley Scott wants to make three Prometheus sequels is not the most ridiculous Prometheus news this week. Scott himself announced the sequel to the semi-Alien-prequel will now be named Alien: Paradise Lost—which is super-strange given that Scott literally said Prometheus 2 has nothing to do with…
When Ridley Scott’s Prometheus hit theaters, it was polarizing for a bunch of reasons. Some of the biggest were its connections to Alien, which created more questions than they answered.
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Of the umpteen or so upcoming movies Ridley Scott has said he’s directing, it turns out that Prometheus 2 is at the top of the list. At the recent NASA/The Martian event, the director announced he is already currently scouting locations for the sequel, presumably for Noomi Rapace and Michael Fassbender’s severed head…
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While the first Prometheus definitely opened the door to a sequel, very few walked out actually thinking it was going to happen. The 2012 film was a middling financial and critical success so though there was talk of a follow-up, it seemed likely the project would fade away and die. It has now risen from the dead.
While Noomi Rapace and Michael Fassbender's severed head journey through the cosmos, Sir Ridley Scott is hard at work at chronicling their adventures in his script for Prometheus 2. And now he's dropped a fascinating bombshell about the movie: It's going to have a new type of alien we've never seen before.
When Noomi Rapace and the severed head of Michael Fassbeder resume their interstellar adventures in Prometheus 2, they can take comfort in the fact that they won't be bothered by any more xenomorphs. Ridley Scott says the sequel to his 2012 quasi-prequel to Alien will be completely devoid of Aliens. Yay?
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Ridley Scott confirmed months ago that the script to Prometheus 2 was in the bag. Filming is slated to begin this fall, with a projected release date of March 2016. Now, in unsurprising but auspicious news, Michael Fassbender has confirmed he's "doing a sequel," presumable reprising his role as David (Davids?).
Prometheus 2 is (probably) arriving on March 4th, 2016. At the moment, it's slotted for "an unnamed Ridley Scott project," but since Scott recently confirmed the Prometheus 2 script is finished, it's a likely guess. Are you ready for the continuing adventures of Space Noomi Rapace and Michael Fassbender's severed head?