Prometheus is definitely one of the most active and has a very revelatory internet marketing campaign that Ridley Scott introduces to the world of science fiction. There is definitely an air of mystery when it comes to this new movie that is bound to hit the big screen on June 8th 2012. Ridley Scott still stands behind their first comment on what the plot of Prometheus will be. Prometheus is an amazing spaceship that carries a team set out on a scientific expedition sponsored by the Weyland Corporation. They are on a mission to find the origins of man but they will soon find an advanced civilization of an extraterrestrial race that will soon be a threat to the existence of humanity. Although, this makes people itch with anticipation it does not mean we don’t have new updates on what Prometheus have in store for audiences around the world. Read on to learn more about this anticipated film: Prometheus
“The Recent Scoop On The Elusive Prometheus Movie
The movie has been under wraps for years: Fox would not even confirm it was related to Alien and refused to show more than a trailer to any significant number of viewers until mid-April. But on a gray April 3 in London, under relentless rain, The Hollywood Reporter executive editor, features, Stephen Galloway approached the squat Abbey Road Studios — home of Sir Edward Elgar and The Beatles — where the directing great has promised to unveil long portions of the film for the first time. There he met Scott, 74, redheaded with a small goatee, who scanned Galloway for signs of danger before suddenly, with disarming gentleness, pulling up a chair and pointing to a TV-sized monitor dangling from the ceiling.
Even on that tiny screen, the images are breathtaking.
Some of the other exciting details from THR’s Scott cover story:
THE ‘PROMETHEUS’ SHOOT COST MORE THAN $120 MILLION AND SPANNED THREE CONTINENTS
Four years in the making, with a budget of $120 million to $130 million covering 1,300 CGI shots and an 87-day shoot that took its crew from London to Iceland to Jordan’s Wadi Rum desert, the picture (named for the mythological Titan who stole fire from the gods) is one of the most anticipated in years.
BORN OUT OF OLD WOUNDS
Prometheus dawned when Scott told Fox Filmed Entertainment co-chairman Tom Rothman that he wished to revisit the territory that been under his skin since he was passed over for 1986′s Aliens, the sequel that propelled James Cameron’s career. “I was really pissed off, frankly,” he says about the old wound.
CO-WRITER DAMON LINDELOF WAS SUMMONED TO SCOTT’S CREATIVE VAULT
In July 2010, Lost co-creator Damon Lindelof was summoned to a private meeting with Scott to discuss a top-secret project the director had been developing for the past two years. … Lindelof was ushered by the director to a building adjacent to Scott’s sleek Los Angeles offices. “Ridley walked me up a stairwell, and there was a great big metallic vault door,” recalls Lindelof. “It was a foot thick with some kind of locking apparatus, and he opened it carefully.” Inside was a beehive of activity: “He introduced me to production designer Arthur Max and four 20-year-olds sitting at computers, designing stuff. … I got to step behind the curtain”
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