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Archive for the ‘Prometheus’ Category
  Frederik     October 23, 2012     2 Comments

The People’s Choice Awards have launched their selections for the 2013 nominees, and Noomi, as well as “Prometheus”, are featured in a couple of categories. Noomi has the distinction of being featured in the Favorite Face of Heroism category (presented by Puffs) and “Prometheus” can be voted for Favorite Action Movie. You can cast your vote at the People’s Choice Award’s official website. Let’s see if Noomi makes it among the final nominees.

  Frederik     October 15, 2012     Comment?

Some amazing new on-set pictures of Noomi during the shooting of “Prometheus” have been added to the gallery.



  Frederik     September 28, 2012     1 Comment

The movie has been available digitally, but director Ridley Scott’s Prometheus will be hitting Blu-ray 3D, Blu-ray and DVD on October 9. The new trailer for the home release promises that questions will be answered. The Blu-rays will contain over seven hours of bonus material, including an alternate opening and ending, deleted and altered scenes and access to Peter Weyland’s files. You can watch the trailer below and the press release follows. Prometheus opened on June 8 and earned $398 million worldwide. The film stars Noomi Rapace, Michael Fassbender, Guy Pearce, Idris Elba, Logan Marshall-Green and Charlize Theron.

Renowned director Ridley Scott takes fans on a gripping sci-fi adventure that “kicks ass so hard and often that it’s impossible not to be thrilled by it” (Peter Travers, Rolling Stone). Launching into space to discover the mysterious creators of the human race, the “genuinely epic” (Tom Long, Detroit News) film, PROMETHEUS, debuts globally on Blu-ray 3D, Blu-ray and DVD October 9 from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment. An unmatched home entertainment experience, watch the highly-anticipated blockbuster hit in the format it was meant to be viewed, stunning 3D high-definition. The complete article can be read at Superhero Hype. Additionally, a couple of new stills, promotionals and on-set pictures have been added to the gallery.

  Frederik     August 16, 2012     Comment?

Details of Prometheus’s deleted scenes have been released. It was previously reported that the DVD and Blu-ray release of Ridley Scott’s sci-fi epic would include around 15 minutes of deleted and extended scenes, but according to the BBFC the running time will be closer to 35 minutes. The scenes include between 10 and 15 minutes of footage that were cut from the film’s final act. The full list of deleted scenes to be included on the disc, including a running time and title for each, can be found over here and after the cut. “Prometheus” releases on DVD and Blu-Ray in the USA on October 11, in the UK on October 08 and in Germany on December 07, 2012. Read More

  Frederik     August 10, 2012     1 Comment

Five cover stories featuring Noomi Rapace and “Prometheus” have been added to the gallery. The magazines come from Australia, Italy, Russia, Mexico and the USA. A complete list can be found below the previews.

Magazine Scans – 2012 – American Cinematographer (USA, July 2012)
Magazine Scans – 2012 – Cinemania (Mexico, July 2012)
Magazine Scans – 2012 – Total DVD Magazine (Russia, May 2012)
Magazine Scans – 2012 – Ciak Magazine (Italy, May 2012)
Magazine Scans – 2012 – Film Ink Magazine (Australia, April 2012)

  Frederik     August 10, 2012     Comment?

Nine additional production stills from “Prometheus” have been added to the gallery. Click the previews below to launch all latest additions.

  Frederik     August 02, 2012     Comment?

Ridley Scott is to move ahead with plans for a sequel to Prometheus, his return to the Alien universe, according to the Hollywood Reporter. The science fiction blockbuster – also the veteran British film-maker’s return, after more than three decades, to the genre that made his name – was warmly received by critics and pulled in more than $300m (£193m) across the globe from a budget of $130m. It was written in such a way as to leave room for another chapter. Stars Noomi Rapace and Michael Fassbender are contracted to return. When asked about the sequel, Twentieth Century Fox’s president of production, Emma Watts, said: “Ridley is incredibly excited about the movie, but we have to get it right. We can’t rush it.”