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    The Alien prequel? Not the Alien prequel? Who knows. Trailer hits the web later today!

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    simone
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    I am so excited about this! I was a tad too young to see Alien in the theater back in ’79, but I’m all caught up on all of them. Hell, I even like Alien vs. Predator! LOL!

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    Trailer is here!

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    babypook
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    Yes! I’ve been trying to follow this; all speculation and rumour (about that giant they found sending the warning signal)

    So happy to see R.Scott going back to his roots. Can barely wait.

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    Tye-Grr
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    I am so excited for this!!! Next year is being jam packed with awesome.

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    Carbon Based Lifeform
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    I just creamed in my pants.

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    babypook
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    The Wrap

    Ridley Scott’s Highly Anticipated ‘Prometheus’ Trailer Is Up — and Terrifying

    Published: December 22, 2011 @ 10:08 am

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    By Kurt Orzeck

    The first trailer for “Prometheus” is out — and it’s terrifying.

    The much-anticipated trailer — which was teased with three previews earlier this week — features people screaming, bodies flying, and spacecraft exploding. Of course, there are gooey alien creatures, too.

    “I’m so sorry,” a voice gasps at the beginning of the trailer.

    At the end, the following appears: “They went looking for our beginning. What they found could be our end.”

    “Prometheus” marks a return to the sci-fi genre for Ridley Scott, who directed the first “Alien” 33 years ago. Originally intended as an “Alien” prequel, the film takes place 30 years before that landmark film but stands on its own, featuring a completely different cast of characters and storyline.

    Also read: ‘The Hobbit’ Trailer Debuts – Bilbo is Back!

    Starring Charlize Theron, Michael Fassbender, Noomi Rapace, Patrick Wilson, Idris Elba and Guy Pearce, it revolves around a team of space explorers investigating an alien species responsible for the origin of mankind. 

    The movie’s tagline is “The search for our beginning could lead to our end.”

    The “Prometheus” trailer was the third in a trio of much-anticipated trailers released this week. The second “The Dark Knight Rises” trailer came out Monday, followed by the first trailer for “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey” on Tuesday.

    The wait for the trailer was as excruciating as an alien bursting through John Hurt’s chest. In the buildup to its release, Scott released three 30-second teasers — on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. In each, Scott talks about returning “to the genre he redefined” as glimpses of “Prometheus” — and the making of the movie — are shown.

    In one of the clips, he says “Prometheus” will be “all about everything. I come from the All About Everything School.”

    “Some good thinking, some great narrative, good dialogue and therefore, terrific actors,” Scott says.

    “Prometheus” was written by Damon Lindelof, co-creator and executive producer of “Lost,” and Jon Spaihts (“The Darkest Hour”). From Scott Free (owned by Scott and his brother, director Tony Scott) and Brandywine Productions, it is distributed by 20th Century Fox.

    Here are the three teasers that led up to the official trailer:

     

     

     

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    I am so excited about this! I was a tad too young to see Alien in the theater back in ’79, but I’m all caught up on all of them. Hell, I even like Alien vs. Predator! LOL!

    I saw ALIEN in the balcony of one of those old hangar-sized Times Square theatres, with my then-boyfriend, a Puerto Rican porn star.  We almost didn’t make it to the movie — we stopped before the show to smoke a joint and the cops almost hauled us off to jail!  Ah, to be young, gay and carefree!

    ALIEN remains to this day one of my all-time favorite movies.

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    I’m excited. Between this, DKR and The Hobbit trailer, seems like I’m getting my geek on this week lol

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    I am so ready for this film.

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    Come on, Damon Lindelof, I hope that this is a good one.

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    Charlize apparently plays a villain, not the heroine

    http://www.totalfilm.com/news/charlize-theron-talks-prometheus 

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    Do you guys think this will be like Alien which was more sy-fy or Aliens which was more action?????????????????
    And btw, Charlize look so hot in the trailer I can just….. lol

    I wonder how come I am hearing more about Charlize then Rapace.

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    Well,  there are some very athletic actors in the cast. I just hope Scott stays true to his own vision, and that of the original writers. Hes not trying to readapt Philip K Dick again, for which I feel he did a great job at doing.

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