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Prometheus 2 Looks Set for a March 2016 Release, But Do You Care?

A new report from the Hollywood Reporter lays out 20th Century Fox's movie release roadmap. Among the Marvel superhero flicks and unfathomably popular Liam Neeson action movies sits an unnamed Ridley Scott film, set for March 4th 2016. All evidence points to this being Prometheus 2, AKA Paradise. But given how disappointing the first movie turned out, should we still be excited? Read More >>

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Here's Everything That Was Wrong with Prometheus

Prometheus, another movie I accidentally skipped even though I really wanted to see it, got a lot of mixed reviews when it came out. Some people absolutely hated it. Others were okay. A few were less negative. Maybe everyone who watched it will hate it after seeing all the things wrong with it though. And maybe everyone who skipped it won't feel so bad about it anymore. [CinemaSins] Read More >>

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Every Awesome Movie From 2012 Mashed Into One Epic Roll

This year we've been pretty spoilt for quality action movies. We've had the super-hyped Prometheus, The Avengers, Skyfall, and, of course, The Dark Knight Rises, but there were so many more. Watch this epic mashup of the best of 2012 and see if you can spot them all. Read More >>

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Here's How to Get the Just-Released Prometheus Blu-Ray For the Cheapest Price Around

Yes, it's been that long. The time has come for the movie that had us all hyped up before it hit the cinema, to land on DVD and Blu-ray, and thankfully it won't cost you the Earth either. Packed to the brim with deleted scenes that actually explain some of the madness of Prometheus, this might be one movie actually worth owning on disc. Here's where to get it cheap. Read More >>

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Prometheus 2 Confirmed, Only Two Years to Wait

Good news Prometheus fans, after a box office success to the tune of £194m, Ridley Scott has just confirmed rumours that a sequel is definitely in the works, and he's pushing for a 2014 to 2015 release. Read More >>

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This Hilarious Animated Parody Is Exactly How Prometheus Should Have Ended

Ah Prometheus. It just couldn't quite live up to the hype, and had a load of really weird, what-the-hell moments that just seemed a bit half-arsed to me. Still, a less-than-bullet-proof script has opened the door to a flood of really funny parodies, and this is one of the very best. Read More >>

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So That's Why the Scientists In Prometheus Were So Eager to Touch Weird Alien Goo

Anyone who's watched a sci-fi movie, or is actually a proper scientist, will know that you don't just go prodding weird alien stuff -- it's simply a recipe for an excruciatingly painful disaster. But after watching this Weyland Corp training video it all makes perfect sense now. Read More >>

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Ridley Scott Lets Slip That a Prometheus Sequel Is Definitely On-the-Cards

If the mysterious end credits and new video weren't enough of a hint that a Prometheus sequel is on the way, Ridley Scott's more or less confirmed a second film is planned, and it's probably going to be called Paradise. Read More >>

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Is There Still More Prometheus to Come?

Now that Prometheus has landed in the cinema, you would have thought that all the teasers and other bits and pieces would stop, but no. Even the end credits have something for us to muse over -- but what does it all mean? Read More >>

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Neil DeGrasse Tyson Calls Out Prometheus For Its Sketchy Science

Most science fiction fans are happy to shrug off technical inaccuracies while enjoying a movie. But not if you're the director of the Hayden Planetarium and a world-renowned astrophysicist. Which is why Neil DeGrasse Tyson couldn't help but question one of Prometheus' technical gaffes. Read More >>

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Paper Prometheus Is Almost Scarier Than the Real Thing

The Prometheus trailers were rather epic; some said that they were actually better than the film itself. When looking at this fan remake of the trailer made entirely out of paper, I'd have to agree. Read More >>

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After All the Hype, Prometheus Is Finally Here. But Was It Any Good? (Warning: Spoilers)

After literally months of teasers, trailers and intense anticipation, Ridley Scott's return to sci-fi is finally upon us. Prometheus sure gained some mixed critical reviews, but now that you've placed bum-on-seat and witnessed it with your own two-eyes, tell us what you really thought. Read More >>

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The Prometheus Space Ship Is Meant to Look Like an Insect

The release of the sure-to-be-astounding Prometheus is so close I can almost taste it. Just three more days before you can plunk yourself in your cinema seats for what's bound to be the summer blockbuster. In the meantime, check out this new featurette talking up the design of the soon-to-be famous ship. Read More >>

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Hollywood Movie Marketing Makes For a Great Use of This Abandoned Paris Metro Station

Station Saint-Martin along Paris's Metro Line 8 & 9 was closed in 1939, at the start of WWII, and although reopened once the war had ended, the station was ultimately shut for good due its close proximity (100m) to another Metro station. Read More >>

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We're a Tad Giddy After Watching This First Clip From Prometheus

As you can probably tell from our past updates, we're a bit excited for Prometheus. Well, a bit is an understatement really -- we're REALLY excited about it. And what better way to get in the mood, than to check out this first clip from the film in all its glory. I really don't think I need to say much more than just watch this. It's nearly here folks; it's nearly here. [YouTube via io9] Read More >>

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These Gorgeous Prometheus Space Suits Truly Show Ridley Scott's Legendary Attention to Detail

There's just over 20 days to wait till Prometheus hits our screens, and I simply can't wait. We've seen the incredible trailers, amusing teasers, and a load of shots from throughout the film, but have you seen just how incredibly detailed those awesome-looking space suits are? It goes to show why Ridley Scott's incredible attention to detail makes his films just so good. Read More >>

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