Today 20th Century Fox released a teaser poster for Ridley Scott’s Alien: Covenant and the xenomorph is (apparently) once again the star of the show. Which is very odd because Scott originally wanted nothing more to do with the Alien universe, which at least partially explains why Damon Lindelhof’s rewrite of Joh Spaiths’ original screenplay exorcised […]
Visually, Morten Tyldum’s Passengers holds a huge debt to Pixar’s Wall-E, Danny Boyle’s Sunshine and Apple’s design esthetic. In other words, it’s attractive, but doesn’t appear to strike any new ground. The same thing can be said of the story, which revolves around two people who accidentally emerge from suspended animation 90 years too (or was it?), […]
Color me confused, but what’s going on with Ridley Scott and Prometheus?
Looking at the latest trailer for Brad Bird‘s Tomorrowland, Casey Newton (Britt Robertson) and Frank Walker (George Clooney) are either running from robots, or I’m watching the trailer for what’s quite possibly the most violent Disney movie ever made. In fact, there’s a scene that’s eerily reminiscent of another movie that probably won’t be confused with anything […]
“A Very Entertaining, Though (Seemingly) Unoriginal, Voyage Of The Starship Enterprise” Let me say for the record I am not a Trekkie. While more people are probably into the work of Gene Roddenberry I preferred Gerry Anderson and shows like “Space: 1999,” “UFO.” and “Space Precinct.” That ’s not to say that I didn’t respect […]
Aint It Cool recently posted another “Prometheus” trailer, as well as an interview with Damon Lindelhof and Ridley Scott. The new trailer is less a dramatic assembly of scenes that an outline of what the film is about. Don’t worry, while it dispels some basic mysteries, it hints at more interesting, darker, things.