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Thursday
Mar082012

Coming Soon: Full Trailer for 'Prometheus' & More

All of us at GTBP are incredibly geeked for Ridley Scott's Prometheusdue out on June 8th and understandably so.  In fact, more of our writers asked to review the film than The Dark Knight Rises, but sadly only one critique of the next Alien installment will come from this site.  

However, we'll all continue to provide updates galore on this soon to be epic blockbuster, and today we have more semi-breaking news to pass on regarding Prometheus.  A live Q&A session with Ridley Scott and writer Damon Lindelof  will be hosted online by AMC Theaters' website on Saturday, March 17th at 7pm EST, and will include the films first full trailer.  Woohoo!  The trailer will be simulcast on Facebook and Twitter as well.

I can guarantee I'll clear my schedule to soak in all that pre-Prometheus insider info.  Even the awesome teaser trailer (below) has given me goose bumps every time I've watched it, which has been a lot.  Also the TED viral video featuring Guy Pearce that came out last week was cool as hell.  So needless to say I'm looking forward to the full length trailer that will hopefully provide more plotline fodder and character introductions.

Prometheus might not top everyones' must see summer movie list, but it's gotta be in the top five.  The talent of its cast list alone can trump all other blockbusters headed our way.  Any film that can flawlessly blend science fiction, action and horror into one script like the Alien franchise has done in the past is worthy of experiencing on the big screen.  

 

 

 

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