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Who has time to watch a whole movie anymore? It’s winter! So in the spirit of phoning in everything once the temperature drops below 15°C, here’s Ridley Scott’s Aliens in 60 seconds of adorable animation.
I don’t know about you lot, but I enjoyed Prometheus. Sure, it has plot holes you can fly an Engineer ship through, and a whole cast of one-dimensional characters, but it was a good romp nonetheless, and it looks like we’ll be romping all over again as The Hollywood Reporter confirms that the movie would get a sequel.
Though technically no longer a direct Alien prequel, Scott says Prometheus shares “strands of Alien’s DNA”. Is that some sort of clue? This new HD trailer definitely has a similar creepy space horror vibe. And that has to be the space jockey room I see, right?
Three-time Oscar-nominated director of many awesomesauce movies Ridley Scott penned a HuffPo article yesterday, detailing why streaming movies are still vastly inferior to physical media such as Blu-ray. Oh, yeah, Mr Scott? You’re… you’re… absolutely right. Sigh.
Advertising-packed skyscrapers, flying cars, genetically engineered robots – Blade Runner has inspired all manner of movies and technology since 1982, and it’s coming back, with the original director aboard. Hell yes!
A: This Ridley Scott-produced, crowd-sourced documentary titled Life In A Day. The film, which is set to premiere at Sundance, gathered 80,000 video clips of people’s lives, all filmed this past July 24. Sounds epic.