Another UK 'Prometheus' Trailer Has Different Score, More Footage
"How far would you go to get your answers?" It's not over yet. Another new trailer, a UK version with new footage and completely different music, has arrived via YouTube for Ridley Scott's sci-fi Prometheus. I know many are trying to not watch any more footage from this, and that's fine, but this trailer is even better. It builds slowly, and quietly, then leads into a tremendous new score, that I hope is the work of Marc Streitenfeld for the actual film. There's also another glimpse of Rafe Spall, I think, and a few more shots of Michael Fassbender as David. Plus some interesting things, like what's in Logan Marshall-Green's eye?
Watch the new UK version of the second trailer for Ridley Scott's Prometheus, from YouTube:
We're trying not to figure out too much about this in advance, but they keep giving us big hints and teases of some very fascinating things, in both trailers. "If you don't stop it, there won't be any home to go back to!"
Prometheus is directed by legendary Oscar nominated filmmaker Ridley Scott, who started it all with Alien and Blade Runner, also directing Thelma & Louise, Gladiator, Black Hawk Down, Kingdom of Heaven, American Gangster, Body of Lies and Robin Hood most recently. The screenplay was originally written by Jon Spaihts (The Darkest Hour), then updated by Damon Lindelof of "Lost" and Cowboys & Aliens, Star Trek 2. Fox has Prometheus set to hit theaters in 3D starting June 8th this summer. Visit Weyland Corp.
Reader Feedback - 24 Comments
my goodness. i don't care if this is trailer overkill, i'm going to watch the shit out of this film.
bat0u on Mar 18, 2012
i am currently counting how many trialers we have so far...and i will multiply that by six and it will be the amount of times i will watch this
Jericho on Mar 18, 2012
redskulllives on Mar 19, 2012
Jericho on Mar 18, 2012
No thanks! No more trailers, I'd rather wait for the release date...
Chris McQueen on Mar 18, 2012
Me too. Nothing more until the real thing.
Isildur_of_Numenor on Mar 19, 2012
This Trailer is a mix of the first teaser and the theatrical, I like the music in the others, more suspencful, but I like the title text and finally a Ridley Scott trailer mentions that he directed Blade Runner, they should have also included Alien but I know they probrably want to distance this from that, but this trailer is great aswell
RockySullivan1938 on Mar 18, 2012
Now THAT trailer has me excited for this movie.
Edward C. on Mar 18, 2012
I seriously feel like Fox just bought the ad rights to the wondercon weekend. how much wondercon promos can they have.
Michael Lee on Mar 18, 2012
Wow!! a lot good stuff coming out this summer
Jalts4 on Mar 18, 2012
last trailer i'll see, i want to experience this in imax and i don't want to know more. I saw enough, i really want this movie.
Trolololololololol on Mar 18, 2012
I think we have to wait patiently to finally hear any of Marc Streitenfeldt's score for 'Prometheus'. The music in this trailer consists of two tracks. First track is 'Sarajevo' by composer Max Richter. The last track is a special edit of 'Knights and Lords' by Audiomachine(who provides epic trailer music). 😉
NW on Mar 19, 2012
Glad its not the official score. It sounded too 'average'. The Grey was great so I have a lot of faith in Marc.
Buzzfunk on Mar 19, 2012
I like this trailer better but it feels like they show too much. There's a part where the Space Jockey ship is seen taking off in the distance, and the Prometheus flying straight at it, which leads to them crashing (as also shown in the trailer)... I won't watch anymore until the film comes out.
Wolffsart on Mar 19, 2012
Ok, Mr. Scott, you win! I will go see your movie. Just tell me when. It looks delicious; now please stop getting me more hyped about it. I'm on trailer overdose.
McWetty on Mar 19, 2012
this is good but prefer the other one from yesterday
tir na nog on Mar 19, 2012
Come on guys you know if there is another trailer you'll watch it regardless. All the Prometheus trailers are epic and engaging so the movie is going to be spectacular even if you've seen too much of the trailers already. You'll be in theatres more than once to see it when it comes out, haha.
BinaryChaos on Mar 19, 2012
O.O Bow! Bow before the majesty that is "PROMETHEUS" Shudder and despair, mere mortals for this is the Legendary Sir Ridley Scott, and he deserves your obedience!
Xerxexx on Mar 19, 2012
The quality control in the story departament has been sir Ridley Scott's Achilles heel. He is first and foremost the uber-creator of immersive worlds. Most of his better offerings of late has been underwhelming scriptwise. I don't really expect "Prometheus" to scale the artistic heights of the early masterworks. Still, cautiously hoping for a pleasant surprise.
Gueast on Mar 19, 2012
so a couple observations: has anybody thought about what we already know from Alien? in Alien, the crew receives a distress signal - come to find out it was a warning. (basic premise here as well but in Alien we were let to assume it was a signal from some Alien race). secondly and whats really getting my interest is that this planet is green and lush... by the time Alien take place, the entire planet is dead. that's a scary yet subtle. obviously, the Xenomorphs take over at some point between the events in Prometheus and Alien but just think about the scale of what Ridley's story is telling us - we call complain that the mythology got watered down and became way too linear but, holy fuck is he expanding this into some crazy shit here.
Alejo on Mar 19, 2012
fuck my grammar. i can't multitask worth shit.
Alejo on Mar 19, 2012
This just keeps getting better. No need for another trailer I'm already excited for watching this film.
Bazzmosis on Mar 20, 2012
Well, we've only known this "universe" through our experience with the Alien, which can be somewhat limiting, when there's so much more to explore. I for one love that idea - that this is a massive "universe" and mythology of which the Alien plays a very small part. If you break free from the "Alien" movies, then consider the following:1) The "lush" planet encountered by Prometheus may not be LV-426/Acheron, or not even in the Zeta Reticuli system.2) The Space Jockey (and the "Derelict") in Prometheus isn't the same one we encounter in Alien - perhaps this Master Race has many of these ships and pilots.3) Perhaps other "monsters" or biological weapons exist that is connected to the Space Jockey/Master Race, not just the Alien/xenomorph.4) Something may happen as this Prometheus storyline unfolds that may lead to the destruction of the evidence of the Master Race, leading Weyland-Yutani to seek our other MR ships or evidence in the universe, of which the Nostromo inadvertantly encounters, thus triggering the future Alien storyline.5) Ridley is planning for 1-2 sequels in the Prometheus storyline, so don't expect this first movie to tie immediately to 1979's Alien.Anyway, just me and my guesses!
Hudson on Mar 24, 2012
The lush planet encountered by Prometheus could be LV-426 but before the space jockey's ship crashes back onto it and in doing so triggered a weapon that was meant to destroy Earth's ever lusher biosphere.
Wit A Bump on Apr 12, 2012
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