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While in its purest outlook, it seems like Ridley Scott's this summer's science-fiction horror "Prometheus" is beginning to look like some form of Alien trilogy, I am proud that Ridley has gone back what he does best. Science fiction of course but in most surface seen "Prometheus" is not directly linked with the first Alien movie, instead the events are charted way before the events in the first Alien movie. With the amount of interest generated over the past months, "Prometheus" could be one of the biggest summer movie. That sorts of interest could reach its spike with the release of the first feature trailer, for which you can view after the jump.
The feature trailer is a reminiscent of how things work out for Ridley back in the days. "Prometheus" trailer is fused with plenty of shrieking violence, horror and mesmerizing dark visuals of an extraterrestrial frontier. For most part, it works. Watching the trailer for the first time will give you goose-bump. The moment is there when you keep on expecting something hideous to come out. Yeah! None of these E.T. you are hoping for does turn out but it is still a worthwhile watching.
Though I'm not sure how 20th Century Fox is going to market this film from hereafter, it seems that most of the signatures owned by Ridley Scott are heavily present. This indicates that the studio is allowing plenty of excitement to build up from this moment until the release on June. In Prometheus, it depicts a group of future spacemen in the late 21st Century. Humankind has discovered several extinct extraterrestrial civilisations. Hieroglyphs common to each world — including Earth — suggest a common origin to life in the universe. The crew of the spaceship Prometheus is sent on an expedition to as part of a mission to uncover these origins.
The film stars Noomi Rapace, Michael Fassbender, Guy Pearce, Idris Elba, Logan Marshall-Green and Charlize Theron; an indeed awesome ensemble piece of casting under the direction of Ridley Scott and writers Jon Spaihts and Damon Lindelof.
"Prometheus" is shrieking into cinemas on June 8, 2012.