A sequel's been announced, but will it tie up the many, many loose ends of its predecessor?
8 Apr 2014 Chris Haigh
Everyone loves a scapegoat, but often your hatred is aimed at entirely the wrong people.
29 Mar 2014 Alex Leadbeater
Alternative writers being sought for Ridley Scott's sequel that will star Noomi Rapace and Michael Fassbender.
2 Aug 2012 Jamie Baker
Wow, the “36 hours” controversy in Prometheus just won’t die down!
18 Jul 2012 Benjamin Taylor
Lots of teases and hints towards JJ Abrams' mysterious Star Trek sequel.
16 Jul 2012 Matt Holmes
The most anticipated and polarising film of 2012 is coming to Blu-ray later this year.
6 Jul 2012 Amarpal Biring
Noel Clarke reveals he knows the title but isn't sure if his character will make it to the final cut.
5 Jul 2012 David Howland
Damon Lindelof's script for Prometheus is one of the worst examples of modern day science fiction writing. Here's why it sucks...
21 Jun 2012 Amarpal Biring
Damon Lindelof gives answers to some of the most asked questions about the year's most enigmatic film.
12 Jun 2012 Robert Beames
Will it be as obscure and frustrating as Prometheus' third act?
9 Jun 2012 Matt Holmes
Prometheus falls well short of the mark simply because it fails to move out of the boundaries set by the Alien franchise and indeed the 1979 classic original.
5 Jun 2012 Tom Buxton
Sit back; hold on tight, and try to not let anything explode out of your stomach until the very end.
24 May 2012 Luke Stevenson
"I do feel like the world has not seen the end of Lost".
3 May 2012 Matt Holmes
Trailer has snippets of new footage from Ridley Scott's return to his Alien saga, coming June 8th.
16 Feb 2012 Matt Holmes
The giant head is starting to look like Marlon Brando in Apocalypse Now!
23 Jan 2012 Matt Holmes
See Charlize Theron do her best Ripley impression, Michael Fassbender & Noomi Rapace have freaky Photoshop poses, and then a creepy giant mythic sculptured head...
23 Nov 2011 Matt Holmes
Other locations that have been scouted include a museum in Los Angeles as a stand-in for "a famous Star Trek location".
16 Nov 2011 Matt Holmes