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Prometheus (Dir. Ridley Scott)

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Prometheus (Dir. Ridley Scott)

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Prometheus (Dir. Ridley Scott)

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Prometheus (Dir. Ridley Scott)

Visionary filmmaker Ridley Scott returns to the genre he helped define, creating an original science fiction epic set in the most dangerous corners of the universe. The film takes a team of scientists and explorers on a thrilling journey that will test their physical and mental limits and strand them on a distant world, where they will discover the answers to our most profound questions and to life’s ultimate mystery.

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Prometheus (Dir. Ridley Scott)
"The original Alien was a pretty savage engine. I’ve always said it was a C-movie done in an A-way. Because it was the Old Dark House, you know. Seven people in the Old Dark House, and they’re all going to die. (He laughs) And they’re gonna die horribly and that in itself is a tricky exercise, because you can do it well, you can do it badly. But somehow that worked. It turned out pretty well.
 I think one of the reasons why I’ve never gone back to science-fiction, even though I’ve often noodled around, thought about it, looked for story, looked for material, is that there’s a nice purity to the original Alien. It’s fairly pure. And this one does actually raise all kinds of other questions, because if someone could, a being, could be as monstrously clever to create something like we experienced in the very first one – I always figured it’s a weapon, and I always figured that [the ship in the first Alien] was a carrier of weapons. Therefore, who is that, inside that suit? That wasn’t a skeleton, that was a suit. And if you open up the suit, what do you get inside it? And why were they going, where were they going?”
- Ridley Scott

Prometheus (Dir. Ridley Scott)

"The original Alien was a pretty savage engine. I’ve always said it was a C-movie done in an A-way. Because it was the Old Dark House, you know. Seven people in the Old Dark House, and they’re all going to die. (He laughs) And they’re gonna die horribly and that in itself is a tricky exercise, because you can do it well, you can do it badly. But somehow that worked. It turned out pretty well.

I think one of the reasons why I’ve never gone back to science-fiction, even though I’ve often noodled around, thought about it, looked for story, looked for material, is that there’s a nice purity to the original Alien. It’s fairly pure. And this one does actually raise all kinds of other questions, because if someone could, a being, could be as monstrously clever to create something like we experienced in the very first one – I always figured it’s a weapon, and I always figured that [the ship in the first Alien] was a carrier of weapons. Therefore, who is that, inside that suit? That wasn’t a skeleton, that was a suit. And if you open up the suit, what do you get inside it? And why were they going, where were they going?”

- Ridley Scott

Steve McQueen’s Shame opens on Friday in limited release. Here’s a list of places to watch one of the best films of 2011.
NEW YORK, NYAMC Lincoln Square. New York, NYChelsea Cinemas, New York, NYSunshine Cinemas, New york, NYLOS ANGELES, CAThe Landmark, Los Angeles, CAPacific Arclight, Hollywood, CAWASHINGTON, DCE-Street Cinemas, Washington, DCCHICAGO, ILCentury Center Cinema, Chicago, ILSAN FRANCISCO, CAEmbarcadero, San Francisco, CAKabuki, San Francisco, CA

Steve McQueen’s Shame opens on Friday in limited release. Here’s a list of places to watch one of the best films of 2011.

NEW YORK, NY
AMC Lincoln Square. New York, NY
Chelsea Cinemas, New York, NY
Sunshine Cinemas, New york, NY

LOS ANGELES, CA
The Landmark, Los Angeles, CA
Pacific Arclight, Hollywood, CA

WASHINGTON, DC
E-Street Cinemas, Washington, DC

CHICAGO, IL
Century Center Cinema, Chicago, IL

SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Embarcadero, San Francisco, CA
Kabuki, San Francisco, CA

Brandon (Michael Fassbender) is a New Yorker who shuns intimacy with women but feeds his desires with a compulsive addiction to sex. When his wayward younger sister (Carey Mulligan) moves into his apartment stirring memories of their shared painful past, Brandon’s insular life spirals out of control.

"I think we made a film that was responsible. I don’t care — NC-17? Brilliant! Fantastic! Bring it on!"
- Steve McQueen

"I think we made a film that was responsible. I don’t care — NC-17? Brilliant! Fantastic! Bring it on!"

- Steve McQueen

If the watermarks weren’t enough, Entertainment Weekly posted an image from Ridley Scott’s Prometheus featuring original Dragon Tattoo star Noomi Rapace, Logan Marshall-Green, and, Michael Fassbender. 
Arthur Max’s production design looks great and bares some similarities to Michael Seymour’s work in Ridley Scott’s Alien. 

If the watermarks weren’t enough, Entertainment Weekly posted an image from Ridley Scott’s Prometheus featuring original Dragon Tattoo star Noomi Rapace, Logan Marshall-Green, and, Michael Fassbender. 

Arthur Max’s production design looks great and bares some similarities to Michael Seymour’s work in Ridley Scott’s Alien