News: Shorter Cut Of The New Prometheus Trailer Drops Early

Ridley Scott’s return to the sci-fi genre has had us all giddy with glee. As I mentioned earlier in the week, Prometheus is due a new trailer today and Scott himself is doing a quick Q&A about the film over in California, so you can expect a lot more info about this mysterious film in a few short hours. In the meantime, by the magic of internet leaks, we’ve managed to get our filthy mitts on a shorter version of the new trailer. You wanna see? Hell yes, you do!

Again, it doesn’t tell us a lot but, by golly, it all looks good. Noomi Rapace appears increasingly to be filling the Ripley role. By which I mean running around in her underwear scared out of her wits. When the full trailer is released I’ll do one of my breakdowns and we’ll get a proper look at what’s going on. Don’t forget to let us know what you think down below.

Prometheus, featuring Charlize Theron, Michael Fassbender, and Idris Elba, enters the UK’s atmosphere via the cinema screen from the 1st June.

Source: Firstshowing,

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One Response to “News: Shorter Cut Of The New Prometheus Trailer Drops Early”

  1. Looking forward with great anticipation to this movie! Trailer looks good.

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