The below is a short directed by Luke Scott which is not a part of the Prometheus film, but a backdrop to help explain the context in which the film exists. Ladies and Gentlemen, Guy Pearce:
Well, we do know more now than we did before. Prometheus is set for release on June 8.
Let me explain what I meant about trusting Ridley Scott: if the information contained in the mini-film above is important, than it should be in the film; if it's not important enough to be in the film, then they should not have made a mini-film. While I am hoping the hubris displayed in the mini-film is what will be targeted by the feature film, Scott's bizarre use of a mini-film to introduce us to information we require for the film makes me seriously question the reliability of the film's continuity.
|An image from the film; is this a Buddhist graveyard?|
Anyway, it is what it is.
But now for something completely different: the trailer for Avatar II (for 2016)
Personally, I think this version of Avatar II looks much better:
Have a great day, I am seeing Gone for the second time now; thanks to a lot of attacks on Rush Limbaugh for saying a law student was a slut because she's having so much sex she can't afford all her birth control, I am really going to work hard on this anti-female sexual activity film now.