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    Artwork & Extras Confirmed For North American Blu-ray Release Of 'Prometheus,' Will Come In 2 Different Editions | The Playlist



    PROMETHEUS 4-Disc Collector's Edition Blu-ray Special Features
    Disc 1
    ● Theatrical Cut
    ● Commentary by Director/Producer Ridley Scott
    ● Commentary by Writer Jon Spaihts and Writer/Executive Producer Damon Lindelof
    ● The Peter Weyland Files
    ● Deleted and Alternate Scenes that include an Alternate Opening / Ending
    ● Prometheus - Weyland Corp Archive Second Screen App
    Disc 2
    ● The Furious Gods: Making Prometheus
    ● Enhancement Pods
    ● Weyland Corp Archive
    ● Pre-Vis
    ● Screen Tests
    Disc 3
    ● 3D Theatrical Cut of Movie
    Disc 4
    ● DVD / Digital Copy

    PROMETHEUS 2-Disc Blu-ray Special Features
    Disc 1
    ● Theatrical Cut
    ● Commentary by Director/Producer Ridley Scott
    ● Commentary by Writer Jon Spaihts and Writer/Executive Producer Damon Lindelof
    ● The Peter Weyland Files
    ● Deleted and Alternate Scenes that include an Alternate Opening / Ending
    ● Prometheus - Weyland Corp Archive Second Screen App
    Disc 2
    ● DVD / Digital Copy

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    Cool. I'd definitely be interested in the commentary tracks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerseydevil View Post
    Watch 14 minutes of revealing Prometheus deleted scenes | Blastr

    IF ANYONE says that Van Helsing was anything less than one of the absolute worst movies ever made...I can't even fathom that someone could even sarcastically defend that movie...good lord what an abomination!!!!!

    Good god, Van Helsing. What a piece of ****. It was on FX or something recently and I just had to "relive the memories".

    So bad...and not even the good kind of bad. You know what that movie needed? More ****ing swinging from ****. Every five seconds the characters are swinging around on something like ****in' Tarzan on bath salts. Dafuq.
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    See. That's the kind of bad that Van Helsing was. It SHOULD inspire a raving rant from anyone who has crossed it's path.

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    Like I said, lol, I never watched Van Helsing, so I win.

    Haha. I like what someone said, that it is really a bad movie, but the concept is so good and it's a film that actually warrants a remake.

    But as therapy, lol, I will post this.


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    Finally watched this on a plane. Still not sure how I feel overall. Definitely disappointed in general but there were certain portions of the prequel story answers that worked nicely. The DNA thing made my wife facepalm pretty hard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by orpheus View Post
    Like I said, lol, I never watched Van Helsing, so I win.

    Haha. I like what someone said, that it is really a bad movie, but the concept is so good and it's a film that actually warrants a remake.

    But as therapy, lol, I will post this.

    ****ing boner.

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    [OMFG] What If I Told You That The World Of ‘Prometheus’ And ‘Blade Runner’ Coexist?! | | Bloody DisgustingBloody Disgusting

    Ridley Scott’s Prometheus, his quasi Alien prequel, will be arriving on both Blu-ray and DVD this coming week on both the UK and in the States. Some of the UK readers will get their hands on a Steelbook Edition that apparently carries an Easter Egg of epic proportion. Reddit user Huxleyism discovered that on the UK edition (it could also be included on the U.S. release) hides text written by character Peter Weyland (Guy Pearce), which seems to indicated that Weyland’s mentor was a certain replicant-creating tycoon whose creations eventually got the best of him, ScreenCrush first reported.

    Inside we’ve got an explanation, along with a screengrab of this genre-changing log.

    Collider explains the connection a little bit better than I could:

    “It’s clear that Weyland is talking about Eldon Tyrell (Joe Turkel), CEO of the Tyrell Corporation which produces, among other things, synthetic humanoids known as replicants…

    -Early in the passage, Weyland says his mentor told him to “put away childish things,” a familiar Bible excerpt from Paul’s First Letter to the Corinthians which alludes to his mentor’s God complex (which is recounted later in the text).
    -Weyland says his mentor told him to abandon his “toys,” a phrase that ties Tyrell to his most talented designer, J.F. Sebastian (William Sanderson) and his toy friends.
    -Weyland says Tyrell was on top of a pyramid, overlooking a city of angels. A bit on the nose, but Tyrell worked at the top of the pyramid-shaped Tyrell Corporation set in Los Angeles.
    -While Weyland made androids, Tyrell genetically engineered replicants and implanted them with false memories, as Weyland calls out in his letter.



    The most interesting prospect is that, since Blade Runner takes place in 2019, and Prometheus in 2089, it’s quite possible that we’ll be seeing some interconnected characters such as Guy Pearce as a younger Weyland in Scott’s Blade Runner sequel.

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