PROMETHEUS: 10 Minutes Of Deleted Scenes

The French DVD version of Ridley Scott's Prometheus has an additional ten minutes of footage that the rest of the world did not see, now here's your chance to view it.

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Prometheus, directed by Ridley Scott and stars: Charlize Theron, Idris Elba, Logan Marshall-Green), Noomi Rapace, and Michael Fassbender. The film is directed by Ridley Scott, and is in theaters now!

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venkman9993592 - 9/9/2012, 6:41 PM
yeee
venkman9993592 - 9/9/2012, 6:53 PM
ugh 10 more minutes yet no explanations or clips of aliens
Killersloth - 9/9/2012, 6:59 PM
Dont see why these scenes were cut, they add alittle more to it. Hope there is a directors cut someday
marvel72 - 9/9/2012, 6:59 PM
didn't miss much then,i liked prometheus it was a good film not as good as alien or blade runner but still a good bit of sci-fi.
RR51 - 9/9/2012, 7:02 PM
Just like Spider-Man 3, this wasn't nearly as bad as everyone said it was.
Ancar - 9/9/2012, 7:07 PM
Nothing special on this!
INSTANTJUSTICE - 9/9/2012, 7:13 PM
No wonder they were cut.
Fogs - 9/9/2012, 7:20 PM
Great movie.
venkman9993592 - 9/9/2012, 7:35 PM
grat movie, yes. but would it have killed the writers to explain the ooze(s)?
GodzillaKart - 9/9/2012, 8:07 PM
In which he reveals that gumdrop unicorns created the flat Earth and Scott had a stroke in 97 which is why everything he made after was shit.
Maximus101 - 9/9/2012, 8:07 PM
This movie made spiderman 3 look like it was nothing. 10 minutes that's it! I thought their was ging to be much more than that, or at least an extended directors cut or something.
GodzillaKart - 9/9/2012, 8:08 PM
Seriously. If you enjoyed this movie, go take a biology course. You will realize the movie is shit, be ashamed that you were so dumb, and enjoy the world more.
gaikinger - 9/9/2012, 8:32 PM
troll^^^^^^
Maximus101 - 9/9/2012, 8:46 PM
It's a movie dumb dumb its not supposed to be real lol I guess a guy turning big and green or a guy who can fly cause of a hammer and shoot lightning bolts out his ass is realistic lol it's a movie dude and I liked it a lot along with a ton of other people.
GUNSMITH - 9/9/2012, 9:08 PM
"I JUST FARTED, IT SMELLS LIKE FEBREEZE..."

IIIAdamantiumIII - 9/9/2012, 9:28 PM
people still cannot understand this film is pretty hilarious , he hand picked the staff/crew of the ship - why not pick a bunch of dumbshits to use as fodder ? read between the lines and use that brain in your skull to add it up. [frick], you people make me feel like Einstein some days. why do you constantly need your hands to be held ? The film is pretty simple to figure out....... ugh this cbm community.....
lokibane2012 - 9/9/2012, 9:29 PM
They should've left some of these scenes in.

The movie as a whole was kind of "meh" in my opinion. It didn't leave a strong impression on me like some of Scott's earlier works. It wasn't that good, it wasn't that bad. Just meh.
lokibane2012 - 9/9/2012, 9:32 PM
One thing was outstandingly bad though. For a "trillion dollar mission", the team sure seemed ridiculous under-prepared and under-equipped.
AnonymousGuy - 9/9/2012, 10:11 PM
Ahahahahahahaha!!!! Just when I thought these scientists couldn't get any more mentally challenged, there's a deleted scene where one of them LICKS A PIECE OF EXTRATERRESTRIAL SKIN! It's official. The space jockeys were trying to abort mankind to protect the universe from our race's utter stupidity.
HarrisonBergeron - 9/9/2012, 10:14 PM
I still get a good laugh from all the retards that think Prometheus was an intelligent or coherent story.

AmahlFarouk - 9/9/2012, 10:32 PM
I still get a good laugh from all the people who want a film to explicitly state every detail of itself, leaving nothing for the audience to discover or interpret for themselves.
longbowhunter - 9/9/2012, 11:49 PM
I dont understand why so many people are so harsh on this movie. It definitely had its flaws and problems linking up with the rest of the Alien universe, but I thought it was alright. Then again I went into it with little expectation at a matinee showing.
pepe - 9/10/2012, 12:48 AM
10 more minutes of Crap
jimoakley666 - 9/10/2012, 2:03 AM
For the sake of an extra 10 minutes I'd have kept them in the final cut.
TheBumblingIdiot - 9/10/2012, 3:39 AM
No shit all the questions where not answered.. the questions not answered will be in two and three This was part one in a trilogy if all questions where answered in this then what would be left for the other two?
Logan5 - 9/10/2012, 5:12 AM
Did we get any backstory on the crew of the Nostromo or why they were sent to LV-426 in '79? This film took a lot of unnecessary "hey look at me; read my article/review" bashing. Prometheus was great and I can't wait to see what was cut!

I'll agree that there is one questionable scene & if the film took time out to explain it to those that need everything laid out for them, it would've looked just like that, thus breaking the flow of the narrative's pace and tone; which was refreshing to see filmmakers have the balls to use in today's market. Non quick cut, shaky camera work and the development of atmosphere are a plus to me!
Logan5 - 9/10/2012, 6:22 AM
@monkeyballs3

The last thing I want is for Bladerunner to be WiFi'ed as well. Or a Bladerunner 2 app, but yeah it's probably coming in a hugely watered down capacity.

I'm not praising Prometheus, but I went in expecting what they said it would be & they did not deceive. I will be labeled an apologist for this, but merely I'm hoping to preserve the production of quality genre filmmaking. By the way please tell me what other "good" muli-million dollar genre films we got this year.., oh wait we don't get that many each year and if you think they'll get better or more plentiful as time goes on, you, they, are solely mistaken.

"The boyfriend is a cockey dick for no discernible reason whatsoever. He "hates androids" just because."
-He and Shaw were diggers. That is not a radical attitude for someone hoping to find out information about the past. Maybe he feels that the money spent to develop an artificial man, with all the infinite questions that arises, should have been spent developing cures for those who met their end prematurely, I.E. Shaw's father. One of the main themes of the film is death and the question of where we go, where we come from and why?

"He, like every other "scientist" in this film shows zero respect or understanding of scientific thought."
-They were purposely questionable/shady and even stated the goal was purely monetary.

"The Geologist with the maps gets lost."
-He'd rigged his suit with weed, was creeped out/paranoid and regardless of where those two were going, they were trapped for an "amount" of time.

"The biologist/zoologist acts like a drunken frat boy and attempts to make friends with the snakelien."
-You answered this one in your complaint. Selected for one perceived reason, but really just a cover up. Think the plot of Affleck's new one.

"The two chicks at the end keep running in a straight line instead of running to the side (all while the ground is strangely not shaking).."
-I've never ran from a toppling giant derelict craft before so.. :D

"Oh, and Noomi getting a drive-thru abortion and then running like a bat out of Hell was just ridiculous."
-The first time she hit herself with the unknown anesthesia tube/device she reacted orgasmically, it stopped her movement. Having had multiple surgeries done on my body, I know the difference in post surgical body movement with and without meds. She was moving well for just having the procedure done yes, but we don't fully know the extent of the drugs she used pre surgery or their potency; Shaw was a little more determined than your average soul as well.



In summation you can tear any film apart, so why choose a good one? Someone farted above that Ridley hasn't been good since a stroke.., well his mediocrity is another has been's goal to strive for: George Lucas. He hasn't done anything good since he became diabetic. Only one film post divorce.
Logan5 - 9/10/2012, 6:30 AM
@Monkeyballs3

"In summation you can tear any film apart, so why choose a good one?"

That was directed generally at those who were quick to rip this one, not solely you mate.
PapaMidnite - 9/10/2012, 6:42 AM
Good film.
Fogs - 9/10/2012, 7:37 AM
@SuspenseSmith - great vid.

I love the final statement, it's exactly what I think:

"We live in an internet world where people are so used to immediate answers and satisfaction that it seems like we've forgotten how great it is to see a film that asks US questions. The audience. A film that makes us question things and wonder and search. Not every film needs a concrete answer to every question it poses. To leave us guessing and wanting more is a bold choice on the filmmaker's part."

I just think the David / Holloway part is more important by other piece of conversation: after David says Weyland ordered hom "To try harder" we have the pool scene. He's gonna try harder to understand what the goo does. But he can't do it by himself, he could harm Holloway (I believe the robotic laws apply here too). So he asks "What would you do to have your questions answered?" "Anything", he answers. So, anything includes participating on an experiment.

And we know what david said. It was noticed that he said "This man does not want to die, he wants you to help him" (or something like that);
Logan5 - 9/10/2012, 10:23 AM
"When i found out who wrote it after watching the movie it cleared everything up."
-So you admit your grasp was vague, but you opened hole anyway.

"It pays lip service to higher ideals just develops character elements out of thin air and is so nonsensical the only people who like it break their backs contorting dialogue to try and make it work."
-What film did you watch? Oh wait this is your opinion not propaganda.

"This was just Lost all over again and we need to put him in movie jail."
-Movie jail? Isn't that another site's thing? I only watched the pilot to Lost, so this blinding hatred of Damen Lindelof I do not pocess.

"Also why a bunch of PhDs were hipsters with no apprehension about their situation is beyond me. I was happy everytime someone died."
-Really?

GodzillaKart - 9/10/2012, 10:24 AM
@Maximus101: Invalid point. Prometheus didn't market itself as space fantasy, it marketed itself as science fiction. It was a prequel to Alien, which was brilliant science fiction.

This dumb script and lazy story telling was one of the worst things to hit the theaters in years. Great acting and beautiful scenes couldn't save this turd.

Logan5 - 9/10/2012, 10:28 AM
Can't wait for this Blu and the sequel too, yeah!!! :P
GodzillaKart - 9/10/2012, 10:44 AM
The problem with Prometheus was NOT that it didn't explain everything. That can be a great movie quality as long as it provided intriguing questions. Alien was so fantastic in part because it left many unanswered and fascinating questions, while what it did tell you was plausible and terrifying.

Prometheus managed to answer the questions from Alien with some really dumb and scientifically implausible explanations, while asking some silly and boring new questions.

On top of that, where the characters in Alien seemed believable, Prometheus gave us silly, unbelievable cartoons.

The movie was visually beautiful in every shot, and the acting was great. Fassbender was amazing as David. But those positives could not save the movie from one of the most inane scripts in decades.
GodzillaKart - 9/10/2012, 1:44 PM
@monkeyballs3: I just read your earlier post and agree with pretty much 100% of it...with the possible exception of wanting to see the sequel. I mean, I will see it out of some weird fan boy obligation, but I can't see how it could possibly be good.

I pledge now, if they somehow write a sequel that makes sense to someone who is not ignorant about biology, I will literally video myself eating my hat and post it here.
Astronut - 9/10/2012, 3:47 PM
This needs to be put out there. THE NUMBER-ONE COMPLAINT AS I HAVE SEEN IT ALL OVER THE NET AND IN CONVERSATIONS WITH FRIENDS WHO HAVE SEEN THE FILM IS THIS: THE CHARACTERS. There are CHARACTER FLAWS in this film and they are SO BAD that it literally pulls you right out of the film. I don't care if that geologist was smoking weed in his helmet - - - no way he would PET a freaking cobra-looking alien on the head. I mean, COME ON. Weed doesn't make you hallucinate, it mellows you out or maybe makes you paranoid, which in either case would NOT make you want to pet an ALIEN SNAKE THING. Seriously.
Astronut - 9/10/2012, 3:54 PM
THAT being said, I still enjoyed the film thanks to Ridley's amazing sense of scope and art direction. I just wish the characters were dealt with in a more believable manner. Oh and one other thing... I did not think they reacted well when first entering the pyramid. Where was the sense of AWE? The reactions of almost everyone were totally under played. When you watch the Derelict scene in ALIEN, listen to those characters, those actors... they sounded and reacted in a very awe-struck way, even breathing heavily. They sounded fearful also, at least the Lambert character.

To me, the major flaws in PROMETHEUS were CHARACTER-BASED. Who gives a shit if some of the questions were not answered? That's what has made for some of the best science fiction ever! Blade Runner, Alien, on and on... but at least give us a believable depiction - - give us characters who we can believe and invest in.
Logan5 - 9/10/2012, 3:59 PM
In regards to a sci-fi film that involves an unknown "alien" element and is meant to entertain..., let me put it this way, should they have put kiosks at movie theatres across the country measuring the general public's "knowledge of biology," so they may get a score and see if they are tall enough for the ride? You know, see if they possess the adequate prerequisites to enter and view the film. No one should ever have to eat their own hat, for the movie is not an adaptation nor a depiction of an actual event(which when done are always altered to show the myth over the fact). If a dinosaur can come from petrified syrup, a few dna matches can be stretched when dealing with aliens. This was a summer film. That means lots of heads needed. Lots of open mouths and faces buried in devices(not that I justify).

Prometheus is the 3rd best film containing a xenomorph.

Logan5 - 9/10/2012, 5:09 PM
What was it Ridley said in '78 when he was told there was zero smoke in space?

"There is now mate."

Ridley has always gone for believability over farce, but when the image is at risk, he will chose to cheat the science.

@Astronut

I think you got the wrong character. The kid from Shaun of the Dead & Hot Fuzz was the one who pet the "cobrahugger?" Ian Curtis had the specially rigged pack. See he was the one getting paranoid, bugged out and got lost. If you did not like these characters, the writing worked. Everyone on that ship except for Janek, his men & Shaw were nasty, selfish, pretentious individuals. Fiefield's(the one that gets called a hipster?) wardrobe and look is actually not that crazy considering the potential time period.

Oh, I don't do this, but a kid I used to work with goes out in the country on camping trips and fishes every other weekend. He catches little creek animals & bugs & does things I'd never do with armor on; he does it all stoned out of his mind. Just going to add that what you read about something is not always how it is in reality.

The search crew didn't seem in awe at first, but neither do most people the first time they see something amazing. When awareness is heightened due to an element of fear(possible danger, vulnerability, etc), your reactions are more static and less "awe"-some. Does anyone look great or in awe when they have their picture taken right before the (insert token 90degree drop theme park ride name here)ride drops you 60ft. straight down for the first time? Would awe be the look on your face if your boat landed on an exotic tropical island and then moments after docking, King Kong comes running out onto the beach to say hi? See you know that there could be danger, but you would not expect it on that level or would you? It's only in the movies that we're used to seeing that scene from the Beach(good scene)where DiCaprio arrives at "the beach" with Moby playing in the background or the introduction of Sir Attenborough's dinosaurs to the protags in Jurassic Park as examples of awe-inspiring moments that are touching, but still dramatized. Grant and Sadler were specialists so it was plausible that they would not act ridiculous after seeing their first cloned dinosaur.., or did they? Did they act appropriately?

Yes Holloway took off his helmet. He did this after he knew in his gut he was correct. I feel it helped develop he and Shaw's relationship and moved the narrative along. She's the believer and he jumps without looking. They complete each other and make sense, By the way Green's urban-like take to Holloway's character's traits are genius. He would be considered the future of tweed. :P
Astronut - 9/10/2012, 7:19 PM
You know what? You can word it however you want. The fact that you worded it the way you did is sufficient for me to know you are looking to bolster the rationale (or lack of to be more succinct) behind the script for this film.

Case in point: the utter lack of any sort of realistic reaction to going into a pyramid on an ALIEN PLANET FOR THE FIRST TIME IN YOUR FREAKING LIFE. No WAY you are not going to react in a WTF (do you even know what that means, by the way?) manner. None of the people on that mission reacted in a believable manner. I'm sorry but you are dead wrong. Going on a roller coaster and whooping it up is a far cry from going to an ALIEN PLANET AND VENTURING INTO THE UNKNOWN, TO POSSIBLY ENCOUNTER ALIEN LIFEFORMS. You cannot even attempt to equate the two experiences.

You can utter all the complex theories you want; the bottom line is people who venture into the unknown, to witness the possible origins of human kind - - on an alien planet no less - - whould react in a way that we BELIEVE THEY ARE EXPERIENCING THIS.

I enjoyed the movie for many positive reasons but Ridley Scott fell WAY - - - WAYYYYY short of the mark with this film.
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