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Prometheus 2

Prometheus 2. Created in 2018 by 6 designers, 6 programmers, 6 animators, 6 co-founders under the guidance of Charlie Parker, The Prometheus Project has set out to offer a wide range of innovative products with amazing design. The company offers products including the Sculpted Rug, the Perpetual Coffee Machine, the Twinkling Teacup Ring, the Veggie Picnic, the Beautiful Bike, and much more.

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In an article for Cinemablend from May 2017 titled "Mythbusters' Adam Savage Toured The Set Of Alien: Covenant, And It's Wonderful", Connor Schwerdfeger included a five-minute video of Savage's discussion of several of the props and stage sets used in the production design for the filming of different scenes from the film. (Source: en.wikipedia.org Daniel Deangelo of StudyBreaks.com referred to Alien: Covenant as "mediocre" and remarked that some earlier, much lower budget genre movies such as Pandorum and Splice do a better job at delivering on some of the movie's underlying plot elements and themes while at the same time capturing a threatening setting with unexpected plot turns. (Source:en.wikipedia.org))

Schwerdtfeger, Conner (May 2, 2017). "Mythbusters' Adam Savage Toured The Set Of Alien: Covenant, And It's Wonderful". CinemaBlend. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

"On the Set for 4/8/16: Ridley Scott & Michael Fassbender Start 'Alien: Covenant', Benedict Cumberbatch Wraps 'Doctor Strange'". SSN Insider. April 8, 2016. Archived from the original on 2016-04-20. Retrieved April 9, 2016. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

Smith, Sophia (April 8, 2016). "Alien: Covenant or Prometheus 2 Plot Spoilers: Movie Now Filming; Set 10 Years After Prometheus?". crossmap.com. Retrieved April 9, 2016. (Source: en.wikipedia.org Hall, Jacob (July 20, 2016). "'Alien: Covenant' Wraps and Shares One More Set Photo". /Film. Retrieved August 18, 2016. (Source:en.wikipedia.org))

Perry, Spencer (July 6, 2017). "Alien: Covenant Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital Release Set for August". ComingSoon.net. Archived from the original on July 9, 2017. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

On November 27, 2015, director Ridley Scott announced that this film would be the second (following Prometheus (2012)) in a new Alien trilogy that will take place closer to, and lead up to, the original Alien (1979) film. He later suggested that there may even be a fourth prequel film. However, the future of the series became uncertain after the purchase of 20th Century Fox by Disney in December 2017. The next film, tentatively titled 'Alien: Awakening', was set to enter preproduction that same month, but according to some sources, the project has been shelved indefinitely. The commercial underperformance of Alien: Covenant as well as its its lukewarm reception by critics and fans were named as reasons, although no official statements were made by Disney. In early 2019, however, the script for Alien: Awakening was actively being written. (Source: www.imdb.com)

www.digitalspy.com www.digitalspy.com))On the great director's 79th birthday (December 1 in case you're shopping for presents) a picture was revealed of Sir Ridley on set of Covenant with none other than the Space Jockey appearing behind him. This was the dead alien discovered by the crew of Ripley's (Sigourney Weaver) ship the Nostromo in the first Alien film, who also reappeared in This early poster seems to be setting out Alien: Covenant's stall early - it's going to feel like an Alien movie and it's going to be freakin' scary. (Source:Prometheus. (Source:

Let's be honest with ourselves here: the earliest details about Ridley Scott's Alien: Covenant made this film sound like a soft reboot, a way of continuing the series while dismissing as much of the divisive Prometheus as possible. However, after a day on the film's set last year, it became very clear that this is very much a sequel to the first Alien prequel, even as it's doubling down on being the prequel many Alien fans wanted in the first place. Let's take a closer look. (Source: www.slashfilm.com Initially the film's official plot synopsis suggested that Dr Elizabeth Shaw wouldn't be returning. Scott seemingly confirmed the actress would not be in the sequel (and she's not credited in that first trailer), but she was spotted on the Australian set and has since been confirmed for the movie. (Source:www.digitalspy.com))

During our day on set, we were able to watch one scene actually being filmed. Whether by accident or design, it touched on this exact subject. Although we were not able to hear the scene, we could see the footage: Waterston's Daniels and Fassbender's Walter wander through the tunnels of an abandoned Engineer ship and come across a partially flooded room. Someone used to live here. They finds a helmet. They find an abandoned pair of military-esque dog tags. (Source: www.slashfilm.com Is that the key to a great Alien movie? More aliens? Or at least more Alien action? Huffam says that they set out to examine the Alien mythology and isolate what makes this movies tick in the first place. The result was an 8-10 page document which laid out the rules of the Alien universe: (Source:www.slashfilm.com))

Faith, mankind’s relationship with God, and the origins of humanity are all major preoccupations in these two Alien movies, from Elizabeth Shaw seeking God for answers about her father’s death to David asking Peter Weyland in Covenant’s opening sequence who created him. The lingering question of what David and Peter said to the alien Engineer in Prometheus that made him go berserk were finally answered in the subtitles on the Blu-ray. Peter claimed to be a god, with David as the proof that he’d created life. In his opinion, that put him on the same plane as the Engineer, and gave him the right to immortality. The Engineer apparently didn’t agree, and it capably demonstrated that claiming to be a god can be a dangerous thing. And now, with Covenant, David is claiming his own version of godhood, by creating his own species and setting it loose on the universe. (Source: www.theverge.com)

this movie was well made with a good plot and amazing acting but wow was it disturbing and violent. As a person who is sensitive to gore and suffering, this movie was very hard to watch. its realistic cinema and graphics make watching the characters pain, grief, and fighting very very difficult. I'm almost 18 and i cried, nearly threw up, and had to cover my eyes and ears as a result of witnessing character's arms be broken, people set on fire, wives watching their husband be hacked to death, etc. (Source: www.commonsensemedia.org)

Alien: Covenant is a sequel to 2012's Prometheus as well as a prequel to 1979's ALIEN. Alien fans looking to know more about Alien: Covenant should check back often. Alien-Covenant.com is an information resource for film enthusiasts looking to learn more about the upcoming blockbuster Alien: Covenant. Providing the latest official and accurate information on Alien: Covenant, this website contains links to every set video, viral video, commercial, trailer, poster, movie still and screenshot available. This site is an extension of the Alien & Predator Fandom on Scified - a central hub for fans of Alien and Prometheus looking to stay up-to-date on the latest news. Images used are property of their respective owners. Alien: Covenant, Prometheus and its associated names, logos and images are property of 20th Century Fox and are in no way owned by Scified and its related entities. This is a fan-created website for the purpose of informing and exciting fans for Alien: Covenant's release. If you have any questions about this site, its content or the Scified Network in general, feel free to contact Scified directly. (Source: www.alien-covenant.com)

Without a doubt, as Peter Capaldi pointed out in Doctor Who, real-life intelligent aliens would be really offended that a series of horror movies is just called “Alien.” And yet, in terms of chronological order, the movie that launches the Alien series doesn’t have the word “Alien” in its title. Like The Phantom Menace is a prequel to Star Wars: A New Hope, and The Magician’s Nephew was retroactively placed before The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe in everyone’s Narnia boxed set; before 1979’s Alien, there was the events of Prometheus in 2012. When charting the canonical timeline of the Alien-verse, Prometheus is the figurative and literal patient zero. (Source: www.inverse.com)

 

Most of Prometheus happens in the year 2093, and the events of the forthcoming Alien: Covenant are set roughly ten years later, sometime in 2103. The original Alien is set in 2122, so that puts the famous first adventure of Ellen Ripley (Sigourney Weaver) roughly another decade after Covenant. Ridley Scott also considers James Cameron’s 1986 sequel, Aliens, to be canonical, which finds Ripley waking up in 2179 after being in suspended animation for over five decades. (Source: www.inverse.com Most of Prometheus happens in the year 2093, and the events of the forthcoming Alien: Covenant are set roughly ten years later, sometime in 2103. The original Alien is set in 2122, so that puts the famous first adventure of Ellen Ripley (Sigourney Weaver) roughly another decade after Covenant. Ridley Scott also considers James Cameron’s 1986 sequel, Aliens, to be canonical, which finds Ripley waking up in 2179 after being in suspended animation for over five decades. (Source:www.inverse.com))

There’s also set to be at least one flashback in Alien: Covenant, which will find the android David (Michael Fassbender) talking to his creator, Peter Weyland (Guy Pearce) before the events of Prometheus. What this proves is that even when Ridley Scott’s Alien films inch closer to the future of the original, they can always keep one foot — or tentacle — firmly in the past. (Source: www.inverse.com)

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