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  • terrapinbearterrapinbear  
    Colonist
    Viscal said:

    simply epic




    Wow what an epic teaser for a preview of a trailer for a film!   @-)
    =\/\/= The Prometheus Has Landed! =\/\/=
  • VodiVodi  
    Predator
    Viscal said:

    simply epic




    image
    Dave, this conversation can serve no purpose anymore. Goodbye.
  • burnlabburnlab  
    Colonist
    Epic indeed.

    "Yo dawg, we heard you like trailers for trailers, so here's a trailer for a trailer for a trailer. Bwaaaaaaaaam!"
  • ViscalViscal  
    Brometheus
    image
    I wanna go home and party.
  • wtf am i looking at im blind i cant see it.
    Jonesy you little shit..you're staying right here
  • ramp_closingramp_closing  
    Colonist
    An irregular hole in a field overhead?
    My hot dog has a first name. It's es pee yew en kay.
  • drxs0drxs0  
    Colonist
    I see a face and a very long nose.  Foreshadowing a SJ?  Or just a visual mess up.
    ~In Space No One Can Hear You Scream~
  • JonesycatpantsJonesycatpants  (1 like this)
    Catpower
    cloverfield all over again.
    Jonesy you little shit..you're staying right here
  • drxs0drxs0  
    Colonist
    Never seen Cloverfield.  Skyline yes Cloverfield no.  Hint please what is the cloud thingy?
    ~In Space No One Can Hear You Scream~
  • ramp_closingramp_closing  (1 like this)
    Colonist
    I still see nothing.... exactly like Cloverfield.
    My hot dog has a first name. It's es pee yew en kay.
  • ViscalViscal  
    Brometheus
    here's the original http://www.projectprometheus.com/245409/img/DDM2DDM2.jpg

    it's just a (likely CG made) cloud formation that resembles the SJ head/mask. coincidental? probably :p
    I wanna go home and party.
  • drxs0drxs0  (1 like this)
    Colonist
    I just pulled open the high resolution.  It does look like a face watching.  Perhaps.....well a "watcher".  Their God?
    ~In Space No One Can Hear You Scream~
  • ViscalViscal  
    Brometheus
    probably just an easter egg by whoever put that promo pic together. pretty cool if deliberate though
    I wanna go home and party.
  • ramp_closingramp_closing  
    Colonist
    Does the Prometheus get moved in at least one instance?

    imageimage

    road2.png
    600 x 215 - 248K
    road.png
    599 x 336 - 158K
    My hot dog has a first name. It's es pee yew en kay.
  • terrapinbearterrapinbear  
    Colonist
    Viscal said:

    image



    Some one in the CGI department must be playing with us.
    =\/\/= The Prometheus Has Landed! =\/\/=
  • engineer28engineer28  
    Colonist
    This is a spoof trailer of Wall-E. It's my favorite Pixar film.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Trv6PDoO8Q
  • bunnypfbunnypf  
    Colonist
    image
    "Once upon a time I was a hell of an Engineer."
  • Tec_BTec_B  (3 like this)
    Colonist

    image



    Prometheus was preturbed by the Xenomorphs enthusiasm to perform fellatio
  • ViscalViscal  (3 like this)
    Brometheus
    image
    I wanna go home and party.
  • drxs0drxs0  
    Colonist
    Not to get too far off track, but I wonder if any of them thought "Wow" when they walked onto the set and seen Giger's vision remade.  Oddly that clip made me think that.
    ~In Space No One Can Hear You Scream~
  • ViscalViscal  
    Brometheus
    I'm sure they all had a WOW moment when they saw the scale of these sets that were made.

    As for the interior designs of the space croissant and the Big Head statue room, they were mostly done by Arthur Max, I bet. Of course he designed them with Giger's original boney designs in mind.
    I wanna go home and party.
  • drxs0drxs0  (1 like this)
    Colonist
    But still to be apart of this would have to be inspiring.  I know I would do it and volunteer to die first just to do it.
    ~In Space No One Can Hear You Scream~
  • homer1962homer1962  (1 like this)
    Colonist
    Viscal said:

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    That looks like one angry, pissed off, mofo, SJ. I wouldn't want to be on his receiving end.
  • ViscalViscal  (5 like this)
    Brometheus
    Total Film sat down with Sir Ridley Scott recently to talk about his long-awaited return to the Alien universe, Prometheus.

    And while we’re incredibly keen to see just how much Prometheus ties into the Alien mythology, there’s another aspect to the film that’s making us more excited than a face-hugger who’s just bought a first-class ticket to Easter Island – it marks Scott’s first tangle with 3D.

    So we decided to ask Sir Ridley how he found the 3D process, and what we can expect from Prometheus’ 3D sequences…

    How was it working in 3D?

    I'm kind of naturally visual anyway, that's where I come from. And you're working off superb 3D screens, which are on the floor, and are really big. It was just wonderful.

    I was shooting on 3D, then seeing it on the floor. It was easy, I must say.

    Do you push it in a way we haven't seen before?


    Well, I mean, yeah. You only want to push it so far, before it becomes arrows popping out of the screen and stabbing you in the eye. You use it for visual effect.

    Is it more immersive, giving depth?

    Yes, yes. And you can do that afterwards, by the way. I'm actually decided right now how deep to make it on certain sequences.

    So you can literally, as it were, twiddle a knob, and the depth will increase. It's kind of bizarre, but there it is. Technologically it's absolutely staggering.

    I was working with MPC in London, looking after almost 1,300 big FX shots, and every night they would pipe through shots to a big screen in my office in Lexington Street; I would sit there watching a sequence that had just been graded or refined in perfect 3D. Really amazing.

    Prometheus is out 1 June and we can’t bloody wait to see it. 

    http://www.totalfilm.com/news/ridley-scott-talks-prometheus-3d
    I wanna go home and party.
  • flatericflateric  
    Colonist
    in support of theory that giant SJ grew out of something (or, likely, of somebody) - this SJ looks at the control chair like it sees it first time in his life and rather surprised, curious and impressed. stares like a stuck pig, in common
    Bad things have small beginnings.

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