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Prometheus Premieres In London
Ridley Scott's crew land in town

01 June 2012  |  Written by Helen O'Hara  

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The long wait is over, and fans can see Ridley Scott's Prometheus at last. The film premiered in London last night, with stars Noomi Rapace, Charlize Theron and Michael Fassbender leading the way down the blue carpet.

So what did we learn at the premiere? Well, that Theron is supernaturally good-looking, as opposed to merely extremely good-looking. That Rapace can walk in very high heels. And that Fassbender ain't kidding about having Irish blood, as one can tell by the extreme ginger of his beard.

Prometheus is out now, and also stars Idris Elba, Logan Marshall-Green, Guy Pearce, Sean Harris and Rafe Spall. Read Empire's review right over here.

 
 

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Ridley Scott knows diddly squat
I watched it tonight, and dear lordy it was obviously going to come in below expectation, but I didn't expect it to be as shit as it was. More

Posted by BatSpider at 23:59 on 02 June 2012 | Report This Post

Slightly confused...
Having just seen the film, I have come away slightly disappointed and a little confused. Depending on which Q&A session, you watched, this is or isn't a 'prequel' to the peerless work Alien. If it WAS a prequel, there were some horrible continuity issues. If it wasn't, then why did it borrow so heavily from the franchise? Either way I couldn't ignore the inconsistencies enough to fully enjoy the film. Shame... it had so much potential that could easily have been realized by taking a little m More

Posted by Morteus at 23:15 on 02 June 2012 | Report This Post

disappointed
just back from prometheus in 3D. disappointed, a case of trailers better than the film. dont believe the hype, scott asks where did the space jockey come from? after seeing prometheus, my reply i dont care. More

Posted by magnusdaz at 00:17 on 02 June 2012 | Report This Post

disappointed
just back from prometheus in 3D. disappointed, a case of trailers better than the film. dont believe the hype, scott asks where did the space jockey come from? after seeing prometheus, my reply i dont care. More

Posted by magnusdaz at 00:16 on 02 June 2012 | Report This Post

disappointed
just back from prometheus in 3D. disappointed, a case of trailers better than the film. dont believe the hype, scott asks where did the space jockey come from? after seeing prometheus, my reply i dont care. More

Posted by magnusdaz at 00:16 on 02 June 2012 | Report This Post

disappointed
just back from prometheus in 3D. disappointed, a case of trailers better than the film. dont believe the hype, scott asks where did the space jockey come from? after seeing prometheus, my reply i dont care. More

Posted by magnusdaz at 00:16 on 02 June 2012 | Report This Post

disappointed
just back from prometheus in 3D. disappointed, a case of trailers better than the film. dont believe the hype, scott asks where did the space jockey come from? after seeing prometheus, my reply i dont care. More

Posted by magnusdaz at 00:16 on 02 June 2012 | Report This Post

Well, that Theron is supernaturally good-looking, as opposed to merely extremely good-looking I SECOND THAT!!!!! More

Posted by dholleyuk at 12:19 on 01 June 2012 | Report This Post

Where's the Guv'nor?
Sir Ridley is the real star IMHO. More

Posted by Nicky C at 10:28 on 01 June 2012 | Report This Post

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