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Damon Lindelof talks where his Prometheus sequel was to take place

As most, or all of us, know, the original ALIEN prequel flick PROMETHEUS was co-written by Damon Lindelof aka the dude half-responsible for that f*cking TV show LOST. Lindelof was brought into the production after Jon Spaihts turned in his true ALIEN prequel called ALIEN: ENGINEERS. Anyhow, as it turns out Damon was not asked to return on ALIEN: COVENANT -...
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06.08.2017
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It's the Booze Talkin', It's okay to leave Prometheus behind, we want Alien!

The first time I saw PROMETHEUS, I was completely engaged in what I felt was a massive sci-fi visual feast. Ridley Scott had returned to space, and it was certainly a sight to behold. Of course there was fallout. Many had issues with the script, which is certainly warranted. Yet even with characters doing idiotic things to get themselves killed, it is still a film that I hold in high...
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11.17.2015
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Kill of the Day: World War Z (2013)

Just the other day I finally had a chance to tap WORLD WAR Z and Ive got to say, it was a bit better than I expected. Don't get me wrong, the thing is far from great... but I had fun with it! Hey if those zombies were actually extras with make-up this thing could've really been something! If only, right? Anyway for today's Kill of the Day we're taking a look at WORLD WAR Z and this...
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01.11.2014
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World War Z viral video goes live!

Paramount Pictures has released a new WORLD WAR Z viral video, which comes in the form of a public service announcement warning us about a terrifying wave of violence and chaos known as “Crisis Zero.” A representative from the “Global Health Agency” speaks about the plague that is rushing across the planet, sparking violence and horror wherever it goes. However, there's no mention...
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05.14.2013
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Lindelof talks World War Z struggles

At this point we all know of the problems that plagued the set of WORLD WAR Z which included the budget sky rocketing to around $200 million, re-writes of the script and the reshooting of 40 minutes of additional footage in order for them to find a coherent ending. Things certainly haven't been easy for the flick. Damon Lindelof — who was brought in to salvage the...
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04.30.2013
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Damon Lindelof shares his side of the Prometheus 2 debacle

Just a month ago we shared Noomi Rapace's update on the goings-on behind the sequel to last years PROMETHEUS and it sounded as if things might've been coming together, albeit slower than some of us might've liked. But it seems there is some real drama brewing behind the scenes on the project and earlier this morning Bloody Digusting posted that they heard Fox has been freaking out...
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03.27.2013
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Brad Bird's Close Encounters style alien flick 1952 gets a 2014 release date

A little over two months it's been since writing about Brad Bird's 1952 , a CLOSE ENCOUNTERS style alien yarn that has George Clooney attached to star. With a script from Damon Lindelof, who has transformed from TV writer to that for feature films, the flick has been given a holiday release in 2014. And that date is December 19, 2014 . No plot details have been given, but...
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01.14.2013
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Damon Lindelof confesses he will not write Prometheus 2

Well, given that the third act of the screenplay fell down harder than Pacquiao in the sixth...no wonder he's not getting back up. Collider has confirmed that "Lost" writer (apt?) Damon Lindelof (seen above) will not be working on the PROMETHEUS 2 script. Of course, a busy schedule is the supposed reason for the departure. Here's what Lindelof told Collider: "Ridley and I...
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12.21.2012
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Damon Lindelof is not returning for Prometheus 2

Some will celebrate, others will lament, but all should note that Damon Lindelof is NOT returning to pen PROMETHEUS 2. The Bad Robot screenwriter discussed his reasons at a STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS event last week: “The thing about Prometheus was it was a rewrite. Jon Spaihts wrote a script and I rewrote it. And still it was a year of my life that I spent on Prometheus,...
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12.20.2012
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