Prometheus Sequel Is In The Works
The Ridley Scott prequel to Alien made a respectable $303 million globally, making a sequel possible. The Hollywood Reporter has a rundown of all the major studios sequel possibilities that list Premethus as on the bubble.
THR has confirmed with Fox that Scot and the studio are “actively pushing ahead with a follow-up.” Stars Michael Fassbender and Noomi Rapace are already signed up for the sequel. The film is in early stages, buy there is talk of getting new writers because original co-writer Damon Lindelof may not be available. The sequel would be released as early as 2014, possibly 2015.
Lindelof may “not be available” because the studio didn’t want him to be free. He has said he had an idea for a sequel, but his first script was met with mixed reactions from fans and critics alike. What do you think Alien fans? Are you ready for a sequel to the prequel? Does that even make sense?
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Source : The Hollywood Reporter