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Marshall-Green Cast as Holloway

Deadline has just announced that Logan-Marshall Green has been cast in Prometheus as Holloway:

“Ridley Scott and 20th Century Fox have tapped Logan Marshall-Green to play a lead role in Prometheus, the science fiction film that Scott next directs. Marshall-Green will play the role of Holloway, a crewman on the space ship and the love interest for the character played by Noomi Rapace. Rapace, the Girl with the Dragon Tattoo star, was the first castmember set by Scott. Marshall-Green most recently was seen in Devil and Brooklyn’s Finest, and did stints on The O.C. and 24. He’s repped by 3 Arts and Gersh.”

Thanks to Darkoo for the news.

Ridley Scott and 20th Century Fox have tapped Logan Marshall-Green to play a lead role in Prometheus, the science fiction film that Scott next directs. Marshall-Green will play the role of Holloway, a crewman on the space ship and the love interest for the character played by Noomi Rapace. Rapace, the Girl with the Dragon Tattoo star, was the first castmember set by Scott. Marshall-Green most recently was seen in Devil and Brooklyn’s Finest, and did stints on The O.C. and 24. He’s repped by 3 Arts and Gersh. This was a role that a lot of young actors chased, and who wouldn’t want to be involved in Scott’s first sci-fi foray since Alien?


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Comments: 10
  1. ThisBethesdaSea
    Vangelis' score was fantastic....but it doesn't compare to the empty nearly hollow and haunting score from Goldsmith. I want a similar score hopefully. By now whomever the composer is hard at work on the soundtrack. We'll probably know soon.
  2. P.B.
    IMO the cast is too young/modern looking for a realistic/gritty film on par with the original... I guess the first film really was just a product of the time.  :'(
  3. Valaquen
    I wanna know who the composer is gonna be, more than anything right now. Vangelis' score is the best I've heard in a Scott film. That's right, probably better than Jerry's Alien score. But that's just me.

    I hear one note of 'Memories of Green', and can do nothing but nod my head in agreement like a drinking bird in a windtunnel.
    That's my stay-up-all-night soundtrack sorted.
  4. Valaquen
    I wanna know who the composer is gonna be, more than anything right now. Vangelis' score is the best I've heard in a Scott film. That's right, probably better than Jerry's Alien score. But that's just me.
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