I think we can safely assume that the artist who made the prosthetics of the suit knows who he have been working with for 32 days. Like i said we already know of at least 4 actors playing Engineers either for different roles or sizes so Martin is just one of them but the main one seems to be Ian Whyte.
We are talking about LV423 dude.
This is where the Engineer's waystation is.
This is where the Prometheus is flying to.
Check your facts.
Talking of facts....Prometheus is set on LV-223...just sayin'
Shame shame shame shame on me ^^
Damn it i spoiled one of the major plot point of Prometheus!!!
LV426 and LV223 are going to merge thanks to Engineer's tech.
Do i sound credible?
Usually i pass on l'ecran fantastique because they love everything.
Wil check it out if it's intrerresting and not just press kit stuff.
I'm not sure what to say about Alain Schlokoff liking The Thing Prequel so much but I think their interviews and articles in their magazine are the best in the world in this field these days for all around content now we've lost Cinefantastique and Starlog. It's a pity that the English language version of the magazine was so short lived
I remember he created quite a stir in the genre microcosmos in France qwhen he wrote that ^^
I have not bought l'ecran for years, been reading mostly MAD MOVIES.
But now i'm a bit fed with the redaction team (they despise everybody that don't think like them, even their own forum members turned against them). I think i'm gonna try l'Ecran for a few months.
They do seem to get good interviews, from what i gather Mad Movies team has been blacklisted from all the interview stuff with big players (the results of their habits to critize harsly sometimes the movies), on the other hand l'Ecran has always been very positive about every movie so they probably have easier access to the teams behind the movies.
I'm in the mood of positive thinking so i guess l'ECRAN will do ^^