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Author Topic: AvP Galaxy Interviews Sir Ridley Scott & The Cast ...  (Read 11541 times)

Samhain13
Jun 21, 2017, 04:56:14 PM
Reply #150 on: Jun 21, 2017, 04:56:14 PM
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I am sensing some of the clowns here are a tad jealous that Hicks has had the opportunity to not only meet, but also interview Ridley Scott, one of the greatest directors in modern cinema. Suck it up clowns and show a little respect.

Well I am jealous, not of actually meeting the guy, that doesn't mean much to me, but interviewing him yes, that was a great opportunity. But I would have asked different questions, sure I wouldn't attack the guy on what he is doing with the prequels, there is always a way to make certain questions without offending the person in the process.
Could you give us a few examples?  I'm curious...

Hicks could only make 3 right? Was that it? I would ask things more related to the creature and where Ridley is trying to go with this.

1 - I would ask about the accelerated alien lifecycle in the movie, I literally facepalmed myself in the theater, but I would ask like... On ALIEN, the facehugger took x hours to impregnate Kane... but in Covenant it was much faster, was it due to David's modifications? Are those facehuggers suppose to be a different breed from the ones in the original movie? The eggs are different, so... they were made to be born faster?

I don't need to say: "Dammit Ridley go watch ALIEN again, facehuggers don't work like that." Just point out the error without actually saying it was error and see what he have to say.

2 - Details on the planet of the movie, was it the Engineers homeplanet? A colony? Was there only one city of them in whole planet? Do they have other planets? More details.

3 - Ask if since after Prometheus he looked what the fans were saying and criticizing about it on social media, will he do the same after Covenant was released?

Seeing how random he gets trying to explain stuff, maybe it would have been easier to just ask yes or no questions. Getting into that "David creating the aliens" stuff would be lead nowhere, asking about the sequel would be pointless since he might change his mind in the future anyway.

And it seems that the guy really believes without any evidence and disregarding centuries of scientific research that aliens have been on Earth and were involved in human evolution, I hate that he is pushing pseudoscience in my favorite franchise, but well nothing I can do.

Can we drop it? Who cares what questions you would've asked.

Well FenGiddel seems to care a little, just ignore my post if you are not interested.

« Last Edit: Jun 21, 2017, 05:22:36 PM by Samhain13 »



BishopShouldGo
Jun 21, 2017, 09:27:27 PM
Reply #153 on: Jun 21, 2017, 09:27:27 PM
Q
I am sensing some of the clowns here are a tad jealous that Hicks has had the opportunity to not only meet, but also interview Ridley Scott, one of the greatest directors in modern cinema. Suck it up clowns and show a little respect.

Well I am jealous, not of actually meeting the guy, that doesn't mean much to me, but interviewing him yes, that was a great opportunity. But I would have asked different questions, sure I wouldn't attack the guy on what he is doing with the prequels, there is always a way to make certain questions without offending the person in the process.
Could you give us a few examples?  I'm curious...

Hicks could only make 3 right? Was that it? I would ask things more related to the creature and where Ridley is trying to go with this.

1 - I would ask about the accelerated alien lifecycle in the movie, I literally facepalmed myself in the theater, but I would ask like... On ALIEN, the facehugger took x hours to impregnate Kane... but in Covenant it was much faster, was it due to David's modifications? Are those facehuggers suppose to be a different breed from the ones in the original movie? The eggs are different, so... they were made to be born faster?

I don't need to say: "Dammit Ridley go watch ALIEN again, facehuggers don't work like that." Just point out the error without actually saying it was error and see what he have to say.

2 - Details on the planet of the movie, was it the Engineers homeplanet? A colony? Was there only one city of them in whole planet? Do they have other planets? More details.

3 - Ask if since after Prometheus he looked what the fans were saying and criticizing about it on social media, will he do the same after Covenant was released?

Seeing how random he gets trying to explain stuff, maybe it would have been easier to just ask yes or no questions. Getting into that "David creating the aliens" stuff would be lead nowhere, asking about the sequel would be pointless since he might change his mind in the future anyway.

And it seems that the guy really believes without any evidence and disregarding centuries of scientific research that aliens have been on Earth and were involved in human evolution, I hate that he is pushing pseudoscience in my favorite franchise, but well nothing I can do.

Can we drop it? Who cares what questions you would've asked.

Well FenGiddel seems to care a little, just ignore my post if you are not interested.

1) Ridley doesn't care

2) Ridley doesn't know

3) Ridley doesn't know

Done.




FenGiddel
Jun 21, 2017, 11:47:47 PM
Reply #156 on: Jun 21, 2017, 11:47:47 PM
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He did hint at some interesting character stuff, but what, in particular, caught your interest?


 

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