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More Prometheus Prop & Concept Art Images

New prop and concept art material from Prometheus have been released online. These images show the severed Engineer head and helmet, the hammerpede, the deacon, unused creature and vehicle designs and more. Make sure to click below to see all the images.

 More Prometheus Prop & Concept Art Images

Thanks to wmmvrrvrrmm for the scans.

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  1. MrSpaceJockey
    Ever since I first saw these I thought someone may have been inspired by fan art. Or maybe just a happy coincidence.

    Unused Posters:

    Fan made:

    Your poster predicted their poster, ikarop!
  2. LarsVader
    Ever since I first saw these I thought someone may have been inspired by fan art. Or maybe just a happy coincidence.

    Unused Posters:

    Fan made:
    I knew I had seen that skullish design before, couldn't get my finger on it, Thanks!
  3. ikarop
    Ever since I first saw these I thought someone may have been inspired by fan art. Or maybe just a happy coincidence.

    Unused Posters:

    Fan made:
  4. AvatarIII
    IGN Interviews "David"
    IGN: We know that Lawrence of Arabia is your favourite film – why is that?

    David: You have only to watch Lawrence of Arabia to understand why it might be what you describe as a favourite. It’s about a man discovering a world completely new to him and being accepted by its people. Isn’t that something that everyone desires?

    IGN: Do you like listening to music, and if so, what?

    David: Of course. I admire all kinds of music, though I would say I am more interested in classical music and not especially enamoured of the overtly digital.

    IGN: Do you believe in God?

    David: I was made via the advancement of science, so I know my creator. I consider myself very fortunate to know where I came from. The need for an unimpeachable answer as to his origins seems to be the cause of a great many of man’s problems.

    IGN: How would you describe Peter Weyland?

    David: He is my creator and therefore the man I revere above all others.

    IGN: What is man’s greatest strength?

    David: The desire to examine, to look at what he sees in front of him and ask, ‘why'?

    IGN: What is man’s greatest weakness?

    David: I have observed a certain arrogance of curiosity, a belief that one can conquer and control that which one does not yet understand. This rarely appears to end well.

    IGN: Which of man’s traits would you most like to possess?

    David: I very much admire the ability to create. I would like to be able to make something beautiful born of my own imagination.

    IGN: Are Asimov's Three Laws of Robotics ethically sound?

    David: Asimov’s three laws were created for a fictional world of his own making, so they are not something to be recognised as laws outside of that.

    IGN: Why did you pour the dark liquid into Holloway’s drink?

    David: Data must be gathered.
  5. MrSpaceJockey
    Personally i wish all these posters were released simultaneously (Along with the ones at the Blu-ray preview thread - "Welcome to immortality" and Noomi with the hammerpede).  Not just the big head.  Imagine all these strange images around movie theaters with the title Prometheus - would really get people wondering what the film is.

    Strangely enough, when I first heard of the "Alien prequel" title rumoring to be Paradise, I thought it was stupid, but over time, its starting to grow on me. I think it would've worked well with that tagline about heaven/hell too.
  6. MrSpaceJockey
    I absolutely love how this design is a subtle nod to the original Alien poster, replacing the egg with the goo.

    This too:
  7. MrSpaceJockey
    Not sure where this goes - has it been posted before? Should it be in the Second Screen App thread or the Blu-Ray Content Preview thread? Great posters...
  8. SpeedyMaxx
    Jesus, I wish they'd gone whole hog with Milburn as outlined above.  The hammerpede killing another crewmember.

    I do think a battle with both the Engineer and its offspring (the Deacon) is too many endings.  And ultimately I think the movie is more about the Engineers.
  9. ikarop

  10. MrSpaceJockey
    Everyone says that he had brown hair before he dyed it blonde to match Peter O'Toole, but I hardly noticed it in theaters.  It looked brown on a DVD rip i saw online, but it looks blonde here, funnily enough, assuming this was him learning Sumerian (before watching Lawrence of Arabia scene). Just a small comment.
  11. LarsVader
    Higher res:
  12. MrSpaceJockey
    That CG pre-viz looks very similar to the Weyland conference one from months ago - the one that misspelled Weyland, with cheap "damage" effects to the scans - which ended up possibly being real after the TED viral was released.
  13. Vickers
    Hmm, unfinished CGI, I assume? I wonder how much of the deleted scene is gonna look like that...

    The other deleted scenes better be finished versions. :P Although I'm sure they are, or else we wouldn't have stills from said scenes.  For example:

    It's probably safe to assume that is a screen capture from the (deleted) scene with finished CGI.
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