I guess, it wasn't posted before in this thread, so, if anyone is interested to enjoy the both two first tlailers stretched super slow up to 13 minutes each, you are welcome (Fascinating, I'd say!!! ):
Longtime lurker with a first post (be gentle). I had a chance to watch these slowed-down trailers and I think there may be info used to dispel common notions fans have formed. I've already seen it been discussed that trailers can be edited in such a fashion as to be misleading from what actually happens in the movie. I think that the scene with Captain Janek screaming does not
immediately precede the Prometheus crashing into the Juggernaut. Take a look at the first trailer at about 8 min 13 seconds. Watch the co-pilot over Janek's left shoulder. He begins to raise his arm-- not in a defensive gesture ("No! Not in the face!") but in like a celebratory "woo!". I know it's weird that he'd be screaming in that manner over something jubilant (maybe the crew makes a find and the team is stoked about it) and I do agree the Prometheus crashes into the Juggernaut at some point; just find it odd that the copilot would be raising his arm like a fist pump instead of bracing himself for imminent impact.
Another thing that came to mind while watching these trailers: When Shaw says "They're changing..." and Vickers replies "Into what?", it sounds like most people are assuming the murals themselves are changing. Like a wall that shifts into a slideshow. If you watch the slowed-down trailers it doesn't look like the walls shift. I think what the team is seeing is more practical, like hieroglyphs on a wall. Shaw is actually looking at this when she remarks "They're changing".
Yes, I know this is over-analyzing things but I'm bored and this board makes for a great past-time.