Read Damon Lindelof’s Draft of the PROMETHEUS Script

It doesn’t matter what you think of Ridley Scott’s Promises (I think it’s great), it’s strange that people are still talking about it. I say this because, in our culture, always pushing the next thing forward, once something comes up, I love that people are still discussing ideas and myths and that in a sequel Would love to see (what I’ve heard is definitely moving). Forward).

As most of you know, in addition to the original concept of the franchise elements of Ronald Shaw and the late Dan O’Beacon, Prometheus was penned by two screenwriters: Jon Spots and Damon Lindelof. After several drafts of Spaats, Lindelof was brought in to balance the story and to expand the character relationships and myths, but the characters and the narrative structure had to be left in place. The jump continued even after the jump.

Prometheus – David – Michael – Fassbender, published over the last month, has revealed much more about creating a Prometheus. Sports recently talked about scenes that disappeared from its original script, including the maximum spread of xenomorphs and a different version of the Mad Pod scene.

In addition, a few days ago, the screenplay draft of the play also leaked, which you can download. Here are some differences (thanks, Dave):

The version of the Spit Hits included an underwater sequence where Earth-based scientists discovered a star map using submarines in a Pacific Ocean city.
While searching for a mission to find Wildland, Spaits had a space station and alternate versions of Wildland aboard the Mars, which was in the process of being invented.
Spots scientists try to explain the idiots of Melbourne (Rafe Spall) and Fifield (Sean Harris), saying that the reason for the modification is more because they harboured a former Melbourne scene of harmless alien lifestyles. Cut to the excitement of the discovery: “It really showed how excited Milburn was to experience any luxurious, sophisticated life. That explains why he is acting like a kill here. The last thing you see when you see a snake in the wild is approaching it and start smiling and spreading your hand when you want to nurture it.
Scott himself believed that it was Spits’ job to rotate one ship into another and make it work in the story.
Spots can claim the reputation of Mad Pod Scene and Shaw’s Impression.
Prometheus Engineer-Image A lot of people are talking about the script, I thought I’d share some of the stuff I have since the summer: Damien Lindelof’s script called “Paradise.”

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