Kate Dickie on working on Prometheus
- January 28, 2020
- Hamza Sheraz
Dickie speaks of working on the film
The only direct quotes from the actress in the article are as follows:
“You can get caught up in all that stuff”
“I dont feel any pressure, I just get on with the job at hand”
Here is a complete transcript of the article, – note the spoilerish material seems garnered from some of the fan-ficton leaked synopsis that was made by a fellow IMDb message board user Robotpo.
A SCOTS actress is hoping a new big-budged sci-fi movie will make her a star even though she last just 28 minutes before an alien eats her.
Kate Dickie, 40, appears in the prequel to the smash-hit alien franchise as part of a star studded line-up which includes Charlize Theron, Idris Elba and Micheal Fassbender
They play a team of explorers who discover a clue to the origins of mankind, leading them on a journey to the darkest corners of the universe
There they meet a terrify host of vicious, skeletal alien monstrosities which chase the crew through the halls of their spaceship Prometheus.
The film is set before the director Ridely Scott’s 1979 masterpiece Alien, which starred sigourny Weaver and took $185million (£120)
East Kilbride born mother-of-one Kate who has appeared in Taggart and won a BAFTA for a role in the hard hitting film Read Road, Said “You can get caught up in all that stuff”
“I don’t feel any pressure, I just get on with the job at hand”
The brunette dyed her hair blonde for the flick witch is shaping up as the hottest box-office draw of 2012.
Kate plays a tough first officer called Mudow, who must help her fellow crew-members become acclimatised to their removal from cryo-sleep after a long space journey which ends on a an apparent barren planet.
With their muscles wasted from five years without use, she helps them get fit – only for them fall victim to horrible creatures that begin stalking them for food.
While all cast are under a vow of silence until the movies release of June 1 it is known the director Scott’s hints that Prometheus’ ending will tie in the the beginning of the first Alien film”