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Presidente da Fox se anima com possibilidade de um novo Alien   Tom Rothman torce para que Ridley Scott se anime também       28/04/2009Marcelo Hessel   Durante a pré-estreia de X-Men Origens:

Só o do Amazon.UK que foi onde eu comprei o meu, lá está saindo por £ 16,67 no fechamento do pedido. Por aqui o menor preço acho que é no Submarino, 99,90.

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DAMON LINDELOF TO RE-WRITE ALIEN PREQUEL?

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It is being reported that Lost scribe/executive producer Damon Lindelof has been hired to re-write Ridley Scott's upcoming Alien Prequel. 

 

Lindelof reportedly met with Scott and 20th Century Fox to discuss the project, but also ended up sparking a discussion that “could well turn out to be a free-standing science fiction film.”  Fox will decide once Lindelof turns in his script. 

Lindelof is already hard at work penning Star Trek 2 with Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci.  As for Scott, he hasn’t confirmed that the Alien prequel (which would actually be two 3D movies) will be his next projects.

 

 

Apparently Lindelof jumped at the opportunity as Scott's 1979 original Alien was such a "seminal influence" on him. Resuscitating the Alien franchise has been a big priority for Fox, which has a script by Jon Spaihts, who wrote Passengers for Morgan Creek, and whose drafts on the Alien film persuaded Scott to move from producing the film to directing it.

So where does this leave Alien Harvest

 

 

With the earlier speculation that a leaked Alien prequel script "Alien Harvest" apparently penned from Alien prequel hired writer Jon Spaihts currently circulating the web for the previous year was legit and no official response or denial from Fox.. rumors started surfacing within communities such as imdb that the script in fact be a legitimate early draft.

 

 

To see the Alien Harvest script go here:

Frank_Booth2010-07-28 23:01:07

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Sigourney Weaver fala sobre o filme - 05/08/2010 17:05

sigourneyweaver_01.jpgDepois de todo mundo querer dar opinião sobre o novo Alien, a Empire foi atrás da estrela principal do filme original para ver qual a opinião dela sobre a pré-sequência.

Em entrevista à publicação, Sigourney Weaver disse que acha a ideia de filmar a pré-sequência é genial: "Sempre disse ao Ridley Scott que se ele fizesse mais algum filme, deveria ser o início daquilo tudo. Ele é um grande diretor", afirmou.

Questionada se está triste por não estar no filme, a atriz disse que não. Que Alien é importante, mas que não a afeta tanto assim.

A pré-sequência de Alien está sendo escrita por Damon Lindelof, co-criador da série Lost (veja nota abaixo), e será filmado em 3D. O longa ainda não tem data de estreia.

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NOOMI RAPACE [THE GIRL WITH THE DRAGON TATTOO] for ALIEN PREQUEL?

 

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Oscar season officially begins September 1st. And already the Hollywood echelon is discussing the films from Stieg Larsson's literary series The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo, they're wondering aloud if breakout star Noomi Rapace could get an Academy Award for playing Lisbeth Salander.

After all, Sweden's Yellow Bird released the film back in 2009, and the other two pics in the trilogy were made for television and cut down for the big screen. I've now confirmed that she is eligible. Because  Music Box Films released director Niels Arden Oplev's Dragon Tattoo version in a Los Angeles County theater for a qualifying run this past March, thus making Rapace's performance eligible. I've learned that Music Box Films is about to hire an Oscar publicist, probably Melody Korenbrot, to promote Noomi for a Best Actress nomination. That's right, Best Actress. She's already won the Swedish equivalency of that for the film. Her new agents at UTA and managers at Magnolia are comparing her to Marion Cotillard, who appeared in a small foreign film, came out of nowhere to be nominated and then win the Best Actress Academy Award, then landed big roles in major studio tentpoles. "You can have that same journey. You speak English better than she does," she's been told.

Since arriving in town over the weekend, Rapace has been taking meetings with a slew of directors, producers,  and studio production execs. Its rumored that Warner Bros' Greg Silverman wants her for Sherlock Holmes 2, and Paramount's Marc Evans wants her for Mission Impossible 4. "If it's not too far along," one of my insiders explains. So Noomi will head home tomorrow for her 6-year-old son's birthday on Saturday, then probably get on a  plane and come back to Hollywood next week to meet again with Silverman and MI4's Brad Bird.

She's also sat down with Brett Ratner who just wanted to meet her. The most interesting report is that Rapace met with and told Ridley Scott (and Scot Free's Michael Costigan) that she grew up on his films when she left home at 15. Scott is most likely currently looking for lead actresses and with the films he has on his slate their is really only one that requires personal meetings at this stage, Alien Prequel. 

Rapace also met with Brad Fischer for the Phoenix Pictures project The Last Voyage Of The Demeter, Jon Amiel on his latest (believed to be titled Masterwork), James McTeigue on The Raven, Tommy Wirkola on Hansel And Gretel: Witch Hunters, and McG on This Means War. For the latter, McG discussed this juicy villain role.

Studios have been quoted as saying "They're originally meeting her expecting this hard-ass on a Harley wearing leather. But she's nothing like Lisbeth. They're shocked to find this unbelievably beautiful and sexy fresh-faced actress with a wonderful sense of humor. So now that's opening doors for her. They go into the meeting to ask, 'Do I have a villain? And they leave saying, 'Do I have a great female lead?'"

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Oscar

season officially begins September 1st. And already the Hollywood

echelon is discussing the films from Stieg Larsson's literary series The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo, they're wondering aloud if breakout star Noomi Rapace could get an Academy Award for playing Lisbeth Salander.

After all, Sweden's Yellow Bird released the film

back in 2009, and the other two pics in the trilogy were made for

television and cut down for the big screen. I've now confirmed that she

is eligible. Because  Music Box Films released director Niels Arden

Oplev's Dragon Tattoo version in a Los Angeles County

theater for a qualifying run this past March, thus making Rapace's

performance eligible. I've learned that Music Box Films is about to hire

an Oscar publicist, probably Melody Korenbrot, to promote Noomi for a

Best Actress nomination. That's right, Best Actress. She's already won

the Swedish equivalency of that for the film. Her new agents at UTA and managers at Magnolia are comparing her to Marion Cotillard, who appeared in a small foreign film, came out of nowhere to be nominated and then win the Best Actress Academy Award,

then landed big roles in major studio tentpoles. "You can have that

same journey. You speak English better than she does," she's been told.

Since

arriving in town over the weekend, Rapace has been taking meetings with

a slew of directors, producers,  and studio production execs. Its

rumored that Warner Bros' Greg Silverman wants her for Sherlock Holmes 2, and Paramount's Marc Evans wants her for Mission Impossible 4.

"If it's not too far along," one of my insiders explains. So Noomi will

head home tomorrow for her 6-year-old son's birthday on Saturday, then

probably get on a  plane and come back to Hollywood next week to meet

again with Silverman and MI4's Brad Bird.

She's also sat down with Brett Ratner who just wanted to meet her. The most interesting report is that Rapace met with and told Ridley Scott (and Scot Free's Michael Costigan)

that she grew up on his films when she left home at 15. Scott is most

likely currently looking for lead actresses and with the films he has on

his slate their is really only one that requires personal meetings at

this stage, Alien Prequel. 

Rapace also met with Brad Fischer for the Phoenix Pictures project The Last Voyage Of The Demeter, Jon Amiel on his latest (believed to be titled Masterwork), James McTeigue on The Raven, Tommy Wirkola on Hansel And Gretel: Witch Hunters, and McG on This Means War. For the latter, McG discussed this juicy villain role.

Studios

have been quoted as saying "They're originally meeting her expecting

this hard-ass on a Harley wearing leather. But she's nothing like

Lisbeth. They're shocked to find this unbelievably beautiful and

sexy fresh-faced actress with a wonderful sense of humor. So now

that's opening doors for her. They go into the meeting to ask, 'Do I

have a villain? And they leave saying, 'Do I have a great female lead?'"

 

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Pitch Concept Art For The Alien Prequel

 

 

 

 

 

By George 'El Guapo' Roush on

August 30, 2010

 

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Do we really

need a prequel to Alien? That's the question I keep asking myself

whenever I read or see anything regarding the prequel which is

supposedly about the giant space jock guys found in the alien ship when

Dallas and company go walking around inside of it. Or has that plotline

changed to just humans? Who knows.

 

What I do know is they're hard

at work on the prequel and drawing up some design sketches of how the

aliens will look is just one of many things necessary to make sure they

get the tone and look of the prequel the way they want.

 

Artist Dan Luvisi did some pitch concept artwork for Fox and friends. Here's what he said on his website:

 

So

I was given an opportunity to do a pitch piece for the new Alien

prequel based off of a design H.R. Giger did for one of the previous

Alien movies (which was not used).

 

This was not intended to be

the actual design, nor was it used for the new Alien film. As for where

we are with the whole process, who knows. But thought you guys would

like to see.

 

Enjoy guys!

 

Click the pic below to check out a larger image and the rest of the man's work.

 

 

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Cain2010-08-30 23:32:58

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Ridley Scott Wants to Top Avatar with Alien Prequels

September 03, 2010

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an interview with UK's The Independent, Ridley Scott opened up a little

bit about what he hopes to accomplish with his upcoming Alien prequel filmsmag-glass_10x10.gif - both thematically and with audiences.

 

"The film will be really tough, really nasty," he said. "It's

the dark side of the moon. We are talking about gods and engineers.

Engineers of space. And were the aliens designed as a form of biological

warfare? Or biology that would go in and clean up a planet?"

 

 

These remarks are making the films sound like an Alien origin story

where we might see this Space Jockey race create the monsters with a

purpose in mind. Perhaps the Space Jockey always had control of the

Aliens and his crashing on LV-426 was due to unrelated circumstances.

I'm dieing to know.

 

 

If you're thinking the Alien prequels will be along the lines of the

latter Alien films, think again. Scott is eyeing more of a grandiose

Avatar presentation which would naturally be required if the film

revolves around the ginormous Space Jockeys. "Jim's raised the bar and I've got to jump to it," he says in reference to James Cameron's Avatar. "He's not going to get away with it."

 

 

Scott will shoot the two Alien prequel films back-to-back in 3D. Jon

Spaihts wrote the original screenplay which Lost's Damon Lindelof is

currently fine tuning.

 

 

Source: The Independent

Cain2010-09-03 17:27:43

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Nem gosto muito dos Alien, mas sabe o que me preocupa nesses reboots, pre-quels e afins? Agora temos o maldito CGI e os caras ainda não aprenderam que ele deve ser complementar e nunca a fonte, especialmente se tratando de filmes em que se pretende provocar algum tipo de medo/tensão. Sei lá, não me lembro se já ouve algum filme cheio de CGI que tivesse provocado o esperado por ele em mim.

 

 

 

 

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Gemma Arterton no elenco? Parece que sim - 06/09/2010 15:35

gemmaarterton_06.jpgDepois de estrelar em 007 - Quantum of Solace, de 2008, Gemma Arterton se tornou uma das atrizes mais procuradas de Hollywood.

Em uma conversa com o jornal The Sunday Times sobre seu mais recente filme, Tamara Drewe, ela mesma revelou que tem uma reunião marcada com o diretor Ridley Scott. O tema do encontro seria uma possível participação da beldade em Alien 5 - que na verdade é o nome provisório para a pré-sequência de Alien.

O próprio Scott teria convocado a reunião depois de ter ficado bastante impressionado com a performance da moça em The Disappearance of Alice Creed, em que uma jovem é aprisionada em seu próprio apartamento por dois ex-condenados.

Caso seja contratada, Arterton deve ter um papel similar ao da protagonista Ripley, vivida nas telas por Sigourney Weaver.

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Sou suspeito para falar da Gemma, não e uma grande atriz mas tem um uma boa presença nas telas se o próprio Scott acha quem sou eu pra discordar
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A Fox não aprendeu NADA com o fiasco de ALIEN 3.

 

O estúdio quer diminuir os custos (OK, compreensível, razoável, até) mas não quer que a classificação seja R! 09

 

Onde já se viu, ALIEN pra crianças? ALIEN, versão-família?

 

Se estão interferindo na visão criativa de Scott, por que não contrataram um peão qualquer no lugar?

 

Tomar no bumbum! 11

 

[ALIEN PREQUEL] STALLS AS [RIDLEY SCOTT] & FOX CLASH OVER 18-RATING & BUDGET

 

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Ridley Scott is at odds with 20th Century Fox, the major studios behind the project over budgetary and creative differences,

according to sources close to the production.
It would seem Scott wants a

budget of around $250m to make it a sci-fi spectacular, and is also pushing for

an 18-rated level of violence and horror. Fox, however, don’t plan on investing

anywhere near that sum, and are keen to get a 15 rating to maximise the

audience appeal.

 

 

 

The movie was announced late 2009, and a script has been

in development ever since. Lost showrunner Damon Lindelof, was

reported to have edited a version of the script penned by Jon Spaights in the summer of 2010, and Scott even began talking about the film’s direction as

recently as September in an interview with The Independent.

He told the newspaper that James Cameron ‘raised the bar’

with Aliens

and Avatar,

and that his film would be very dark indeed.

 

 

 

 

 

“The film will be really tough, really nasty,” he said. “It’s

the dark side of the moon. We are talking about gods and engineers. Engineers

of space. And were the aliens designed as a form of biological warfare? Or

biology that would go in and clean up a planet?” 



Scott’s original

Alien movie

was a full-blooded horror released in 1979, and produced on a budget of

$11m [about $31m in today’s money]. The subsequent sequels had far more

cash

lavished on them, but both Alien 3 and Alien

Resurrection targeted 15 ratings. In the case of Alien 3, director

David Fincher cited the studio’s involvement as the main reason for the film’s

critical failure, which anybody who has seen Fincher's extended version of Alien 3 "The Assembly cut" will agree upon. The first of the Alien Vs. Predator spin-offs was designed

for a younger audience, receiving a PG-13 rating in the States [12A in the UK],

while the more recent sequel, AvP: Requiem, restored the violence and R

rating Stateside [18 in the UK], but still didn’t find the critical success of

the original movies.
Scott has been dismissive of the AvP franchise, although

at ComicCon 2010 he refused to pass an opinion, saying:

“I actually have a very

good relationship with 20th Century Fox. But they know how I feel about the spin-offs”

As exciting as his vision sounds, it seems Ridley

Scott will need to rely on his famous stubborn streak if he’s to convince Fox

that his direction is the way forward.

 

 

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Li uma coisa de um usuário do IMDb que fez sentido: o estúdio e os realizadores não poderiam ter definido esse negócio da classificação logo no estágio mais embrionário possível, e começar a partir daí?

 

Aposto que a Fox pensou duas vezes quando viu que Scott queria 250 milhões para tocar os dois filmes adiante.

 

 

Que eu saiba, já há um roteiro completo escrito por Damon Lindelof sendo revisado por Jon Spaihts e Arthur Max já está até cuidando do design de sets! 

Cain2010-09-30 18:37:12

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Eu já acho que tudo isso é besteira...

 

A Fox pede/exige uma "versão-família" para exibir nos cinemas.

Mas é óbvio que a Fox e Scott vão lançar uma "versão do diretor" algum tempo depois.

 

Já deve estar tudo arranjado.

 

Essa papagaiada toda é só pra parecer que é tudo espontâneo e imprevisto.

 

 

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