'X-Men: First Class' star Michael Fassbender will appear opposite Noomi Rapace in Ridley Scott's 'Alien' prequel-turned-original sci-fi venture, 'Prometheus'.
After several rounds of changes, FOX has set Ridley Scott's 'Prometheus' for a June 2012 release, while Disney will release 'John Carter of Mars' in March 2012.
Ridley Scott's heavily speculated prequel(s) to 'Alien' is now an original sci-fi work titled 'Prometheus,' starring Noomi Rapace. Does it take place in the Alien universe?
Actress Charlize Theron will not appear in Clint Eastwood's 'J. Edgar' - instead, she's now rumored to be 20th Century Fox's top choice to star in the 'Alien' prequel.
Ridley Scott's upcoming 'Alien' prequel is reportedly right on schedule and not only has a new title but a couple of pretty big name actors possibly joining the cast.
NASA made an announcement that they've found a new lifeform here on Earth which DOESN’T share our DNA - and that's fantastic news. So let's refresh our memories with a look at the various alien movie types.
Some concept art of what are allegedly The Space Jockeys from Ridley Scott's 'Alien' prequels has surfaced online. Take a look and tell us if you think it's the real deal.
Noomi Rapace is reportedly Ridley Scott's favorite to play the lead in his 'Alien' prequels while other actresses such as Carey Mulligan and Natalie Portman are still being considered.
James Franco and Anne Hathaway are the latest two names to be added to the rumor mill surrounding the cast of Ridley Scott's upcoming 'Alien' Prequels.
20th Century Fox is reportedly interested in Natalie Portman for the lead role in Ridley Scott's 'Alien' prequels. Meanwhile, the studio loves Damon Lindelof's re-write of the script.
The original 'Girl with the Dragon Tattoo' actress, Noomi Rapace, may end up starring in the lead role in Ridley Scott's upcoming 'Alien' prequels.
Actress Gemma Arterton will star in the Christopher Nolan script Keys to the Street and maybe Ridley Scott's Alien prequels.
Girl With The Dragon Tattoo star Noomi Rapace talks to Hollywood about roles in Mission: Impossible 4, Sherlock Holmes 2 and a host of other big projects.
After working six years on Lost, writer Damon Lindelof might be adding the Alien prequel to his résumé.