With Bryan Singer currently working and tweeting away about his newest X-Men epic “Days of Future Past” based (loosely it seems) on Chris Claremont’s famous 1981 storyline, it feels like Hugh Jackman’s second solo outing is a bit dwarfed by next year’s towering Sentinels. I may be the only one who wanted this Japanese story to be a direct sequel to the 2009 Origins film, so I was surprised when it started looking like a direct sequel to X3. But the need for it to be a prequel to Days of Future Past is understandable, considering the fact that Logan is replacing Kitty as the main character in Bryan Singer’s take on Days of Future Past.
Needless to say, watching Hugh Jackman tear apart a bunch of overmatched human samurai sure does look like wacky fun!
Well, this is it, kiddies… unless SyFy has a change of heart, this is the last we’ll see of Young Adama and a shiny new Battlestar named Galactica. We enjoyed Blood & Chrome, warts and all, and as much as we’d love to see the continuing adventures of Husker, we can see how SyFy didn’t have the kind of faith in this pilot as they did in the original BSG mini-series. What did you think? Let us know!
The penultimate pair of Blood & Chrome webisodes have been released, and it seems this resort planet is no vacation… unless you count the recreational activities that Husker and the Doctor find themselves up to. Plus, we get our first real glimpse of the CHROME that the title has been promising, and Centurion version 1.5 is definitely a sight to behold!
After the first two episodes packed in a training simulation with Caprica tech, a sparkling new Galactica, a reveal of a brand new ensign Adama?s piloting skills, his new bird, his new co-pilot, and his super-secret new mission, we expected a lot from episodes 3 & 4… and it delivered. From threading the needle to a ghost fleet, this double-header of Blood & Chrome did not disappoint!
It’s no secret that Fox made Ridley Scott shoehorn an Alien storyline into his original idea for Prometheus. And it’s also no secret what happens in the entire movie has been shown to you if you watch the trailer. So what happens when you watch the movie as an Alien fan? You pay $20 for the IMAX 3D extended 2-hour version of the trailer and come away feeling kinda ripped off. At least that’s what happened to us. What about you? The worldwide release is upon us, so let those spoilers fly!
Anyone who is in love with Blade Runner or Alien has been waiting for Ridley Scott to come back to the Sci-Fi genre for nearly three decades.
And now, the wait is over…. At least, in England it is.
Prometheus has a June 1 release date across the pond, for everyone else, YGN wanted to give you the next best thing we can: almost 7 minutes of footage and cast/crew interviews from Ridley Scott’s eagerly anticipated prequel to Alien!
We’ll be posting some interviews and scenes from Prometheus, but in the interest of keeping spoiler-free until June 8, let’s keep the comments from our European friends as light on plot details as possible.