Prometheus Blu-ray special features confirmed

Questions will be answered, apparently...

Prometheus was one of this year’s most talked about films (over here, particularly), so the special features on the home entertainment release are something we’ve been keeping our eyes peeled for.

Well, the full list of extras has been announced, and it’s looking like an impressive bounty, particularly if you’re getting the 3D Blu-ray.

Here’s the full list of special features on each format (3D BD, BD, DVD):


Prometheus Blu-ray 3D Collector’s Edition

Disc 1

• 3D Theatrical Cut of Film

Disc 2

• Commentary by Director/Producer Ridley Scott
• Commentary by Writer Jon Spaihts and Writer/Executive Producer Damon Lindelof
The Peter Weyland Files
• Deleted and Alternate Scenes that include an Alternate Opening / Ending
• Prometheus: Weyland Corp Archive Second Screen App
The Furious Gods: Making Prometheus
• Enhancement Pods
• Weyland Corp Archives which includes Pre-Visualizations, Screen Tests and more
 
Disc 3

• Blu-ray
• Digital Copy


Prometheus Blu-ray

• Theatrical Cut
• Commentary by Director/Producer Ridley Scott
• Commentary by Writer Jon Spaihts and Writer/Executive Producer Damon Lindelof
The Peter Weyland Files
• Deleted and Alternate Scenes that include an Alternate Opening / Ending
• Prometheus: Weyland Corp Archive Second Screen App
• Digital Copy
 

Prometheus DVD

• Deleted scenes


We also found out that the deleted scenes are titled ‘Our first alien',‘Strange bed fellows’, and ‘We’re not alone anymore’, which doesn't give a huge amount away but is intriguing nonetheless.

What really caught our interest is the fact that the movie itself is specifically referred to as the theatrical cut. Is this an unsubtle hint to tell us that a director’s cut is on its way at some point in the future? We can but speculate...

Prometheus
is available on Blu-ray 3D Collector’s Edition, Blu-ray and DVD from 8 October 2012. Our Christmas list is swelling already…

Will you be revisiting Prometheus on Blu-ray? Let us know!

Comments

    • dex2010

      Sep 28th 2012, 14:39

      Cant believe it still got 4 stars on blueray release. This film is a big piece of s**t!

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    • chrisfinney

      Sep 28th 2012, 15:36

      So basically, "Questions will be answered", so long as you buy the most expensive version of the film available? f**k off, Ridley. Movie sucked.

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    • Indianabones

      Sep 28th 2012, 15:36

      Its not a big piece of sh*t, but as a supposedly pre-quel or seperate film.....he kinda mish mashed that together, its not seperate, and is thoroughly disappointing as a pre-quel! I'd have rather he done and out and out prequel or a completely seperate film altogether!

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    • ChrisWootton

      Sep 28th 2012, 15:53

      Will the question "why did you make such a s**t film?" be answered?

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    • FBDDaliel

      Sep 28th 2012, 16:32

      I watched this over again the other day. It really is bad. The Faife character made zero sense. All bad a*s, than turns coward at the first sign of NO TROUBLE. Why was even Wickers on the mission?? She acts like shes got some angle, but then we find out she did\t even need to be there. Didn\t want to sit at home running the whole Weyland corp when she could sleep for two years on a mission she had NO FAITH in right? And the xenomorph in the end which looked nothing like it should have? The so called perfect organism basiclly was a random mistake. Black goo> spiked drink> man> woman without uterus> squidbilly> engineer> full grown xenomorph look-alike ?? And what was the androids deal? They stole Lance Hendriksens original idea to introduce Bishop in ALIENS ( him wandering around the ship) , and throughout the movie Fassbender is the most genuine human character of them all. He doesn't seem like a android at all . And Noomis boyfriend? After finding exactly what they hoped they would find after all of 6 min into the landing , he goes on a bender and just looks like he wants no more to do with the mission after the first check of the ruins is cut short by a storm? Where is the logic in that? One more uniterupted day of searching and they all would have found the ship, and living engineer. But nooooo. He didnt find a live one during the first few hours, so screw that, and go of drinking and sulking...... I hear they are planning the sequel : Noomi & Heads excellent adventure. I bet that one will answer a lot of questions ...... This was so disappointing. I totally understand the secrecy surrounding the project. they knew they had messed it up when they stated filming it.......

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    • Hadouken76

      Sep 28th 2012, 19:03

      His plans for a new Blade Runner doesn't look that appealing any more.

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    • fortunesfool

      Sep 28th 2012, 20:45

      His plans for Blade Runner don't involve Damon Lindelof. Most of the faults with Prometheus are down to the crass, idiotic screenplay.

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    • Ali1748

      Sep 29th 2012, 1:37

      It's not a bad movie just disappointing given all the hype and expectations. ^^^^ the real fault is Sir Ridley just doesn't have it anymore.

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    • anant

      Sep 29th 2012, 9:40

      thats what i am afraid of Ali748. he just deosnt have it anymore.

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    • spid2411

      Sep 29th 2012, 15:23

      I think the real question that needs to be answered is how the director of Alien and Blade Runner made such a pile of c**p. Dreadful script, awful characters (every stereotype in the book) and some laugh out loud moments of utter stupidity (like the bit where the geologist guys just decide to run away when they find the alien skull as they didn't sign up for that apparently - what did they think they were going to find in outer space and where exactly were they running too?). The bit where they set fire to the guy (who was poisoned by Fassbender for no apparent reason) was just ludicrous and they all got over that pretty quick too. Baffles me how much chat there has been trying to solve the oh so clever mystery behind such a terrible, terrible film. When you have a movie that is supposed to explore the origins of mankind and the only character of note is A ROBOT....well, pretty much says it all. ps can't WAIT to see that Blade Runner sequel...

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    • 2Dglasses

      Sep 29th 2012, 18:35

      I can tolerate a disappointing film, but to suggest that the extra special/expensive whatever edition 'answers the questions'...shows nothing but contempt for the fans. The cinema version is supposed to answer the questions, then the DVD maybe shows things that might have been interesting but would have took too long to explain. Is there a deleted scene explaining the motivations of half the characters, which are either inconsistent or nonsensical, merely doing what was dramatic rather than what made sense? Watched Alien on big screen the other day, only showed to prove how poorly constructed this film was. On this plus side, it looked fantastic.

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    • Eggman72

      Oct 1st 2012, 11:28

      Questions will be answered..heres one for ya Riddlely...Why was it a piece of s*#t ?? ..Mr Scott really dropped the ball on this one....utter tripe...

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    • stephenfranklin

      Oct 11th 2012, 21:40

      Great movie

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