Cameron Diaz is ready to face camera with African Cheetahs in her upcoming Hollywood movie ‘The Counselor’ and if media reports are to be believed certain sequences will involve Cheetah and Cameron sharing space in a bedroom.
British tabloid has ‘The Sun’ has reported that Cheetah roaming freely on the sets has been a cause for worry and fear for many. A source close to the production unit revealed , “When Cameron first started working with the cheetah it was strutting about like it owned the place. But now she’s wearing the trousers.
“It has taken a shine to her, which is good because they’ve had to shoot a number of scenes together, including a set-up where they shared a bed. The specialist animal handlers have been close by in case the cheetah gets a bit carried away,” a source said.
Directed by ace Hollywood director Ridley Scott, ‘The Counselor’ is penned by a reputed novelist Cormac McCarthy. Prominent among others in the movie are Brad Pitt, Penelope Cruz, Javier Bardem and Michael Vastbender.
(By Akshat Sharma) ‘Prometheus’ is a movie which takes you to a new world. The tagline: the search for our beginning could lead to our end, is interesting and it gives us an insight about the movie even before you are comfortably perched on your seats in the theatre.
The movie begins with a group of scientists travelling to a secret location where a new human race could be possibly cultivated in laboratories. People travelling towards Prometheus are drawn to this huge vessel for their own individual reasons and the first few minutes of the film focuses on each person’s agenda.
Elizabeth Shaw (Naomi Rapace) and Charlie Holloway (Logan Marshall-Green) are an archaeologist couple who believe that they were created in a facility like this. The large ship named Prometheus is captained by Janek who along with his crew provides moments of comic relief in the movie. They lift you out of that sapping feeling which you get while watching this Sci-fi movie.
A botanist named Milburn and a geologist named Fifield are also on board but they are not so impressed with this gigantic ‘Prometheus’. This entire expedition is monitored by Meredith Vickers played by Charlize Theron who maintains a composed and controlled persona throughout the movie. This project is funded by father’s company, Weyland Corporation. David played by Michael Fassbender is a butler on Prometheus but he is not human but a ‘living object’ made out of an android.
You can relate to some extent to these characters as they exhibit all human traits. But this movie is not about emotions or human touch. Prometheus becomes a vehicle to transport you into a world which dazzles and overwhelms you. If you are watching 3D version you feel as if you are floating in dark space.
Prometheus offers an assortment of visuals which evoke fear in you but the fear of unknown is the most powerful. Directed by Ridley Scott ‘Prometheus’ is shot entirely in 3D is a true bonanza for avid sci-fi lovers and even if you are not a ‘Sci Fi geek’ it is a visual delight for any cine goer.
As the Hollywood celebrates ‘The Avengers’ super success the cine goers are warming up to the idea of watching the magnum opus ‘Prometheus’ which is scheduled for UK release on June 01 and US release on June 08.
Directed by Hollywood’s premier director Ridley Scott ‘Prometheus’ is generating tremendous interest online and tapping its potential the producers have released a new video featurette named ‘The Orginis’ in which the ‘Prometheus’ crew give details of the theme and the scientific theories involved in the movie.
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Director Ridley Scott’s latest magnum opus ‘Prometheus’ made its debut today at the 26th WonderCon held in Anaheim (California). The two-and-a-half-minute clip gives cine goers an insight into the movie. If the response of the cine goers was any indication then this movie was going to be a blockbuster in 2012.
Prometheus stars Noomi Rapace, Charlize Theron, Michael Fassbender, Idris Elba and Guy Pearce. We present the trailer of the movie for fans of Ridley Scott movies who are spread all around the globe. Take a clock.