The Horror Honeys: Honey Buzz ~ Noomi Rapace on Prometheus 2

Honey Buzz ~ Noomi Rapace on Prometheus 2

Now, I had a bit of a freak out a few weeks ago when Ridley Scott announced that he was completely done with Xenomorphs, that he was bored of aliens, and was looking to something new for Prometheus 2.

Considering the faith based route that Sir Scott has turned his ship towards, it seems like his returning cast is feeling that influence in their recent interviews. Noomi Rapace shared some if her insight as to what Elizabeth Shaw might be facing in her new adventure with the beheaded David...

When asked what new force she thinks they might be battling, “God maybe, or Devil? I don’t know where he’s going to take us, but I can’t wait to go there…I don’t know what we’re going to discover.

Oh, that sounds thrilling, doesn't it. 



Another tidbit: “I know that Elizabeth Shaw wants to go to Paradise, she doesn’t want to go back, she doesn’t want to go to Earth, there’s nothing left for her there. She wants to go where they [the Engineers] came from. She wants answers, she wants to know... I feel like I’m sharing her curiosity and also her anger”

So, here's the storyline as I've pieced it together from interviews and too much thinking: Entitled child goes on a mission through space to ask the unanswerable question to God, because she DESERVES an answer. That ever annoying "why are we here?" question asked directly into the face of her creator, blindly expecting some kind of validation for her existence beyond a "because we could"response, which obviously isn't good enough. 

I hope the Engineers shrug, and then flatten her. 



Some questions don't need answers, Ridley, and they certainly don't need a multimillion dollar movie to explore it so you can have some kind of personal catharsis. Start a blog, make some more Bill O'Reilly TV shows, some Christian infomercials, whatever, but I'm literally begging you. Don't George Lucas this.


The script for Paradise has gone through approximately 15 re-writes thus far, and isn't looking like it will be ready for human consumption until mid-2016. By the time it comes out I hope that my level of 'fucks I give' will have diminished to the point where I don't even care anymore, because right now I'm just miffed about the whole thing.


(Source: SciFied)