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"Prometheus" Deleted Scene Answers One of the Many Questions

Posted: October 3rd, 2012 by WorstPreviews.com Staff
"Prometheus" Deleted Scene Answers One of the Many QuestionsSubmit Comment
"Prometheus" will be released on DVD and Blu-ray on October 9th, and promises to answer all the questions movie-goers had when watching the film in theaters. Today, we have a deleted scene from the Blu-ray version that answers one of those questions.

SPOILERS AHEAD:

In the movie, the geologist and biologist enter the Engineers' spaceship, but get scared and attempt to run back to Prometheus. Later on, it turned out that they got lost and were forced to spend the night inside the alien ship. They showed every sign of being cowards, but upon seeing a snake-looking creature, the biologist suddenly becomes brave and actually makes contact with it.

The reason why that scene seemed odd is because of another scene explaining it was cut from the film. It shows the biologist finding a worm-looking creature soon after stepping into the spaceship. Instead of being afraid of it, he marvels at the finding and is excited at all the possibilities. If this scene remained in the film, it would explain why he wanted to make contact with a bigger creature later on.

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Click here to read our "Prometheus" review.

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CelluloidMan writes:
on October 2nd, 2012 at 9:51:31 PM

Yup cause that what all the fanboys want...to have swiss cheese plot holes answered in the deleted scenes.

Good luck with that...

But, hey, maybe fanboys will buy it just to know some of those answers...sad, really.
BadChadB33 writes:
on October 2nd, 2012 at 10:37:12 PM

I could care less!!!
boogiel writes:
on October 2nd, 2012 at 10:37:41 PM

No need to buy this dvd sh*t if they post the deleted scenes online anyway.
Deaft0ne writes:
on October 2nd, 2012 at 10:54:31 PM

If this is true then the editor of this movie is one of the stupidest motherf*ckers ever. This would be like in Blade Runner if there was never a scene where M. Emmett Walsh explains what Replicants are and Deckard just starts randomly killing the replicants. You would know they were mentioned in the intro scroll but never who is playing them in the movie.
Deaft0ne writes:
on October 2nd, 2012 at 11:14:31 PM

Sorry I digress a bit on that but you know what I mean. If Blade Runner had no Voight-Kampff test for Walt Kowalski and there was no other hints to WHO the Replicants are in the movie but Deckard is going after them it would just piss you off.

This is how Prometheus is actually edited. Essential sh*t that should be in the movie is deliberately omitted as if Damon Lindelof's stupid f*cking ass was also the editor of the film because it made it as obnoxious as the majority of L O S T where they never explained a single f*cking thing to you.
IronDeadpool writes:
on October 3rd, 2012 at 1:00:46 AM

"it would explain why he wanted to make contact with a bigger creature later on."
Yeah because he intended to use the little one as a two ended ass dildo for him and his life partner but it was to small for their taste and it ran away and now he has a bigger one
Tanman32123 writes:
on October 3rd, 2012 at 1:17:07 AM

Meh, not that big of a deleted scene
Damon242 writes:
on October 3rd, 2012 at 1:56:39 AM

biologist: "ooh, funny creature. Lemme touch it!"
geologist: *maps out the entire place* "I have absolutely no idea where we are"
Damon242 writes:
on October 3rd, 2012 at 1:59:55 AM

@Deaft0ne

I really wish people would stop claiming that LOST never answered anything, it's ridiculous and completely unsubstantiated (I can provide evidence to the contrary with very little effort).

And people need to blame Scott, not blame the second script writer.
trailertrash writes:
on October 3rd, 2012 at 2:33:38 AM

Deleted Scene Answers One of the Many Questions

That's a major fail right there, Questions need to be answered in the cinema not 6 months later in a bunch of deleted scenes.
Sev writes:
on October 3rd, 2012 at 4:25:37 AM

If this scene was in the movie it still wouldn't make any sense. He finds a worm, gets excited, he finds a dead body, gets scared, a grey alien penis shows up and he gets excited. THIS STILL DOESN'T MAKE SENSE!!!! He should be marvelling at every find, not running away with the other twat who's acting like a scared army grunt! The characterisation in the film was so f*cking bad it was laughable! In Alien they found the Jockey in the chair and didn't run off, they were facinated, Lambert didn't want to be there but didn't act all over dramatic and be a bitch about it.

Ridley should have had the common sense to realise this. So dissapointed.
vaodsi writes:
on October 3rd, 2012 at 4:37:25 AM

I honestly did not feel the scene had a problem to begin with. Contrary to popular opinion i felt it was in continuity with the character. From the beginning the biologist is shown to be uncomfortable with the mission looking for god-like creatures, mocking it for standing in the the face of evolution. The discovery of the engineer freaks him out because it is outside his very narrow minded view of nature and science, which he arrogantly feels he is a complete expert in. It is his identity. It would be like if I, being an athiest, were suddenly visited by a ghostly creator being that appeared to be involved in the origin of life on earth. Yeah, i'd be like WTF! He is shaken by the discovery because it is something he cannot understand or explain through his own knowledge. It undoes everything he is and believes in. In contrast, the penis snake IS something he can explain, something he can study, define, and place in a box. At that moment he's finding solace in discovering something that is more affirming toward his world view. The irony is that it kills him (mouthrapes him) all the same. So I didn't have a problem with the scene and the discovery of a penis-snake-foreskin-shedding is not needed.
IronDeadpool writes:
on October 3rd, 2012 at 6:55:21 AM

"it would explain why he wanted to make contact with a bigger creature later on."
Yeah because he intended to use the little one as a two ended ass dildo for him and his life partner but it was to small for their taste and it ran away and now he has a bigger one
RickyGabrielBird writes:
on October 3rd, 2012 at 8:57:54 AM

This film was God damn awful. Stupid writers for making something far too ambitious to fit within the time frame allowed, leaving common sense at the door.

The Dark Knight Rises suffered from this a little also but it was still enjoyable at least.

Love the Red Letter Media take on Prometheus http://www.thatvideosite.com/v/5496
SACdaddy writes:
on October 3rd, 2012 at 9:07:58 AM

A DVD promoting deleted scenes more than what actually made the film doesn't deserve to be purchased. Ridley should be ashamed of himself.
Liesmith writes:
on October 3rd, 2012 at 10:30:36 AM

Vaodsi, that's taking some amazing leaps of logic, and it still leads to the character being pretty silly.

In the briefing scene, zero evidence was offered up for the Engineers creating humans..the lead "scientist" admits that it's pure faith on her part, which is something you'd never hear a real scientist say about a hypothesis.

When he encounters the corpse, it scares him because its spooky and he's basically Shaggy from Scooby Doo. He still has been given zero reason to believe that this alien species created humans.

The movie was stupid, and it's half-assed attempts at sounding deep and philosophical just made it come across as moreso.
vaodsi writes:
on October 3rd, 2012 at 1:05:38 PM

Liesmith

In the briefing scene it is asked of Shaw what these ENGINEERS engineered. SHe answers, "US."

The biologist's reaction is, "If you want to just throw out a hundred years of darwin."

True, no evidence has been given. And yes, he is a stupid character, that's established from the beginning, intentionally. The film did not spoon feed it's audience. It expected the logic of the viewer to be exercised enough to keep up and make leaps. The film is a puzzle, and not all the pieces are there, and they are NOT going to be ont he dvd/bluray. That's just a marketing scam to snare the insipid. I'm holding out for my real questions to be answered with the sequel. I had no problem understanding this film and was satisfied with the ending, although i was disappointed (SPOILER) that charlize died, since now they can't go black swan on each other in the sequel ;)

The largest potential flaw is why would the engineers leave us a starmap to a weapons lab. I am not calling this a flaw yet because I am waiting to see if it is explained in the sequel.

Oh, other HUGE plot hole, why the hell is shaw with the douchebag of a boyfriend?
minkowski writes:
on October 3rd, 2012 at 2:31:56 PM

"Oh, other HUGE plot hole, why the hell is shaw with the douchebag of a boyfriend?"

And right there you've outed yourself as someone who has never, ever, had experience, or contact, with a member of the female species.

"If this is true then the editor of this movie is one of the stupidest motherf*ckers ever."

Exactly. You cut superfluous scenes, not scenes that build or illuminate continuity. Dumb asses.

"And people need to blame Scott, not blame the second script writer."

So you've read the script, then, correct, and you know just what exactly Ridley did and did not film? I think not.

At this point it's all just personal speculation. It could have been a sh*tty script, or poor direction, or terrible editing, or all three, or none of the above.

Neither I nor you know sh*t for sure.
O.G.B writes:
on October 4th, 2012 at 4:09:29 AM

I really enjoyed this movie...ya it was cheesy as f*ck but so is every sci fi movie ever made. The deleted scene there did help me to why the retard was so excited to go right after the worm that eventually killed his ass. looking forward to the sequel

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