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'Prometheus' DVD to feature deleted and alternate scenes
Are you among the millions of viewers left with more questions than answers (at least satisfying ones) after walking out of Ridley Scott's sorta-"Alien "prequel "Prometheus" last month?
Maybe 15 Minutes of deleted scenes will help.
As pointed out by Collider, the bonus features on the French Blu-ray of the film have been revealed, and assuming that the U.S. version will contain similar bells and whistles, viewers will get further insight into the confusing and ambiguous film.
Among the extras will be several scenes that were deleted from -- or altered in -- the theatrical cut.
Frustrated moviegoers may also want to peruse the included first and final draft of the script, which may further enlighten readers -- or simply obfuscate matters even more. Likewise, a promised Scott commentary track may contain some answers, but don't hold your breath.
The collection, packaged with the first four "Alien" films, also features four viral videos (including Peter Weyland’s full Ted Talk), Scott’s sketches (always a treat), Noomi Rapace’s screen tests, two hours of featurettes, and more.
But will we ever get an extended cut of the film?