Comic Con is a major event for pop culture geeks in Melbourne. Cause we don't have the population for large conventions every weekend, like those held in the US. So an event of this scale and magnitude is very important to the local fan community. Nonetheless, the venue, Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre will be … Continue reading Studio Yutani is heading to ComiCon Melbourne
This information is sourced from a Road Show article. Speaking of vehicles, a designer from the Swedish truck company Volvo, has recently discovered some of Syd Meads' drawings. Apparently, Mead had worked for Volvo at one point and did this series of drawings for them. Though what they were going to be used for is … Continue reading Syd Meads’ Volvo Truck Drawings Have Been Discovered
In a conversation with Dr Brad Tucker, consultant Astrophysicist and Cosmologist for Alien: Covenant; we discussed how we'd measure FTL travel. In Aliens(1986) LV426 is 39 lightyears from Earth, making it 11.9575 parsecs or 229266389554160.7mi (1203414349800000km). For the sake of measurement in the Alien Universe using imperial I will continue in miles. It takes the … Continue reading FTL in the Alien Universe
In an interview with Variety, Ridley Scott is revealed to have a third Alien Prequel film in script phase. “Alien” made $105 million worldwide back in 1979 — the adjusted gross is $283.5 million — and spawned three sequels, two crossovers with the “Predator” franchise, and two prequels, 2012’s “Prometheus” and 2017’s “Alien: Covenant,” both … Continue reading Ridley Scott set to make another Alien Prequel
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It has been, what seems like a long wait to get any news on the continuation of the Alien series of Prequels. There's been talk of the franchise continuing under new ownership of Disney, announced at Cinema con. Disney’s presentation notably did not include Star Wars: Episode IX, Avatar II and other marquee properties, though the studio did … Continue reading It must evolve, Ridley talks about the future of the Alien Franchise
This information was sourced from a Paleofuture article. Petersen Automotive Museum has recently opened up an exhibit called "Hollywood Dream Machines: Vehicles of Science Fiction and Fantasy." It features vehicles from films like Back To The Future, Jurrasic Park, Death Race 2000, Prometheus, and Blade Runner. The vehicles range from full sized to small production … Continue reading Dystopian Vehicle Exhibit At Petersen Automotive Museum