With Prometheus opening this weekend, 20th Century Fox held a massive press junket in London last week where I was able to interview most of the cast and director Ridley Scott. Here’s my print interviews with Charlize Theron, Guy Pearce, Michael Fassbender and Scott if you missed them. For more on the film, here’s four clips and five minutes of behind-the-scenes footage.
In addition to the print interviews, I also spoke to everyone on camera and everyday this week I’ll post a new interview. Yesterday I posted Charlize Theron and Guy Pearce, and today I’ve got Logan Marshall-Green. During the interview he talked about his reaction to seeing the finished film, deleted scenes, the amazing production design by Arthur Max, what it was like to work for Scott, and more. Hit the jump to watch.
Finally, I’m happy to report that Prometheus was great. Unlike most Hollywood movies that get watered down for mainstream acceptance, Prometheus is the type of big budget sci-fi that studios rarely make. I definitely recommend seeing it in a theater. Also, the 3D is fantastic. Here’s today’s interview.
Logan Marshall-Green Time Index
- :13 His reaction to watching the finished film.
- 1:05 Talks about being incorrectly credited as an actor in Band of Brothers on IMDb.
- 1:47 The experience of working in the massive and gorgeous sets.
- 2:46 Does he remember any scenes he shot that didn’t make the final film? Says yes, and they also reshot one of his scenes. Talks about how the reshot scene differs from the original version.
- 3:39 The amount of takes he likes to do.
- 4:28 Says Ridley always engaged the actors in making choices on set instead of barking orders. He allows the actors to find the choices themselves in an organic way, so it brings about a better performance.