Prometheus to Alien: The Evolution (Blu-ray)
Prometheus to Alien-The Evolution-Blu-ray
Directors: Ridley Scott

James Cameron
David Fincher
Jean-Pierre Jeunet

Producers: Ridley Scott
Walter Hill
David Giler


Sigourney Weaver
Michael Biehn
Lance Henriksen
Winona Ryder
Noomi Rapace

Writers: Damon Lindelof
Jon Spaihts
Release date: 9th Oct 2012
8th Oct 2012
Run Time: 696 mins
Format: NTSC/PAL DTS (5.1)
Aspect Ratio: 16.9/2.40:1
Classification: R
Number of discs: 9 Blu-ray
Studio: Twentieth Century Fox
Region: A /


Archaeological digs in Africa revealed alien artifacts that humans were genetically engineered by a advanced alien race (space jockeys). These "Alien Gods" also terraformed Earth in order to make it habitable for human. Amongst finds at the digs were coordinates found in artifacts that showed the route to the Alien God's home-world.

Following finding the coordinates, months later Weyland Corporation launched the spaceship USCSS Prometheus and it's crew, into deep space to speak with them. Due to faster than light travel only a few years later USCSS Prometheus entered the Zeta 2 Riticuli star system and LV223. There they found Alien Temples aligned in rows, inside they found what they were searching for, a living Space Jockey.

By Weyland's wish the surviving crew set off for the Derelict and Space Jockey. They find that the Space Jockey is hostile killing them and leaving only one surviving crew member who must escape and notify the crew aboard Prometheus.

Prometheus to Alien: The EvolutionEdit

Including all four Alien films and Prometheus all on nine Blu-ray discs.


• Prometheus (3D active and 2D)
• Blu-ray bonus Prometheus
• Alien: film version (1979) / Director's Cut (2003)
• Aliens: film version (1986) / long version (1991)
•Alien 3: film version (1992) / long version work completely restored (2003)
• Alien - Resurrection: film version (1997) / long version intro with JP Jeunet (2003)
• Blu-ray bonus original Alien saga
• New HD master on the two existing versions of each film in the Alien saga original (film and extended)

•Weyland Corporation T-Shirt
•Art of Prometheus exclusive book extract
• Art cards
• Poster

Disc 1 (Prometheus 3D)Edit

The active 3D movie

Disc 2 (Prometheus 2D) (150 'bonus)Edit

On the record:
Deleted Scenes or alternative (15 ')
Audio commentary by director (120 ')
The private records of Peter Weyland, four viral videos (18 '):
The offer of Elizabeth Shaw
Happy Birthday David
Prometheus Transmission (extended version)
Weyland conference in 2023 (long version)
Beyond the disk: Second Screen App: App iPad Control Blu-ray remote which gives access to archives of Peter Weyland (60 '):

First and last jet the script (text)
Sketches of Ridley Scott (photo gallery)
The Art of Prometheus (photo gallery)
Pre-visualization (30 ')
Tests of Noomi Rapace (15 ')
The costume design (photo gallery )
Attempts to "look" of the cast (10 ')

Charts panel video
Photographs of the team
Video of the private pilot and Post-Production release:
Marketing Gallery

Disc 3 (Bonus complementary Prometheus)Edit

The Gods angry: how to make the Prometheus of Ridley Scott, 9 videos (120 '):
The conquest of Paradise (scenario)
In reverse engineering (construction & design)
The human manifest (characters & costumes)
A nest of demons (of creatures design)
A world without green spaces (Pinewood Studios)
Gains of chance (stunts & action)
The beginning and end (Iceland)
The sky on fire (visual effects)
Prometheus without limits (post-production and theatrical release)
Units of improvement (30 '):
The archives of Peter Weyland ( 60 ')

Disc 4 (Alien)Edit

Audio commentary by Ridley Scott, Dan O'Bannon, Ronald Shusett (prod. exec.), Terry Rawlings (assembly), Sigourney Weaver, Tom Skerritt, Veronica Cartwright, Harry Dean Stanton and John Hurt
Audio commentary by Ridley Scott (on theatrical version only)
Track isolated from the film score composed by Jerry Goldsmith final
track isolated from the original film music composed by Jerry Goldsmith
Deleted scenes and extended
Interactive experience with the computer MU-TH-UR

Disc 5 (Aliens)Edit

Audio commentary by James Cameron, Gale Anne Hurd (prod.), Stan Winston (FX), Robert Skotak (FX), Dennis Skotak (FX), Pat McClung (models), Michael Biehn, Bill Paxton, Lance Henriksen, Jenette Goldstein, Carrie Henn and Christopher Henn
Track isolated from the film score composed by James Horner final
Track isolated from the film score composed by James Horner Original
Deleted scenes and extended
Interactive experience with the computer MU-TH-UR

Disc 6 (Alien3)Edit

Audio commentary by Alex Thomson (Chief Op.), Terry Rawlings (assembly), Alec Gillis (FX), Tom Woodruff Jr. (FX), Richard Edlund (FX), Paul McGann and Lance Henriksen
Track isolated from the film score composed by Elliot Goldenthal final
Cut scenes and extensive
Experience with interactive computer MU-TH-UR

Disc 7 (Alien - The Resurrection)Edit

Audio commentary by Jean-Pierre Jeunet, Herve Schneid (assembly), Alec Gillis (FX), Tom Woodruff Jr. (FX), Pitof (FX), Sylvain Despretz (FX), Ron Perlman, Dominique Pinon and Leland Orser
Track isolated from the film score composed by John Frizzell final
Deleted scenes and extended
Interactive experience with the computer MU-TH-UR

Disc 8 (Making the anthology)Edit

"The Beast is inside": the making of Alien
"A Superior Firepower ": the making of the Aliens
"Wreck and rage": the making of Alien 3
"One more step toward the beyond": the making of Alien: Resurrection

Disc 9 (Archives anthology)Edit

"The experience of terror"
"The archives of Laserdic Collector"
"Alien Legacy"
"American Film: Ridley Scott questions / answers"
Trailers and TV spots


"Alien 3: report on the first images"
"The Making of Alien 3": report
Trailers and TV spots

"HBO First Look: The Making of Alien, the Resurrection"
"Alien Resurrection" documentary promo
Trailers and TV Spots

Two versions of "Alien Evolution"
"The Alien saga"
Gallery of logos and insignia
"Aliens 3D attraction" photos and script
"Aliens in the Basement": the collection of Bob Burns
Gallery Dark Horse blankets
Interactive experience with the computer MU-TH-UR


Also available in 8 discs Blu-ray, lacking Prometheus in 3D and released 10th Dec 2012.

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