Swindle01 wrote:At the very start we see an engineer take the black ooz and he died right away and his DNA went into the water...so was that DNA ment to be what we were created from??
why does david take the ooz canister? and then why does he take 1 single drop and give it to shaws boyfriend? i just dont understand what the purpose of that was....i mean if anything how did his body come back to life and he was changed? whats that about? how did he come back to life all super human because the black ooz stuff killed the engineer at the start of the film....so whats the deal here?
By that stage David had a good idea of what it was. One drop was discreet and if anything, he was probably just testing to see what may happen. I doubt he fully expected the consequences.
As for the rest ... zombie ooze.
Then waylens daughter dies...but the bloodline lives on? why did she have to die exactly? kinda seemed pointless
Just because she died, doesn't mean there aren't other Weyland's out there.
Shaw seems to be kinda nice to david near the end and he kinda seems nice to her....even tho he killed her boyfriend + wanted to freeze her with an alien creature inside of her and wanted to take the alien stuff back to earth. So why was she kinda nice to him? he clearly isnt stable and not trust worthy
None of the early model androids were nice. David was executing orders and following Weyland's death, he had no other orders to follow. But again, I doubt he knew what infecting a human would do, seeing the results and dealing with his own burgeoning humanity, he obviously wanted to make sure the ooze never made it to Earth.
The ooz snakes - what the hell were those ment to be exactly? i really dont understand what they were ment to come from. I saw those maggot type things on the floor yet im ASSUMING it was the ozz that turned them into the snake kinda creatures? or was this david again? as all the canisters had been opened....again why
Once the door was opened it was exposed to a different atmosphere which caused the canisters to open. The worms may have been laying dormant and when exposed to oxygen came back to life (this isn't uncommon) and then when exposed to the ooze, mutated.
(Think Bay may have had something to do with this and it's all a set up to the next Turtle's movie?)
The alien mural on the wall in the room with the giant face. I'm confused on this because didnt WE create the alien? isn't that what its meant to be saying from the ending? yet on the wall there's a mural of a xenomorph without any explanation and those other engineers were found with burst chests....again no explanation
Only thing I can think of is it was a mural depicting what the ooze is capable of.
The engineers if you recall, were trying to escape something. Obviously things went bad and there was an outbreak.
Essentially though, we did create the alien as this can lead in to the events of the first Alien movie. Remember, as others have stated, Xenos are defined by the species that are impregnated, what we see here is the beginning of the Xeno/Human species.
she flys off in a ship at the end....what ship does she fly off in? the engineers ship is down and so is her escape pod. so which ship does she fly off in?
ummmm one of the others. That was pretty obvious. I'm sure there was another mound you can see just as they're landing the Prometheus. Plus David even says there's other ships.
the last thing i don't get is that this is ANOTHER planet from the 1 in alien. Yet this doesn't explain how an engineers ship is crashed with loads of pods and an alien queen somewhere on it...well unless this is gonna be explained in the next film
Because you're looking at it as a direct prequel to Alien. When it's not. IF they do a sequel to Prometheus I would imagine that THAT movie would be the prequel to Alien and Prometheus the prequel to that movie.
So it could potentially be a Grand-Prequel to Alien.