Noomi Rapace believed Elizabeth Shaw might have turned to the dark side14,031 Views36 RepliesAdd A Reply
In the an undated press interview, a blond Noomi Rapace expresses her own theory on how the character of Elizabeth Shaw might have evolved in a sequel to Prometheus.
I (Existenzable / original account) was apparently kicked off this site after " cabin flutist yacob Wagner " made a snotty homoerotic remark that I should calm my interest in the Covenant mysteries by blowing a flute, to which I replied I'm only proficient at playing what Tom Robbins called the hairy harmonica.
I could no longer log in as Existenzable after that. Any explanations, Chris, Big Dave, anyone? You have a guy on here using the word "homo" and you eject a fan for a wayyyy too nice reply to a gay-related insult?
Look it up. Existenzable. Also, doesn't everyone on here take Alien seriously?
Some are more equal than others. Always. But if you can drop me over NOTHING, you can drop this person using the horrific word "homo." You was wrong, Big D, you was so wrong!
No gay insults.......my heterosexual joke got me canned. " Tdby " is no better than I am, sports.
I have been away from here for a few days and i never came across your post before Existenzable and so i had nothing to do with any accounts being banned/blocked. I would also see little need for it via your comment.
Chris is the best one to speak to on this matter, and i tend to ignore the Homophobic Remarks by others instead of providing Bait for any Trolling but i can assure you the person is Question is walking a Thin Line.
And i am sure if they keep up with any comments that are deemed Homophobic or take them to a lower level then they would be dealt with swiftly.
So i welcome you aboard and i would advice to ignore such insults in future and just report them to the Team/Mods ;)
R.I.P Sox 01/01/2006 - 11/10/2017
As far as Shaw not being in the movie, it appeared FOX had felt the story of David + Shaw finding some remains of Engineers Civilization and wanting her answers was something they felt Fans in General was not pleased with.
And Fans wanted a more Alien Movie and so they did a U-Turn, and demoted her Role to a Prologue and short Hologram Scene.
The Rock Comment... ha ha yeah maybe he is a Budget Action Hero, and he is very versatile and i would love to see him play a more Serious Role.... Yes he will not be winning many Oscars but then that does not stop some Action Stars from being great and a big draw... i mean Arnold is a pretty poor Actor in General but it depends on what role he is given, some of his older Roles he played very well.
He is used like Dwayne Johnson a lot in some other more Family Flicks.. where Arnie's Acting is pretty lame.
Mind you i am not 100% sure on Dwayne as well i wont mention DOOM... oh just did lol
I think he could play a Marine if they bring them back into the Franchise though, and i would like to see him take on a more serious role.
But the Big Draw for the Franchise would be Miss Weaver, and i think FOX would consider bringing Ripley Back... which i am not happy with as i overall dont rate Miss Weaver, she has a few good roles but in general she is not Great but then its often not just about being a Great Actor/Actress to Sell Tickets.
R.I.P Sox 01/01/2006 - 11/10/2017
Existenzable6 I just looked at your other profile and you don't seem to be banned. Have you maybe forgot your log in info? Everything you said in that lengthy post is so true! Covenant is a massive disappointment; the writers had no interest in making any sense at all. There is no conflict because the characters are so dumb that they never know what's going on around them at any given point of the story; no suspense or mystery (or at least no good ones); characters are either dimwits or larger than life archetypes conceived by dimwit writers. You never get any explanation as of why David cries among many other things because new elements are constantly introduced in the plot, but the script refuses to follow up on them. This is probably the result of the many re-writes and the excessive number of people involved in them. It doesn't look like a collaborative effort; I don't see how this could possibly be the result of two or more individuals exchanging ideas in real time: it looks more like people vetoing each others ideas while apart, ignorant of what the previous writer had in mind. Take the example of "The Mummy", which coincidentally has Prometheus' Jon Spaiths among its many authors.
17 here and I would never use the word "homo" as an insult, since it literally means man or human, plus I do find it quite offensive as one of my close friends is gay, but I get it lol, anyway back to the topic, I don't see how or why Shaw would "turn to the dark side", maybe David convinced her that humans and engineers are evil species that have to be terminated. "It must have felt like your God abandoned you"
This reminds me, what ever happen to inquisitor fifield or whatever his user name was lol