The 2012 summer movie line-up is shaping up to be one of the best in years. The potential blockbuster train features big name movie after big name movie. Standing tall among The Avengers, Spider-Man, and Batman is Ridley Scott’s latest Alien-prequel-that’s-not-an-Alien-prequel creation, Prometheus. The teaser content that’s hit the grid has been incredibly promising, and this latest offering is no different.
Even if it is dubbed in Russian.
Speaking of dubbing, after the atrociously-awesome dubs of the Kung Fu Theater movies, perhaps you’d expect the Russian version to use subtitles. To that, however, our comrades said “nyet,” and the result is still pretty great. As pointed out by Twitch (via Topless Robot), there’s some new material in the Russian trailer, which only helps amp up the excitement level surrounding this movie.
In case you haven’t seen it, here’s the teaser poster, which is pretty damn cool in its own right:
Recently, there was some chatter about the movie’s rating, to which Scott said, ‘Essentially, it’s kinda R,” which doesn’t mean a PG-13 rating is out of the question. With that in mind, those of you anticipating a “Director’s Cut” edition release when the DVD drops, you might be disappointed: