‘Social Network’ Convinced Ridley Scott to Shoot ‘Prometheus’ on RED

Despite the debates between audiences who took the time to see Prometheus this summer, one thing everyone can agree on is that the film looked absolutely gorgeous and Ridley Scott still knows how to shoot a pretty film, even if the script isn’t all that great. Part of that credit goes to director David Fincher and his film The Social Network. Why? Well, Scott recently revealed that while watching a nighttime sequence that moves from outside on the Harvard campus into a party, he was amazed at how great the film looked with only natural light sources, and that’s when he decided he wanted to shoot on the amazing RED camera. He explains his decision to use the cameras and talks about how it helped him technically. Watch! Here’s the interview RED conducted with Ridley Scott for Prometheus (via The Playlist): A team of explorers find a clue to the origins of …

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