how is he breathing the air on Lv223 its high in CO2, and if they could already breath the air why bother Terra forming the planet? good find is this a screen capture or a deleted scene?
They were terraforming for the huuuumans. The big guy has a serious bio-mech assist. Also maybe the unsuited guys like the one at the beginning started the ball rolling on LV223.
@katie1238 This scene was filmed, but It never made it to the final cut or to the bundle of deleted scenes we get with the Blu Ray DVD release. How is he breathing? I think his pressure suit might have something to do with it, also the lifeboat isn't too far from the crashed juggernaut.
I believe these effects (the burns/toes) were added in post production. You can't honestly expect Mr Engineer to walk barefooted on such rough terrain? He has to protect his feet from those gnarly rocks.
This scene would be really cool set to Pink Floyd's "Careful with that axe Eugene', or 'One of These Days': "One of these days, I'm going to cut you into little pieces!"
1. It's only 3% CO2. Humans could live for weeks at those levels (altho they'd get a bit dizzy). 2. There's probably nothing wrong with the air. That's why everyone's wearing fake helmets. 3. Where all the wounds on the SJ's head? I suppose they digital that in later.
How did he know that Shaw not only still alive but not a threat? How did the Engineer even find the Shuttle? Around here they use the GPS system. Maybe the Engineer stole the idea from the invading humans? @javablue I read a few items about the CO2 level. Was it determined it was just a script error or a charactor error?
When she says CO2 is over 3%, I take that to mean that the CO2 is actually over the acceptable levels by 3%. This could clear up the "error".
[quote]How did the Engineer even find the Shuttle?[/quote] Is this a serious question? The shuttle wasn't far from the Juggernault, like, at all.
The engineer realized that somebody got away (Shaw)from the bridge. He was probably really pissed when he deduced that he probably could have prevented the collision with Prometheus if only he had chased down Shaw and stopped her after he knocked her on her butt. He was probably cussing himself out all the way to the lifepod. He was NOT a candidate for the brightest engineer. Let's see, if you wake up after 2000 years of sleeping and fing a bunch of unexpected minature humans standing around you asking lots of questions you could expect that they have a pretty substantial ship that brought them there and if you let one of them get away and be able to contact that ship who knows what that ship could do or if you can get away successfully or not. It was a very very bad tactical mistake for him indeed, not characteristic of a superhuman at all.
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