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Ridley Scott’s ‘Prometheus’ Transforms An Abandoned Paris Metro Station

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An unused train platform is decorated to promote the film Prometheus mimicking the iconic cave where the movie takes place.

Yi Chen
  • 21 may 2012


Ridley Scott’s film, Prometheus, is currently being promoted in an unused Paris metro station. The abandoned Saint-Martin station has been transformed into a cave resembling the one found in the movie. As commuters pass by the platform on the train, they get a glimpse of the artifacts, and the iconic stone head in eerie blue lights.

The station has been used to showcase other marketing campaigns, along with hosting events such as the Nuit Blanche. Watch the video below to see how Saint-Martin station was decorated to promote Prometheus:

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