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Ridley Scott's "Prometheus" is one of the summer's most anticipated pies. But don't call it an "Alien" prequel, scribe-producer Damon Lindelof insisted at Monday's at Variety's Entertainment and Technology Summit.
"My definition of a prequel is A to Y, with the original being the Z," he said. "The problem with a prequel is there is an inevitability to them. You know how it's going to end. There's not really a lot of room for innovation."
During his morning keynote conversation with Variety film editor Josh L. Dickey at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Marina del Rey, the co-creator of "Lost" spoke at length about his embrace of social media and his track record of using viral vids to connect with fans.
Lindelof began posting …