Ridley Scott says he is taking the 'Alien' franchise back to it's terrifying roots in our exclusive 'Alien: Covenant' video.
It's the UK premiere of Ridley Scott's 'Alien: Covenant' tonight, and you can watch Michael Fassbender, Katherine Waterston, Billy Crudup, and more walk the red carpet live here on Yahoo.
A new poster for ‘Alien: Covenant’ gives us another terrifying glimpse at the iconic xenomorph… and it looks as though it’s on the prowl. Clutching her favourite space rifle as she hides from the slathering alien, Daniels (played by Katherine Waterston) is definitely channelling the Ellen Ripley look. Not bad, and it’s clearly intended to remind us that this is an ‘Alien’ movie following the ‘mixed’ critical responses to ‘Prometheus’.
New footage from Alien: Covenant shown by Ridley Scott at CinemaCon in Las Vegas links up the sequel with its predecessor Prometheus.
During an interview with Fandango, Ridley Scott revealed that there’s another ‘Alien’ movie to follow the upcoming ‘Alien: Covenant’. “There will be another one before we kind of literally and logically, clockwise, back into the rear back head of [the original] ‘Alien’,” said Scott as he explained the chronology of all the recent and upcoming ‘Alien’ movies.
Spotted in a set visit piece published in the Sydney Morning Herald (spied by folks ay Alien and Predator fansite AVPGalaxy), Scott revealed that he is plotting his next move this year. “While working on Alien: Covenant, he had the next instalment written so he is ready to keep advancing the saga,” the article reads. “You’ve got to assume to a certain extent success and from that you’d better be ready,” says Scott.
James Franco’s involvement in ‘Alien: Covenant’ has been confirmed courtesy of a brand new cast photo for the hugely anticipated sci-fi horror flick, which you can see below.
Marvel and (to a degree) DC have had a number of lucrative superhero movies hit cinemas over the years. In a recent interview with Digital Spy, the ‘Alien’ director didn’t hold back when it came to expressing his disdain for superhero films and how sees some of his past films have been tackled in comicbook-y way. Scott revealed that he had actually been offered the chance to direct several superhero and comicbook stories but turned them down without hesitation.
James Franco is coming on board “Alien: Covenant,” the sequel to Ridley Scott’s “Prometheus.” He joins Michael Fassbender, Noomi Rapace, and Guy Pearce — who are reprising their roles from “Prometheus” — along with newcomers Katherine Waterston, Demian Bichir, Billy Crudup, and Danny McBride. 20th Century Fox had no comment. Scott is directing from a script... Read more »
The last we saw of Michael Fassbender’s evil android David in ‘Prometheus’, he was a bit on the dismembered side. And in the forthcoming sequel, ‘Alien: Covenant’, he’ll be reprising not only that role – presumably rebuilt in some way – but also the role of another robot called Walter. And while he’s not letting much else slip about the plot, and how Walter will be weaved into the action, he’s explained that they’re very much droids of a different stripe. “I think Walter’s a real different kettle of fish,” he told ComingSoon. ...
While Xenomorphs might be the most iconic extra-terrestrials in the ongoing Alien franchise, they're certainly not the only versions of the terrible creatures we've seen in the movies. Now, Michael Fassbender – who will be reprising his role as synthetic David in the follow-up – has revealed that we'll see a new kind of galactic beast in Ridley Scott's upcoming sequel Alien: Covenant. In Alien: Covenant, said material will reportedly infect several members of the crew by entering the body through the ear and nostrils.
One of the most controversial movies to come out of the Toronto International Film Festival is transgender horror ‘(re)Assignment’ which has been mauled critically. The film is about a male assassin (played by Rodriguez) named Frank Kitchen who, after killing the brother of a talented surgeon known as The Doctor (Weaver), is surgically transformed into a woman after being double-crossed by gangsters. It all sounds a bit absurd and potentially offensive, with the trans community voicing their disappointment in using the life-changing operation as a gimmick for a film.