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    The Xenomorph is on its last legs following its reinvention in Alien: Covenant, if new comments made by the film’s director Ridley Scott are anything to go by. During an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Scott reiterated that his initial assertions that “the beast was cooked” are in fact true as the Xenomorph’s pressense was obviously not enough to secure a more profitable box office take for the Prometheus sequel.

    But I think the beast has almost run out, personally. You’ve got to come in with something else. You’ve got to replace that. And so I was right, I was ahead of the game.

    The Alien: Covenant sequel (potentially titled Alien: Awakening) is supposed to bring back the Humanoid alien Engineers as they discover the horrors David unleashed on Paradise. It will also focus more heavily on David and his hijacked Weyland-Yutani colony ship. The inclusion of the Xenomorph seems to be the least of Scott’s worries and in all honesty, we’re not complaining.

    Source: THR

    If you’re a fan of Alien / Prometheus and would like to discuss Alien: Covenant and its upcoming sequel with other like-minded fans, be sure to join in our Alien: Covenant forum! Ranked the #1 Prometheus forum back in 2012 and reigning as the web’s top Alien: Covenant fan site, it’s a great place to discuss the upcoming Prometheus sequels, dissect details from every trailer and engage with other fans just like you.Written by ChrisPublished on 2017-11-04 14:35:32

    About Alien: Covenant 2 / Alien Awakening

    The state of the Alien: Covenant sequel continues to remain uncertain. Ridley Scott has mentioned previously that they have a story already in place and know exactly where the sequel to Covenant will go, however the recent acquisition of 20th Century Fox film properties by Disney have potentially put the rumored-to-be-titled Alien: Awakening on hold for the time being. As new details arise concerning Alien: Covenant 2 we will be your premiere source and you can find information on the Covenant sequel by visiting the About Alien: Awakening page here.

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    This Alien Day, we look at why Ridley Scott should finish the Alien prequel trilogy and wrap up the ambitious saga of the android David.BY PADRAIG COTTERPUBLISHED APR 26, 2018

    David in Alien Covenant and the Deacon in Prometheus

    We need that third Alien prequel. Ridley Scott’s Alien-turned-Prometheus movies have proven divisive among fans and critics, but the visionary director should be allowed to wrap up the ambiguous saga of David 8.

    Movie fans the world over were undeniably excited when it was first announced Ridley Scott was returning to the Alien franchise for a prequel. The director had been away from both the Alien series and the sci-fi genre for over 3 decades, and the proposed prequel would finally give him the chance to explore the backstory of the Space Jockey from the original. The original script was dubbed Alien: Engineers and followed a team of scientists exploring a planet that holds the key to the origins of humanity.

    Related: Alien: Covenant’s Original Opening Resolved Prometheus’ Ending Properly

    Engineers was straight up Alien movie, featuring the origins of eggs, facehuggers and new variations on the classic Xenomorph, but during development, things started to shift. Damon Lindelof (Lost) was brought on to rewrite Jon Spaiht’s script and shape it into more of a spinoff, removing the classic monsters and focusing instead on the Engineers and their plans for mankind. There was confusion leading up the release of Prometheus about its connections to the series, and while there was a nod to H.R. Giger’s Xenomorph design with the Deacon creature in the final scene, the movie made it clear that while it shared DNA with Alien, it was charting a new course.

    While Prometheus was a sizable hit, there was a critical backlash, focused on the messy screenplay and numerous plotholes, as well as the shift away from classic Alien tropes too. Of course, others loved that it was big budget sci-fi movie asking some pretty interesting questions. The movie also introduced the android David 8, played by Michael Fassbender – a clear favorite. The follow-up, Alien: Covenant, was partly a response to the Prometheus backlash, bringing back the original Xenomorph and imagery, but also making clear David was the new “protagonist” of the series, and the movie ended on a bleak but tantalizing note about the future of the franchise.

    The saga of David has been controversial thus far but his story deserves to be completed, which is why Prometheus 3 needs to happen.

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