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Articles Tagged 'Alien'

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How Ridley Scott Changed ‘Alien: Covenant’ for the Fans

The next installment of the Alien series, Alien: Covenant, is gearing up for release on May 19. We’ve been reporting on what to expect with casting news and on-set photos. But, taking a look back, fans were slightly torn over 2012’s Prometheus, the prequel to 1979’s Alien, at least according to the director himself, Ridley Scott. What […]

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First Look: Meet the Alien in ‘Alien: Covenant’

We’ve gotten to know the major players of Alien Covenant a bit with casting news and a recent group photo, but it wouldn’t quite be an Alien movie without… said alien. A brand new trailer for Ridley Scott‘s sequel to 2012’s Prometheus hits the quota on aliens, revealing unexpected inhabitants in multiple forms. Promised an idyllic […]

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First Look: Concept Art of Newt for the Pending ‘Alien 5’ Movie

Alien 5 may or may not be happening, with plans still up in the air. But writer and director Neill Blomkamp (District 9, Elysium) has released a drawing of what he thinks Newt would look like in his sequel to Aliens if it does indeed move forward. To backtrack, Newt was the young girl (Carrie Henn) saved by Ellen Ripley […]

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The 10 Scariest British Movies Ever

Y’know what’s genuinely frightening? Making a list like this with a definitive title and releasing it onto the internet. That beats any creaking floorboard or sudden chilling scream late in the night by miles. Nevertheless, like a group of teenagers running towards a creepy abandoned shack in the middle of a forest, we’ve just blundered […]

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10 Sci-Fi Franchises Influenced by ‘Doctor Who’

Let’s be fair, all science fiction is drawn from a small pot of ideas, most often based around where science fact (and cultural reality) has got to when the ideas are first minted. And the more science fiction there is, the fewer new ideas there are, and the higher the chances that some of them will […]