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New Alien Covenant Clip Shows Mystery Woman in Chamber

In exactly one year’s time, Alien Covenant will finally be released across theatres. To mark the occasion, the official Alien social media channels have posted a new behind-the-scenes clip from the upcoming Alien movie. It shows a mystery woman in a white suit inside of a presumed hypersleep chamber and the image has the tagline “Days to arrival: 365. ‪#‎AlienCovenant‬“.

If it is a stasis chamber, it looks pretty different from what we saw in Prometheus and Alien. I suppose it could be some form of medical pod given the fact she’s wearing garment. The white flashing lights in the pod looks as if she’s being x-rayed.



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  1. Enoch
    Verified info! Finally! ;D :D

    There will be documentary on movie titled 'The Making of Fear'.
    Thats only thing I know at this moment. They plan extensive marketing campaign!

    One of Ridley sons maybe did some viral material for Covenant!
    This is just a strong hint.
  2. Perfect-Organism
    What's interesting about tumbleweed is that they are actually dead but they carry the spores or seeds of the original plant, so in a way they not only become fully mobile plants, but in fact zombie versions thereof.  It is a plant that has long since died but it continues to do its job of carrying its seeds around.
  3. Himmelblau
    Nice.  Looking forward to seeing these get released. 

    I guess it was a safe bet NECA landed the licence. 

    As for the trailer and any promos.  Bring it!  Spoil me rotten!!!  lol.

    They've said a few times over the year that they'd be doing it, just nothing else they can really say yet. I'm sure it'll be buried in here somewhere.

    Yep.
    http://www.avpgalaxy.net/forum/index.php?topic=54967.msg2128705#msg2128705
  4. NickisSmart
    Currently, it would appear Scott is adopting a similar strategy for this movie as he did in 1978/79.  No one was allowed on set.  No one knew what the creature looked like.  We saw a slow trickle of content in the form of magazine articles and photos.  Images of the Alien were not released prior to the release of the movie (not to my knowledge, anyway.).

    We did see images of the Nostromo crew and of the ship itself, both interiors and exteriors.  We saw images of the derelict and the Space Jockey.  These were gradually released over time in magazine articles and reviews.  Specialist periodicals such as 'Starlog', 'Fantastic Films' and 'Starburst' were the main source of such content. 

    The amount of secrecy hasn't changed but the real achievement here is how Scott has managed to keep leaks down to almost nothing in an age where the whole World knows what's going on in an instant something gets released.   That level of secrecy is an achievement on its own.

    More or less, though, 'ALIEN: Covenant' is mimicking the promotional strategy of the first movie.  We'll start seeing images of the crew very soon.  Maybe a few spacecraft interiors and exteriors along with them.  The Creatures(s) will come later. That's my theory, anyway.

    -Windebieste.

    I'd say it's a sound one.
  5. windebieste
    Nice.  Looking forward to seeing these get released. 

    I guess it was a safe bet NECA landed the licence. 

    As for the trailer and any promos.  Bring it!  Spoil me rotten!!!  lol.

    -Windebieste.
  6. Mr. Clemens
    Leaks are a thing of the past at this point. Now that they're in post and everything's going on behind closed doors, no one in the production's gonna risk their neck leaking anything. It'll all be official from here on in.

    Suits me! I kind of feel like I've seen too much already...
  7. windebieste
    Currently, it would appear Scott is adopting a similar strategy for this movie as he did in 1978/79.  No one was allowed on set.  No one knew what the creature looked like.  We saw a slow trickle of content in the form of magazine articles and photos.  Images of the Alien were not released prior to the release of the movie (not to my knowledge, anyway.).

    We did see images of the Nostromo crew and of the ship itself, both interiors and exteriors.  We saw images of the derelict and the Space Jockey.  These were gradually released over time in magazine articles and reviews.  Specialist periodicals such as 'Starlog', 'Fantastic Films' and 'Starburst' were the main source of such content. 

    The amount of secrecy hasn't changed but the real achievement here is how Scott has managed to keep leaks down to almost nothing in an age where the whole World knows what's going on in an instant something gets released.   That level of secrecy is an achievement on its own.

    More or less, though, 'ALIEN: Covenant' is mimicking the promotional strategy of the first movie.  We'll start seeing images of the crew very soon.  Maybe a few spacecraft interiors and exteriors along with them.  The Creatures(s) will come later. That's my theory, anyway.

    -Windebieste.
  8. NickisSmart
    Maybe they want to hold their cards close to their chest. But even Alien had promo material back in the day. Not sure if they ever mentioned the creature though, prior to the movie's release. Here, though, it's not much of a surprise, unless Scott tweaks or fiddles with the traditional alien forms. It wasn't a surprise in Aliens, either, with the exception of the queen. I'm feeling a similar feeling here. I know what's coming but it's going to be bigger. Shotguns, aliens (plural), dark-and-unrelenting. Express elevator to hell, goin' down (again)!
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