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New Leaked Alien: Covenant Set Photos!

We have some brand new leaked Alien: Covenant set photos! A mysterious person appeared in the night, sharing a link on the Alien vs. Predator Galaxy forums to an Imgur album with what appears to be several brand new set photos from Alien: Covenant.

There are five images in total, all showing aspects of the film that we have seen previously. First up we have the instantly recognizable Pilot’s Chair sat within a warehouse. We have seen this prop in the earlier set photos posted by So Is It Any Good? and once again in the behind-the-scenes still that Fox shared on Sir Ridley Scott’s birthday.

[Image removed at request of 20th Century Fox]

The next image appears to be of  some sort of vehicle in what we understand to have been referred to as the “terraforming bay”, where the Covenant crew kept its heavy machinery.

[Image removed at request of 20th Century Fox]

 

Here we have two images of the massacre scene that the Daily Mail shared pictures of back in May. We have a long shot from down the stairs and then a closer look at all the calcified/burned Engineer bodies piled at the doors at the top. If you look closely you can see what appears to be female Engineers among the corpses.

[Image removed at request of 20th Century Fox]

 

And finally, the Imgur album contains a photo of one of the failed experiments that David has displayed in his temple on Paradise, something which we have previously seen from So Is It Any Good?

[Image removed at request of 20th Century Fox]

 

So what do you think? Please let us know in the comments section down below!

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  1. windebieste
    I'm happy with giant monkeys.  Actually, bring it on!!!

    (Having no tail, King Kong is an ape - not a monkey.  Mind you, how awesome would a giant monkey the size of King Kong be?  That prehensile tail!  Godzilla better look out. lol.)

    -Windebieste.
  2. fiveways
    I think it looks quite like the Prometheus rovers too.

    Looks more like something from Blade Runner to me.

    Now I remember why it reminds me of Blade Runner. That truck is a very close match to one of Ridley Scott's, Moebius-like-drawings he did for Blade Runner. It looks like the Covenant truck may also have tank tracks (since there's no tires) although I don't see any tracks in the picture.

    http://66.media.tumblr.com/7e714c588d237d94c46eca73ff17e680/tumblr_meu5hkUdLT1qzzsdjo1_1280.jpg

    I sometimes wanna live in the world where Scott drew comics instead of making films.  Yes, I'd lose blade runner and Alien.  Might gain something even cooler. 

    As much as I like Alien, I LOVE 70's scifi comics.  Moebius, Jodorowsky, all that weird shit humanoids puts out.  My winter project is reading the lot of heavy metal i bought off Kijiji.  Every issue from the first till the end of 1985.
  3. The Eighth Passenger
    I think it looks quite like the Prometheus rovers too.

    Looks more like something from Blade Runner to me.

    Now I remember why it reminds me of Blade Runner. That truck is a very close match to one of Ridley Scott's, Moebius-like-drawings he did for Blade Runner. It looks like the Covenant truck may also have tank tracks (since there's no tires) although I don't see any tracks in the picture.

    http://66.media.tumblr.com/7e714c588d237d94c46eca73ff17e680/tumblr_meu5hkUdLT1qzzsdjo1_1280.jpg
  4. nanison
    I watch films mostly without knowing anything of the plot which means not even looking at a trailer or just once.
    I only get hyper excited for films involving the alien, predator , King Kong, Godzilla and dinosaurs. I'm such a monster nerd lol.
  5. BishopShouldGo
    Yea and an asteroid might hit us tomorrow right? You're too much doom and gloom.
    Tell that to people like Lynch who can't get movies made because the budgets he works in aren't worth the risk any more. This isn't me being pessimistic, this is the state of the industry. It's well documented.

    And REALLY! What the f**k does an asteroid have to do with stealing? I notice that people who STEAL movies always go out of their way to justify why it's okay.
  6. SiL
    Would be nice if they learned from The Force Awakens marketing and realised you don't need to give away the plot in the trailer for people to be interested.
  7. whiterabbit
    Yea it kind of sucks but I just cannot resist clicking those juicy links. Curse you guys. :P

    Although fox does benefit form the fevered pitch free viral marketing you all do for them. So it's a double edged sword. Still we rarely ever get that special surprise that was seeing a movie not knowing what was going to happen. Then again Alien: Covenant is sequelitis or in this case prequelities. We really did ruin ourselves with the internet.

    Prometheus had a kick ass trailer but it also gave most of the movie away. I hope they at least try to restrain themselves this time.
  8. oduodu
    Well I had hoped they learnt from Prometheus the whole movie was basically figured out before it screened and I think they don't want that this time around . I mean to say that I think they want to prevent it from happening this time around. Who knows.
  9. Corporal Hicks
    At the end of the day, anything that comes out that isn't via Fox isn't something they want out there. They do like to orchestrate their own plans for releasing this information into the wild. More often than not they end up giving it away themselves but that's their own prerogative.
  10. oduodu
    It probably boils down to figuring out too much about the movie prior to release. And people figuring out so much that the whole movie and its plot is explained and the whole theatre  experience is a letdown. So if they don't remain firm and take action that's probably what will happen.
  11. whiterabbit
    How'd this turn into a discussion about movie piracy?  ???

    It all began with Fox's request to remove the leaked photos.
    Honestly I don't know but I think I'm supposed to say "censorship is wrong, dude". :P

    Also I'm starting to think that Sil doesn't even care about piracy but more so that Lynch can't get work... however that happens to a lot of people. There's several youtube channels dedicated to that type of situation.
  12. whiterabbit
    Pirating does take a bite but I honestly don't think it is the problem that it once was. I don't know all that many people who pirate movies anymore. I mean sure, broke college kids do and lots of people do but once they get out in the real world it's easier to appreciate the work done to make a movie. Also there's so many streaming services now. It's just so easy to buy an entire tv series for 30 bucks now days. The industry took too long to offer streaming movies and hell are the reason for pirating. No, I don't support that 2 weeks out movie thing being discussed in the other thread.

    Still we don't get refunds for wasting money on a shitty movie... and most studios pay next to nothing in taxes.

    Yes, they've already been paid. They might not get paid again. That's the issue.
    Yea and an asteroid might hit us tomorrow right? You're too much doom and gloom. This reminds me of the horror Hollywood have over video tape recorders and how that would be the end of movies. Honestly, nothing happened, theaters are still popular and an entire new economy of home movies was spawned. You really need to relax a bit.

    What the f**k was this thread about again? Also, there really should be a date on the thread, every time I see it I'm thinking we're going to get new pics... of which none of us are paying for... double standard much. I mean if some one leaks footage are we not going to show it? Oh but that's alright? haha just piling it on since I have nothing better to do tonight.
  13. SiL
    I mean we're talking about how people are paid and a bomb doesn't mean they don't get paid unless I'm missing something here.
    ... no, we're talking about how pirating movies affects bottom line which affects future business prospects for filmmakers. We're not talking about sequels or craft services.

    Yes, they've already been paid. They might not get paid again. That's the issue.
  14. whiterabbit
    Crappy movies may kill off sequels, so yea, jobs for a particular franchise but that's life. However the demand for more movies is still there and there will be work to be had on other movies. Still when was the last time we blamed so and so from accounting or make up for a bad movie?

    Most people who work on a movie get a prevailing wage for time invested. None of them see any cut from the profit stream. Nor is there a guarantee that the same people will even work on a sequel movie. Even less people are needed for re-release/director cut/etc products. Most of that profit still goes to production companies that dish it out to share holders. I mean we're talking about how people are paid and a bomb doesn't mean they don't get paid unless I'm missing something here.
  15. SiL
    What are you talking about? You agree if a movie bombs that the people on the poster take the blame - which hurts future employment opportunities - then say 'but whatever, unions'.

    Unions don't guarantee work. They are equally irrelevant to the discussion.
  16. whiterabbit
    Still, rarely does the content creators get blamed for a movies bombing. That generally lies at the feat of the Director/Producer/Studio.
    ... those are the content creators. Director's movie bombs? Might get another chance, but if their movies don't earn money they don't get projects.

    Shit, the bar for how much money they need to make is constantly getting raised, too. David Lynch can't get a film off the ground because 20-80 million dollar budgets are barely with the risk for studios any more.
    Yea but there blame is heavily shared where as the big names on the posters are the ones that take the lions share of the blame. Which makes sense, since they also take the glory when the movie is successful. Of course things could be done differently in your neck of the woods. Here all the professional trades from concept art to set construction to water-person are mostly union so whether a movie bombs or not is not at issue. That and most of the back work and even the cgi is rarely to blame for a movie sucking. It's the execution that usually causes it.

    However with cgi so heavily incorporated it shouldn't be surprising how movie budgets have grown astronomically large. It's a collegiate (very high skill) profession that takes thousands of people in some cases.
  17. CainsSon
    Leaked picture of “terraforming bay”, where the Covenant crew kept its heavy machinery, reminds me of this:

    http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-vDFoJEL2s54/Ue-l_SzUi1I/AAAAAAAAILw/fVeZR_B5SOo/s1600/clawroomabove.jpg

    http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-tisZVBuYfhQ/T-R9Ds59qtI/AAAAAAAACIA/55Jc4V40k3Y/s1600/Alien2.jpg

    Me too. Everyone was saying Aliens. But for me, it was only that rover that looked Aliens-like to me. The set itself reminded me of the guts of the Nostromo. Very plush but shiny, greasy and damp.
  18. SiL
    Check the bargain bin at walmart.
    Don't have those here. The only DVDs that still have them are the old ones. New DVDs/Blu barely even have trailers, let alone unskippable ones.

    Quote
    Still, rarely does the content creators get blamed for a movies bombing. That generally lies at the feat of the Director/Producer/Studio.
    ... those are the content creators. Director's movie bombs? Might get another chance, but if their movies don't earn money they don't get projects.

    Shit, the bar for how much money they need to make is constantly getting raised, too. David Lynch can't get a film off the ground because 20-80 million dollar budgets are barely with the risk for studios any more.
  19. whiterabbit
      the amount of hate I have towards the entertainment industry for creating unskippable trailers/commercials... is still damn strong till this day. So much so that although I buy movies I rarely ever open the damn things out of a primal fear of unskippable trailers.
    I haven't seen an unskippable trailer in many years.
    Check the bargain bin at walmart. Which are merely repackaged dvds that didn't sell when it was a trend. However I've seen a few blurays that do it, however I think the players content protection actually causes a lot of those errors if it can't log on line to check the cert.

    Quote
    Everyone else got paid according to their contract, even the Producers and Directors, what they earn through the rights are just candies that drop every year  :D
    .
    Except if the film doesn't return enough money those people who made it are deemed failures and don't get further work. Whether the filmmakers get their royalties isn't the issue.
    That's why most creative artiest have unions. Still, rarely does the content creators get blamed for a movies bombing. That generally lies at the feat of the Director/Producer/Studio. However considering most are either salaried or independent contractors... they're paid up front and a movies success general only means how much extra revenue is available for investment after the big wigs line their pockets. Movies are over priced and it has nothing to do with small kine borrowing. :P

    Still f**k, movies are dirt cheap today. I mean netflix is piss poor cheap compared to the old way to watch movies at home.
  20. SiL
      the amount of hate I have towards the entertainment industry for creating unskippable trailers/commercials... is still damn strong till this day. So much so that although I buy movies I rarely ever open the damn things out of a primal fear of unskippable trailers.
    I haven't seen an unskippable trailer in many years.

    Quote
    Everyone else got paid according to their contract, even the Producers and Directors, what they earn through the rights are just candies that drop every year  :D
    .
    Except if the film doesn't return enough money those people who made it are deemed failures and don't get further work. Whether the filmmakers get their royalties isn't the issue.
  21. The Alien Predator
    Leaked picture of “terraforming bay”, where the Covenant crew kept its heavy machinery, reminds me of this:

    http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-vDFoJEL2s54/Ue-l_SzUi1I/AAAAAAAAILw/fVeZR_B5SOo/s1600/clawroomabove.jpg

    http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-tisZVBuYfhQ/T-R9Ds59qtI/AAAAAAAACIA/55Jc4V40k3Y/s1600/Alien2.jpg

    It does doesn't it, looks great!

    That truck reminds me of those huge mining trucks:

    https://i.ytimg.com/vi/xDKnVin3LYg/maxresdefault.jpg

    Yep, I'm really loving the angle they are going with this. The grounded sci fi approach in this franchise is some of the best things of this franchise for me.
  22. Ingwar
    Leaked picture of “terraforming bay”, where the Covenant crew kept its heavy machinery, reminds me of this:

    http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-vDFoJEL2s54/Ue-l_SzUi1I/AAAAAAAAILw/fVeZR_B5SOo/s1600/clawroomabove.jpg

    http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-tisZVBuYfhQ/T-R9Ds59qtI/AAAAAAAACIA/55Jc4V40k3Y/s1600/Alien2.jpg

    It does doesn't it, looks great!

    That truck reminds me of those huge mining trucks:

    https://i.ytimg.com/vi/xDKnVin3LYg/maxresdefault.jpg

    Yeah. You can feel Alien retro vibe (battered and ominous). Old-school comparing to what we have in Prometheus. Gonna watch Alien tonight :)
  23. The Eighth Passenger
    Leaked picture of “terraforming bay”, where the Covenant crew kept its heavy machinery, reminds me of this:

    http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-vDFoJEL2s54/Ue-l_SzUi1I/AAAAAAAAILw/fVeZR_B5SOo/s1600/clawroomabove.jpg

    http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-tisZVBuYfhQ/T-R9Ds59qtI/AAAAAAAACIA/55Jc4V40k3Y/s1600/Alien2.jpg

    It does doesn't it, looks great!

    That truck reminds me of those huge mining trucks:

    https://i.ytimg.com/vi/xDKnVin3LYg/maxresdefault.jpg
  24. The Alien Predator
    If you copy the movie (video game) and watch it without payment, the owner of that movie receives no income for their effort.

    Considering that (In Hollywood at least) it is the Insurance Broker, it's not like giving them money make you a saint especially when that guy loves to speculates on copyrights.
    Just like paying a bank ::) kind of a paradox.

    Everyone else got paid according to their contract, even the Producers and Directors, what they earn through the rights are just candies that drop every year  :D
    (Of course some director/producer prefer a lower salary and more % on the rights, this has to be discussed when creating each contract).

    True, it all depends on the contract as well. I remember my friend telling me how he knew someone who wrote novels, and she went through two choices when discussing her contract.

    On one choice, she could get paid a lot of money in one go for her novel to be published, and then leave it at that.

    Or, she could get paid really low and then gradually gain income as each book is sold. I guess it's the second one where her income would suffer a heavy blow due to piracy of a novel not in the first one where she would've been paid anyway (around £4,000 if I remember correctly.)

    I have no experience with this stuff, it's just what I heard him tell me about what she told him. Movie contracts may be different compared to novel contracts as well but he told me actors have these choices too. What you said just reminded me of that example so I thought I'd share what I heard.

    Maybe an actual author on here might know more from personal experience.
  25. Le Celticant
    If you copy the movie (video game) and watch it without payment, the owner of that movie receives no income for their effort.

    Considering that (In Hollywood at least) it is the Insurance Broker, it's not like giving them money make you a saint especially when that guy loves to speculates on copyrights.
    Just like paying a bank ::) kind of a paradox.

    Everyone else got paid according to their contract, even the Producers and Directors, what they earn through the rights are just candies that drop every year  :D
    (Of course some director/producer prefer a lower salary and more % on the rights, this has to be discussed when creating each contract).
  26. The Alien Predator
    If you copy the movie (video game) and watch it without payment, the owner of that movie receives no income for their effort.

    You can turn the situation around very easily and see it from a different perspective. 

    Go make your own movie.  Just think of how much is owed to you when someone says "Yeah. I downloaded it without paying."  When you've made the effort and expect to be paid for it, you'll understand a lot more when it's your own pocket that isn't being rewarded.

    Then go multiply that amount by 1000... or more.   See how much you're really missing out because other people think you stuff is 'free', when it isn't.

    Everybody likes to be paid for their effort.  Movie makers are no different.

    Hope that helps.

    -Windebieste.
    Shit, least of all, even if you buy the dvd/bluray you don't actually own the physical copy of the movie. All you pay for is a license to play the content that's on the disc. Which can be revoked. Still the amount of hate I have towards the entertainment industry for creating unskippable trailers/commercials... is still damn strong till this day. So much so that although I buy movies I rarely ever open the damn things out of a primal fear of unskippable trailers.

    Can't you just fast-forward or click the skip button? I've never had this problem because I combine the two methods.

    I always click "skip" first and if it can't skip then I try the fast-forward button and that one usually works. Most of the stuff that can't be skipped (like the copyright wall of text etc) don't even last that long.

    Maybe things are run differently where you're at. I mainly watch DVDs on my laptop or PS3.
    There was a time, late 90's to mid 2000's where many dvd's you bought from the store had no way to skip or FF to the main menu without watching the trailers and ads. It's one thing with a rental but there is no f**king way I'm sitting through all of that to watch a movie I paid for. You can still find those types of discs in bargain bin dvd piles. Actually just recently we wanted to watch oblivion, a movie from 2013 and it had that damn unskippable bullshit. Thought it was the player, tried another, well you get the point, it was a head ache and 30 minutes later it became obvious what was going on.

    Another thing I hate is that other countries get the f**king movie before I can. Globalization my ass... :P

    btw: talk about going off-topic...

    Damn, I didn't even know that happened with DVDs. I thought it was a VHS thing where you had to fast forward through all them ads.

    But yeah, back on topic.  :P
  27. whiterabbit
    If you copy the movie (video game) and watch it without payment, the owner of that movie receives no income for their effort.

    You can turn the situation around very easily and see it from a different perspective. 

    Go make your own movie.  Just think of how much is owed to you when someone says "Yeah. I downloaded it without paying."  When you've made the effort and expect to be paid for it, you'll understand a lot more when it's your own pocket that isn't being rewarded.

    Then go multiply that amount by 1000... or more.   See how much you're really missing out because other people think you stuff is 'free', when it isn't.

    Everybody likes to be paid for their effort.  Movie makers are no different.

    Hope that helps.

    -Windebieste.
    Shit, least of all, even if you buy the dvd/bluray you don't actually own the physical copy of the movie. All you pay for is a license to play the content that's on the disc. Which can be revoked. Still the amount of hate I have towards the entertainment industry for creating unskippable trailers/commercials... is still damn strong till this day. So much so that although I buy movies I rarely ever open the damn things out of a primal fear of unskippable trailers.

    Can't you just fast-forward or click the skip button? I've never had this problem because I combine the two methods.

    I always click "skip" first and if it can't skip then I try the fast-forward button and that one usually works. Most of the stuff that can't be skipped (like the copyright wall of text etc) don't even last that long.

    Maybe things are run differently where you're at. I mainly watch DVDs on my laptop or PS3.
    There was a time, late 90's to mid 2000's where many dvd's you bought from the store had no way to skip or FF to the main menu without watching the trailers and ads. It's one thing with a rental but there is no f**king way I'm sitting through all of that to watch a movie I paid for. You can still find those types of discs in bargain bin dvd piles. Actually just recently we wanted to watch oblivion, a movie from 2013 and it had that damn unskippable bullshit. Thought it was the player, tried another, well you get the point, it was a head ache and 30 minutes later it became obvious what was going on.

    Another thing I hate is that other countries get the f**king movie before I can. Globalization my ass... :P

    btw: talk about going off-topic...
  28. The Alien Predator
    If you copy the movie (video game) and watch it without payment, the owner of that movie receives no income for their effort.

    You can turn the situation around very easily and see it from a different perspective. 

    Go make your own movie.  Just think of how much is owed to you when someone says "Yeah. I downloaded it without paying."  When you've made the effort and expect to be paid for it, you'll understand a lot more when it's your own pocket that isn't being rewarded.

    Then go multiply that amount by 1000... or more.   See how much you're really missing out because other people think you stuff is 'free', when it isn't.

    Everybody likes to be paid for their effort.  Movie makers are no different.

    Hope that helps.

    -Windebieste.
    Shit, least of all, even if you buy the dvd/bluray you don't actually own the physical copy of the movie. All you pay for is a license to play the content that's on the disc. Which can be revoked. Still the amount of hate I have towards the entertainment industry for creating unskippable trailers/commercials... is still damn strong till this day. So much so that although I buy movies I rarely ever open the damn things out of a primal fear of unskippable trailers.

    Can't you just fast-forward or click the skip button? I've never had this problem because I combine the two methods.

    I always click "skip" first and if it can't skip then I try the fast-forward button and that one usually works. Most of the stuff that can't be skipped (like the copyright wall of text etc) don't even last that long.

    Maybe things are run differently where you're at. I mainly watch DVDs on my laptop or PS3.
  29. whiterabbit
    If you copy the movie (video game) and watch it without payment, the owner of that movie receives no income for their effort.

    You can turn the situation around very easily and see it from a different perspective. 

    Go make your own movie.  Just think of how much is owed to you when someone says "Yeah. I downloaded it without paying."  When you've made the effort and expect to be paid for it, you'll understand a lot more when it's your own pocket that isn't being rewarded.

    Then go multiply that amount by 1000... or more.   See how much you're really missing out because other people think you stuff is 'free', when it isn't.

    Everybody likes to be paid for their effort.  Movie makers are no different.

    Hope that helps.

    -Windebieste.
    Shit, least of all, even if you buy the dvd/bluray you don't actually own the physical copy of the movie. All you pay for is a license to play the content that's on the disc. Which can be revoked. Still the amount of hate I have towards the entertainment industry for creating unskippable trailers/commercials... is still damn strong till this day. So much so that although I buy movies I rarely ever open the damn things out of a primal fear of unskippable trailers.
  30. windebieste
    If you copy the movie (video game) and watch it without payment, the owner of that movie receives no income for their effort.

    You can turn the situation around very easily and see it from a different perspective. 

    Go make your own movie.  Just think of how much is owed to you when someone says "Yeah. I downloaded it without paying."  When you've made the effort and expect to be paid for it, you'll understand a lot more when it's your own pocket that isn't being rewarded.

    Then go multiply that amount by 1000... or more.   See how much you're really missing out because other people think you stuff is 'free', when it isn't.

    Everybody likes to be paid for their effort.  Movie makers are no different.

    Hope that helps.

    -Windebieste.
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