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Updated: New Alien: Covenant Stills in Latest Issue of Empire Magazine

Look out for the new Alien: Covenant stills in latest issue of Empire Magazine! Subscribers of Empire Magazine are now receiving the upcoming February 2017 issue of the magazine (due for general release at the end of December).

And there’s a treat in there for all the Alien fans – a page and a half spread covering Alien: Covenant and three new stills!

New Alien: Covenant stills in latest issue of Empire Magazine. New Alien: Covenant Stills in Latest Issue of Empire Magazine

New Alien: Covenant stills in latest issue of Empire Magazine.

 New Alien: Covenant Stills in Latest Issue of Empire Magazine

The first still gives us a glimpse at Ridley Scott directing Katherine Waterston. The second shows us Fassbender as Walter and Carmen Ejogo. The third still is a different view of the cryo-chamber that was seen in Tuesday’s production still.

The pictures accompany a page and a half spread talking about the film. The article primarily talks about the horror and some details about Daniels but also reveals some minor plot details that set the film going. You can read the whole article in our gallery. Thanks to the Gazz for the picture!

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Update #1 – Added some clearer pictures.



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  1. Pvt. Himmel
    Unfortunately,  a lot of magazines have shut down because of the easy access to the Internet.  When I was a lad,  I was always buying gaming or technology magazines.  This was before the days of the Internet.  Now, they cost like £5/£6 each.  It's too much.

    There'll always be a place for magazines.  I used to like reading them in the bath.

    Yep, i remember those... EGM, and such. :)
  2. Darkness
    Unfortunately,  a lot of magazines have shut down because of the easy access to the Internet.  When I was a lad,  I was always buying gaming or technology magazines.  This was before the days of the Internet.  Now, they cost like £5/£6 each.  It's too much.

    There'll always be a place for magazines.  I used to like reading them in the bath. 
  3. juxtapose
    here is south africa the internet comes at a prize. .i pay R150 for a gig. .a rand (R) or zar compared to USD. . About R17 equals 1 usd. .u can do maths. . In my case i have a pay as u go account. . .u can ofcause get a uncapped wired on unwired account. . But installation and monthly fees are not cheap. .. So folks still buy magazines. . .not me the internet is still cheaper, but i wish i stayed in a country were internet cost next to nothing. .
  4. Corporal Hicks
    Someone tagged AlienCovenant in a picture of the new Total Film. Can't see anything on their website about Covvie being inside it though. Will try and swing by Asda or something in a bit to have a gander.
  5. echobbase79

    I used to spoil myself like crazy, but as I've gotten older I've come to realize I was ruining the experiences of going to the movies. It's tempting because you want to join in the conversations, but I know when I go see the movie it will be worth it.
    I feel the same way. I spoiled myself a bit with Prometheus, but not too much, and a lot of the movie didn't feel like a surprise.

    I don't think I spoiled myself with Prometheus except for the trailers. I know there were early reviews of the film that someone posted on this site and they loathed the film. A lot of the members on the site didn't believe him but it ended up being true.
  6. lv_226

    I used to spoil myself like crazy, but as I've gotten older I've come to realize I was ruining the experiences of going to the movies. It's tempting because you want to join in the conversations, but I know when I go see the movie it will be worth it.
    I feel the same way. I spoiled myself a bit with Prometheus, but not too much, and a lot of the movie didn't feel like a surprise.
  7. echobbase79

    I used to spoil myself like crazy, but as I've gotten older I've come to realize I was ruining the experiences of going to the movies. It's tempting because you want to join in the conversations, but I know when I go see the movie it will be worth it.
  8. SuicideDoors
    Noomi confirmed at that Ridley Scott Ceremony thing a bit earlier in the year that she'd worked with him in the summer. But yeah the cat is out of the bag in regards to her short appearance in it.
  9. echobbase79
    She could be making a surprise appearance that the producers want to keep hush-hush. From what others have said, she and Guy Pierce have been spotted on set. That's all I can think of because I'm not looking at any spoilers.
  10. echobbase79

    Oh, well I'll have to decline looking at that. But that is curious that they obviously found a way to bring him back. I hope he's not a clone.

    Well you didn't see the TED talk? You didn't hear about the scene that was cut before shooting where a young Weyland on a jet ski talks to David?

    He's the one character who has multiple ways of reappearing. He's Weyland.

    Oh yeah I did hear about that scene on the writer's commentary. I'm not saying he can't come back, but I just hope they come up with a interesting way of doing it.
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