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Alien: Covenant 2 Written And Ready To Go!

Alien: Covenant 2 written and ready to go! Yesterday we covered a set report from the Sydney Morning Herald talking about the practical Alien effects. But hidden away at the bottom of that report was a little gem that we missed.

It turns out the next entry in Ridley Scott’s prequel trilogy is already written and Scott is ready to start work on it next year (it’s possible Ridley Scott may mean 2017 as the set visits took place in June 2016), assuming Alien: Covenant is successful:

“While working on Alien: Covenant, he had the next instalment written so he is ready to keep advancing the saga.

“You’ve got to assume to a certain extent success and from that you’d better be ready,” he says. “You don’t want a two-year gap. So I’ll be ready to go again next year.”

When Alien: Covenant hits the big screens in May, there will have been close to a 5 year gap between the release of Prometheus and it’s sequel. It did seem like 20th Century Fox and Ridley Scott were struggling with the direction in which to take Prometheus 2 but it’s looking like Ridley Scott knows what path he is taking going forward.

 Alien: Covenant 2 Written And Ready To Go!

Alien: Covenant 2 written and ready to go for 2018!

In the recent set reports it was mentioned that 20th Century Fox had commissioned a ten page Alien bible to ensure consistency with the new Alien prequels and the then upcoming Alien 3.2.

Something else that the set reports mentioned was the crew had talked about holding back biomechanical elements of the Alien design and building towards that in the later films. Perhaps this shows a little hint towards where the rest of the films may go? Towards the return of H.R Giger’s creature from the first film?

Thanks to Ingwar for picking up on this. Keep a close eye on Alien vs. Predator Galaxy for the latest on Alien: Covenant! You can follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to get the latest on your social media walls. You can also join in with fellow Alien fans on our forums!



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  1. SpeedyMaxx
    I can't see a point in dragging it on in this direction or era either. While Covenant may be a fun movie it seems like the story will be clear-cut and I think doing a continued monster mash with the same creature in the same timeframe just diminishes the alien and the original film.

    Granted, my preferred sequel to Prometheus would've had them leapfrogging the film timeline entirely and having Shaw and David awaken from cryo five hundred years later - making these stories the larger superstructure of the Alien films as opposed to slavish prequels - but that's moot and here we are.
  2. XENOMORPHOSIS
    Hope he genuinely has the plan mapped out and  that he's not making this up as he goes along.  :P



    For that matter, regardless of whether Blomkamp gets to make his sequel or not, there's bound to be a future set Alien sequel which may not center on the Ripley character. Would fans still be on board, or is it likely there feeling burned out by the many growing numbers of Alien Spin off movies ect.
  3. Pvt. Himmel
    If what was said about the ending is true then the
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    would carry over to the next one.... Unless their story ends here and a new one begins. ???

    Covenant is potentially (not practically yet) the first movie of the trilogy so somebody has to carry the torch. In my opinion an ultimate antagonist it's going to be David. According to leaks our alive protagonist(s)
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    True.. Only time will tell.
  4. Ingwar
    If what was said about the ending is true then the
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    would carry over to the next one.... Unless their story ends here and a new one begins. ???

    Covenant is potentially (not practically yet) the first movie of the trilogy so somebody has to carry the torch. In my opinion an ultimate antagonist it's going to be David. According to leaks our alive protagonist(s)
    Spoiler (click to show/hide)
  5. lv_226
    I echoed this concern in another thread, but I can't see this current story line dragging on for two more films. I envision the current story going for one more film. Why? I just don't see how this could link back to Alien without going so far left field that the events in Alien become invalidated. Presumably what Scott is getting at here is that by these films linking back to Alien they are linking back to the mysteries of the first film (something which has been documented on at length). I can't see how this can happen since the mysteries of Alien felt self-contained. The one way that I can see this going correctly is if the Engineers continue to play a role in the current story. How? Well, it has been alluded to elsewhere that the Engineers may have stolen or come upon some of this bio-technology from a more ancient source—now THAT would be worth investigating further.
  6. BonesawT101
    Very much a dream come true. I remember for years hoping he could get roped back into doing just ONE more Alien film, and now he might do a couple more after this current one? And he's legitimately excited about this universe? Never would've believed it 10 years ago. So happy, so grateful, so thankful.

    Gotta hand it to Jon Spaihts for igniting his passion. Sure, Ridley had the idea that the space jockeys were wearing suits, but it was Jon that tied their history to mankind's.
    This all day long!
  7. BishopShouldGo
    Very much a dream come true. I remember for years hoping he could get roped back into doing just ONE more Alien film, and now he might do a couple more after this current one? And he's legitimately excited about this universe? Never would've believed it 10 years ago. So happy, so grateful, so thankful.

    Gotta hand it to Jon Spaihts for igniting his passion. Sure, Ridley had the idea that the space jockeys were wearing suits, but it was Jon that tied their history to mankind's.
  8. Ragonk_Force
    The man deserves a massive amount of respect. He's 80 and never stops working. And not just working but making movies. A massive workload, its just mindblowing. And his passion and love for Alien is a dream come true for me, and hopefully all of you. This is a good time to be a fan
  9. Infected
    Hate to be a downer but Ridley's 80 years old. If he doesn't make the threequel right after this I don't know if we'll get the chance to see it.

    Hopefully the dude's healthy.
    Yeah a lot of people are dropping like flies lately.
    And no matter how you turn this, even if he starts Covenant 2 by the beginning of 2018 it will be mid 2019 before we see the light of it.
    Thats already 3 years ahead and closing to 85 years. And thats a very well respected age for a filmmaker.
  10. SpeedyMaxx
    I've seen what I am almost certain is a hoax Jack Paglen draft. It focused on Shaw and David but looks to be written by a fan and was pretty terrible. In fairness, so was Transcendence, but this appeared to be literally written by an amateur.
  11. Corporal Hicks
    i really hope we get script leaks of "Prometheus 2" vs Alien Covenant after the movie is out (much like Alien: Engineers vs Prometheus). im REALLY curious what the original version of the story was like when it was more "Prometheus" focused.

    Seeing both the Jack Paglen and Michael Green scripts would be cool.

    Hopefully they'll come out at some point. I'm going to be trying to get my hands on them.


    I don't think Covenant is going to be a retread of Alien, anymore than Alien Resurrection was. Yes, they'll have similar tropes but Covenant is telling a much different story over all.
  12. BishopShouldGo
    What we did really well on Prometheus, considering that it was a ground zero idea that was starting all over again, was I discovered that people do have an appetite for the alien and what he means and his evolution – the egg, the facehugger, the chestburster as we call them.

    People still want to see it. So I return to a little bit of that but not wholeheartedly; there's a lot in here which is new as well.

    This was implicitly obvious before, but it's worth taking a moment to absorb now that Scott has articulated it. For a moment I was surprised to read Scott appearing to criticize Covenant before it was even released, but Fox had it coming if they forced his hand. He doesn't ever say that there is a good story reason for the change in direction. It was changed due to audience demand, which is not the best way to decide story. I'm doing my best to embrace this new movie, but we aren't getting the movie that Scott wanted to make, and that's a crime against science fiction, right there. Critics are going to notice Fox backpedaling on the Prometheus franchise. The fact that Prometheus was fresh made them cautiously optimistic for the return of the franchise. I think Covenant is going to split them, with many critics registering disappointment that Fox killed their most promising science fiction property in order to promote their most tired one.

    Prometheus wasn't their most promising property though, was it. Otherwise this would be Prometheus 2. I firmly believe Neil Blomkamp's concept art for Aliens 2 reignited Fox's and subsequently Ridley Scott's interest in Alien.

    I say we let the cinema going audience dictate whether Alien is "tired" out.
    Blomkamp cheekily pitched an Alien movie while Ridley Scott was trying to get a trilogy made. Blomkamp was coming close to wrestling the franchise away from Scott, which basically represents fan fiction becoming canon, or inmates running the asylum. I don't think it reignited Scott's interest in Alien, because his interest had never diminished. He always wanted to direct Alien 2. If Fox and Alien fans showed interest in Alien 5 and that interest impacted the development of Prometheus 2, that can only be a bad thing artistically. Scott sold out in order to prevent his trilogy from going unfulfilled while some hack kid filmmaker makes fan-fiction with his ideas.

    Audiences have continued to pour money into tired franchises, so that is no evidence of anything. What we are talking about is what James Cameron was talking about. This movie is consciously repeating itself to be safe. That's a sad thing for an artist pushing 80 to feel forced into doing. He has a limited number of movies he can make, and we just traded Prometheus 2 for a flipper baby movie combining two franchises that were never meant to be connected. Remember AvP? That's basically what this is: Alien versus Prometheus. Whoever wins, we lose.

    Scott was/is producing Alien 3.2. He was never in danger of having the franchise taken away from him.
  13. 8th_passenger
    Riddles is a f**king machine.

    I was surprised in the Wayne Haag interview when he said Ridley was keen on returning to Australia to film the sequels.

    Ridley likes to make different films, especially at this point in his life, so him directing the sequels just shows how committed he is to this franchise. I think he just hasn't found the right director to pass the torch yet. Denis Villeneuve would be a strong candidate but I don't think he has any interest in following Ridley's footsteps yet again.
  14. whiterabbit
    I was just thinking about it for a second but if Scott takes enough shots at it, he'll eventually hit one out of the park. An Alien movie will win a best picture oscar! Just think about that for a second. :P
  15. BishopShouldGo
    It's not like Prometheus failed and they immediately switched track to making an Alien movie. Ridley and Fox had been trying to crack the story for years as Prometheus 2, and it never came together. This is purely conjecture, but ultimately I think the creative reason why this became an Alien movie is because Prometheus failed in one huge aspect: pointing the franchise away from Alien in the first place. This is because the black goo makes Xenomorphs, they are inextricably intertwined with whatever the Engineers' plans for humanity were. The movie ends with Shaw heading to the Engineer homeworld with a ship filled with Xenomorph juice... there's not very many ways that story goes without the overall result that we've seen in the Covenant trailers. Whatever a sequel to Prometheus would have been, it would have been more difficult to work around the Xenos than to just utilize them, and once you've done that you have an Alien movie. I say this as a person who loved Prometheus to bits and is very disappointed that the Prometheusness of Covenant will apparently be negligible.

    So I think that ultimately it made sense for this to become an Alien movie, and I don't think Ridley is a hack for changing his course.

     Bingo. I think a lot of people were expecting a movie with a serious chronicles of riddick flavor lol.
  16. DorkiDori
    i really hope we get script leaks of "Prometheus 2" vs Alien Covenant after the movie is out (much like Alien: Engineers vs Prometheus). im REALLY curious what the original version of the story was like when it was more "Prometheus" focused.
  17. Tonyhartmorph
    Scott is an animal... a beast! A STAR BEAST!

    I was watching an interview with him from '79 and he hasn't changed a bit. I think when he was delivered his first expression was that frowned, quizzical raised eyebrow.
  18. shawsbaby
    It's not like Prometheus failed and they immediately switched track to making an Alien movie. Ridley and Fox had been trying to crack the story for years as Prometheus 2, and it never came together. This is purely conjecture, but ultimately I think the creative reason why this became an Alien movie is because Prometheus failed in one huge aspect: pointing the franchise away from Alien in the first place. This is because the black goo makes Xenomorphs, they are inextricably intertwined with whatever the Engineers' plans for humanity were. The movie ends with Shaw heading to the Engineer homeworld with a ship filled with Xenomorph juice... there's not very many ways that story goes without the overall result that we've seen in the Covenant trailers. Whatever a sequel to Prometheus would have been, it would have been more difficult to work around the Xenos than to just utilize them, and once you've done that you have an Alien movie. I say this as a person who loved Prometheus to bits and is very disappointed that the Prometheusness of Covenant will apparently be negligible.

    So I think that ultimately it made sense for this to become an Alien movie, and I don't think Ridley is a hack for changing his course.

    Very well-said.
  19. MajorB
    It's not like Prometheus failed and they immediately switched track to making an Alien movie. Ridley and Fox had been trying to crack the story for years as Prometheus 2, and it never came together. This is purely conjecture, but ultimately I think the creative reason why this became an Alien movie is because Prometheus failed in one huge aspect: pointing the franchise away from Alien in the first place. This is because the black goo makes Xenomorphs, they are inextricably intertwined with whatever the Engineers' plans for humanity were. The movie ends with Shaw heading to the Engineer homeworld with a ship filled with Xenomorph juice... there's not very many ways that story goes without the overall result that we've seen in the Covenant trailers. Whatever a sequel to Prometheus would have been, it would have been more difficult to work around the Xenos than to just utilize them, and once you've done that you have an Alien movie. I say this as a person who loved Prometheus to bits and is very disappointed that the Prometheusness of Covenant will apparently be negligible.

    So I think that ultimately it made sense for this to become an Alien movie, and I don't think Ridley is a hack for changing his course.
  20. XENOMORPHOSIS
    A lot of big name directors have returned to their earlier movies - George Lucas, George Miller, Ridley Scott, Tim Burton, James Cameron..

    It wouldn't make sense to have Ripley in these new movie when she never met the alien..so how can you tie that to an original Alien?? She's not gonna have any role in it unless it's Alien 5 or Alien3.2..however they wanna call it.

    ripley doesnt exist yet.

    Actually on ho its confirmed she was born in 2092, http://avp.wikia.com/wiki/Ellen_Ripley
    So while her character does exist I agree it would be out of place to force her character or even a relative of hers into the prequel series.

    How is it more of out of place than retconning just to bring her character back, though?  I would much prefer a prequel Ripley than a retcon Ripley.

    Ripley is 10 years old at the event of Covenant, Prometheus being set in 2092, and Covenant being ten years later 2102, her character doesn't dabble into the events of the series until Alien, her charcter as a little girl doesn't have a function that impacts the early part of the series or odds to the story, if she so did this would conflict with how she's present in the events of Alien. If another character is present in Covenant as being a relative many have sighted that the inclusion of "Ripley's Mother" comes across as contrived, very similar circumstances happen to Ripley's mother, Ripley herself, then her daughter Amanda.

    Now the angle of being a movie set after Aliens may be considered a cop out "and fairly so" they wanted to follow on from the point when the Alien series was given the exciting renovating era of James Cameron's entry. Expanding upon all the potential this installment introduced, its the one the launched the series into a full fledged franchise, inspired numorous comics and various stories set at this particular setting.

    Everything that came after such as Alien 3 and Alien Resurrection while having merits is where the series lost momentum, the closest attempt was Joss Whedons script for the earth set Alien Revelation which Sigourney Weaver refused becasue it was set on earth. Cameron and Ridley talked about venturing back to the Alien series, but Fox chose t pursue AVP for higher financial reasons. Though whether or not they make Blomkamp's mother, it'll either not be made and life will go on, or it will be made and you don't have to see it.
  21. Predaker
    That doesn't really read to me as Ridley saying he had to compromise his ideas to kotow to fans. We might have seen something closer to the original Alien in Prometheus if he felt audiences were up for that. At the time he felt it was played out, but now that he's seeing interest in the classical forms (egg, facehugger, chestburster, Alien) he seems just fine to have them featuring in Covenant.

    "Not wholeheartedly" doesn't necessarily mean his own heart isn't in it. It could just be him saying this new film is about more than bringing back classic elements (There's a lot which is new as well he said.)
  22. Scorpio
    A lot of big name directors have returned to their earlier movies - George Lucas, George Miller, Ridley Scott, Tim Burton, James Cameron..

    It wouldn't make sense to have Ripley in these new movie when she never met the alien..so how can you tie that to an original Alien?? She's not gonna have any role in it unless it's Alien 5 or Alien3.2..however they wanna call it.

    ripley doesnt exist yet.

    Actually on ho its confirmed she was born in 2092, http://avp.wikia.com/wiki/Ellen_Ripley
    So while her character does exist I agree it would be out of place to force her character or even a relative of hers into the prequel series.

    How is it more of out of place than retconning just to bring her character back, though?  I would much prefer a prequel Ripley than a retcon Ripley.
  23. Protozoid
    What we did really well on Prometheus, considering that it was a ground zero idea that was starting all over again, was I discovered that people do have an appetite for the alien and what he means and his evolution – the egg, the facehugger, the chestburster as we call them.

    People still want to see it. So I return to a little bit of that but not wholeheartedly; there's a lot in here which is new as well.

    This was implicitly obvious before, but it's worth taking a moment to absorb now that Scott has articulated it. For a moment I was surprised to read Scott appearing to criticize Covenant before it was even released, but Fox had it coming if they forced his hand. He doesn't ever say that there is a good story reason for the change in direction. It was changed due to audience demand, which is not the best way to decide story. I'm doing my best to embrace this new movie, but we aren't getting the movie that Scott wanted to make, and that's a crime against science fiction, right there. Critics are going to notice Fox backpedaling on the Prometheus franchise. The fact that Prometheus was fresh made them cautiously optimistic for the return of the franchise. I think Covenant is going to split them, with many critics registering disappointment that Fox killed their most promising science fiction property in order to promote their most tired one.

    Prometheus wasn't their most promising property though, was it. Otherwise this would be Prometheus 2. I firmly believe Neil Blomkamp's concept art for Aliens 2 reignited Fox's and subsequently Ridley Scott's interest in Alien.

    I say we let the cinema going audience dictate whether Alien is "tired" out.
    Blomkamp cheekily pitched an Alien movie while Ridley Scott was trying to get a trilogy made. Blomkamp was coming close to wrestling the franchise away from Scott, which basically represents fan fiction becoming canon, or inmates running the asylum. I don't think it reignited Scott's interest in Alien, because his interest had never diminished. He always wanted to direct Alien 2. If Fox and Alien fans showed interest in Alien 5 and that interest impacted the development of Prometheus 2, that can only be a bad thing artistically. Scott sold out in order to prevent his trilogy from going unfulfilled while some hack kid filmmaker makes fan-fiction with his ideas.

    Audiences have continued to pour money into tired franchises, so that is no evidence of anything. What we are talking about is what James Cameron was talking about. This movie is consciously repeating itself to be safe. That's a sad thing for an artist pushing 80 to feel forced into doing. He has a limited number of movies he can make, and we just traded Prometheus 2 for a flipper baby movie combining two franchises that were never meant to be connected. Remember AvP? That's basically what this is: Alien versus Prometheus. Whoever wins, we lose.
  24. Stolen
    How can you judge a movie on a leak plot?

    Seriously, if you read the plot of Alien, it would be almost a joke for everyone. Just a slasher movie.

    But Alien is my favorite movie because everything is incredible (artistic direction, rhythm, actors, directing, metaphor, symbols, levels of reading ...). Ridley can tell many things with a simple script.
  25. echobbase79
    LOGAN - R rated movie

    Total gross
    Box office   $237.8 million
    Retrieved March 5


    !!!

    No way Covenant gets anywhere Logan's Box Office, Logan got stellar reviews Covenant won't. Also it's Marvel and the marketing was spectacular with Covenant if you saw the trailer you pretty much saw the movie

    How do you know that?

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    With Covenant if you saw the trailer you pretty much saw the movie

    Completely disagree with this. Tell me what is the movie central plot, please?

    I read the plot. It's a rehash of Alien with Aliens and Prometheus elements being thrown in. I'd love for the movie to be good but Ridley was overpraised as it is for The Martian and even that didn't get Logan's kind of reviews. Prometheus was a big deal, people were excited because Ridley was back to making a movie in Alien franchise. And then they went to see it...I think it may not even reach Prometheus' numbers.

    I don't mind this so much. These movies are formulaic to a point.

    In a sequel you always give them the same, but something different. I think Ridley will do a good job of combining the two. I don't think it will be as good as the first two films, but hopefully tell a story that's effective and can stand on its own.
  26. XENOMORPHOSIS
    It wouldn't make sense to have Ripley in these new movie when she never met the alien..so how can you tie that to an original Alien?? She's not gonna have any role in it unless it's Alien 5 or Alien3.2..however they wanna call it.

    ripley doesnt exist yet.

    Actually on ho its confirmed she was born in 2092, http://avp.wikia.com/wiki/Ellen_Ripley
    So while her character does exist I agree it would be out of place to force her character or even a relative of hers into the prequel series.
  27. Coy
    It wouldn't make sense to have Ripley in these new movie when she never met the alien..so how can you tie that to an original Alien?? She's not gonna have any role in it unless it's Alien 5 or Alien3.2..however they wanna call it.

    ripley doesnt exist yet.
  28. SuicideDoors
    What we did really well on Prometheus, considering that it was a ground zero idea that was starting all over again, was I discovered that people do have an appetite for the alien and what he means and his evolution – the egg, the facehugger, the chestburster as we call them.

    People still want to see it. So I return to a little bit of that but not wholeheartedly; there's a lot in here which is new as well.

    This was implicitly obvious before, but it's worth taking a moment to absorb now that Scott has articulated it. For a moment I was surprised to read Scott appearing to criticize Covenant before it was even released, but Fox had it coming if they forced his hand. He doesn't ever say that there is a good story reason for the change in direction. It was changed due to audience demand, which is not the best way to decide story. I'm doing my best to embrace this new movie, but we aren't getting the movie that Scott wanted to make, and that's a crime against science fiction, right there. Critics are going to notice Fox backpedaling on the Prometheus franchise. The fact that Prometheus was fresh made them cautiously optimistic for the return of the franchise. I think Covenant is going to split them, with many critics registering disappointment that Fox killed their most promising science fiction property in order to promote their most tired one.

    Prometheus wasn't their most promising property though, was it. Otherwise this would be Prometheus 2. I firmly believe Neil Blomkamp's concept art for Aliens 2 reignited Fox's and subsequently Ridley Scott's interest in Alien.

    I say we let the cinema going audience dictate whether Alien is "tired" out.
  29. Anthony
    Scott has attached himself to several projects that either never happened or weren't directed by him. Remember when he was going to direct Blade Runner 2049, The Color Of Lightning, Dune, The Forever War, Wool and Monopoly?

    So it's likely that he could drop The Cartel or do it after Covenant 2. And he still has the adaptation of The Prisoner that he's supposedly attached to as well.
  30. Ingwar
    Does that mean the next movie will come in about 3 years?

    Hard to say. Scott wants to make western Wraiths of the Broken Land after Covenant or maybe he changed his mind.

    From what I've been able to figure out so far he's now doing The Cartel next. Apparently the location scouting he did earlier this year in Spain was for that and not Wraiths as I initially assumed. Not 100% certain yet though. Maybe Goddard is still busy polishing Wraiths script.  :-\

    I'm really looking forward to see Wraiths made by Scott. But when? If Scott is planning to do Covenant 2 next then probably I have to wait :)
  31. fiveways
    I don't "want" to bring back Ripley, but it has been discussed on this thread, and there were those Ripley/Ripley's daughter rumours even for covenant, plus a cameo by Sigourney the actress (not neccessarily as Ripley) is always a possibility.

    In fact I wouldn't even want Shaw back - whether it was Noomi's acting or the poor script she had to work with, I wasn't that invested in Shaw and I'd really struggle to find myself rooting for her.

    I do want a  non-android human lead character that I can root for across several franchise movies though. And therein lies the problem. As soon as you do that, the default character bio is: movie 1, slightly soft character is tested to their limits, movie 2 is character toughens up, movie 3 character continues/finishes their personal quest etc...

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    You could start with a tough character and break them.  that is the alternative.  As the universe opens to them they unwind more and more.  More a lovecraftian story than anything else.  Just, those movies don't typically make money.  The idea is that most people need strong characters and humans to relate to the film.  they need to watch a character grow and evolve or overcome and be victorious.  This is why Godzilla gets 7 minutes of screen time in his movie. 

    The best idea might be to have a crew survive so you can have their group dynamic grow and change over the course of the films.  You can spend time getting to know all of them instead of only the strong survives type writing.  You can shift focus around and not just have one top star, you can move that mantle around and keep it interesting.
  32. The Crusher
    I'm seriously against Sigourney weaver reappearing into the franchise again, she made her decision as an actor to kill Ripley off because she was tired of playing that role, and look at the effect it had on alien 3. She somehow decides to reappear in resurrection which was a very poor film. She's too much of a gamble.
  33. motherfather
    I don't "want" to bring back Ripley, but it has been discussed on this thread, and there were those Ripley/Ripley's daughter rumours even for covenant, plus a cameo by Sigourney the actress (not neccessarily as Ripley) is always a possibility.

    In fact I wouldn't even want Shaw back - whether it was Noomi's acting or the poor script she had to work with, I wasn't that invested in Shaw and I'd really struggle to find myself rooting for her.

    I do want a  non-android human lead character that I can root for across several franchise movies though. And therein lies the problem. As soon as you do that, the default character bio is: movie 1, slightly soft character is tested to their limits, movie 2 is character toughens up, movie 3 character continues/finishes their personal quest etc...
  34. Le Celticant
    Jeff Bridges did play a younger Jeff Bridges too in Tron Legacy called Clue.
    Performance capture, nothing's impossible.
    And it's becoming more and more a standard.

    Easiest way to make anyone eternal.
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