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Alien: Covenant Preview Footage To Be Featured With Alien Day Screenings

Alien Day 2017 is fast approaching and like last year many cinema chains around the world are running showings of Alien (and the other films). Not only will you get a chance to see our favourite films up on the big screen, this year those in attendance will also be treated to some Alien: Covenant preview footage!

For those in America, the RPX Regal Cinema chain will be screening Alien. You can find out location details over on the Alien Universe website!

“As part of the Alien Day Celebration, participating RPX Regal Cinema U.S. theaters will be screening Ridley Scott’s original 1979 thriller ALIEN starring Sigourney Weaver. Fans will enjoy this sci-fi thriller plus be treated to exclusive content from “Alien: Covenant” and a one-of-a-kind exclusive commemorative ticket.”

 Alien: Covenant Preview Footage To Be Featured With Alien Day Screenings

See Alien: Covenant preview footage in special screenings of Alien for Alien Day 2017.

Alien fans in the United Kingdom have the choice of double bills being run by the Cineworld, Odeon and VUE chains via so-called Super Tickets. As well as the double bill, the Super Tickets also include an early showing of Alien: Covenant (11th of May) as well as the preview footage on Alien Day.

“This Superticket includes a special double bill of Prometheus and Alien Director’s Cut on 26th April, otherwise known as Alien Day (inspired by the planet LV-426 from the original Alien and Aliens). You’ll also get to see two teaser scenes from the forthcoming film, plus an exclusive bridge sequence between Prometheus and Covenant that can’t be seen anywhere else. To top it all off, it’ll get you entry to a screening of Covenant on May 11th. That’s a day before general release.”

You can find your nearest participating cinema via the Alien: Covenant Tickets.co.uk website. And for fans in Australia, Hoyts is running double bills of Alien and Aliens with Alien: Covenant preview footage!

The teaser scenes will likely be the same ones shown at the Showcase events but according to the Odeon page, the new “bridge sequence” is going to focus on Shaw and David after Prometheus.

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Comments: 42
  1. John Doe
    I won two tickets for the spanish event with footage of Covenant and Alien Movie. I dont know if it's good to see the covenant footage out of context. I believe it's better yo ser the scene with the entire movie.
  2. Modelfx
    Nope. Apparently Cineworld won't be going live with their Alien Day tickets until next Monday (according to a phone conversation that I had with their head office today)
  3. Ingwar
    I live in Odessa, Ukraine and, on Alien Day, one of the movie theater's in my city is offering a showing of Alien's Director's Cut (without translation) and an exclusive footage from Covenant with a message from Ridley. The overall running time is 138 minutes, so I presume the additional stuff is around 20 minutes in length? Anyway, just got my ticket for around 4 dollars.

    Same in Poland. Covenant exclusive footage with introduction from Scott + Alien (1979).
  4. TyrantUA
    I live in Odessa, Ukraine and, on Alien Day, one of the movie theater's in my city is offering a showing of Alien's Director's Cut (without translation) and an exclusive footage from Covenant with a message from Ridley. The overall running time is 138 minutes, so I presume the additional stuff is around 20 minutes in length? Anyway, just got my ticket for around 4 dollars.
  5. Nyarlathotep
    Shame it's only for Regal in the states, not fond of that chain.
    Let me guess, it's because of their bag inspection policy isn't it?
    Lol, its hardly that. They aren't even allowed to touch it, you literally hold it open and they glance inside. Ive smuggled in bags of popcorn, candy ect... with no problem.
    I think that you are confused bud, I was replying to Whos_Nick.

    Just a personal preference, my local chain is AMC
    I see, mine used to be a carmike, but it is now an AMC as well.
  6. Whos_Nick
    Shame it's only for Regal in the states, not fond of that chain.
    Let me guess, it's because of their bag inspection policy isn't it?
    Lol, its hardly that. They aren't even allowed to touch it, you literally hold it open and they glance inside. Ive smuggled in bags of popcorn, candy ect... with no problem.
    I think that you are confused bud, I was replying to Whos_Nick.

    Just a personal preference, my local chain is AMC
  7. Nyarlathotep
    Shame it's only for Regal in the states, not fond of that chain.
    Let me guess, it's because of their bag inspection policy isn't it?
    Lol, its hardly that. They aren't even allowed to touch it, you literally hold it open and they glance inside. Ive smuggled in bags of popcorn, candy ect... with no problem.
    I think that you are confused bud, I was replying to Whos_Nick.
  8. Sean
    2nd year in a row now where Maryland gets shafted SMFH!!! Went to the double screening last year for Alien & AlienS in West VA, but unfortunately the car I have now is pretty unreliable so no long trips for me HURRAY. honestly though why are there no screenings in MD or DC? I know I'm not the only Alien/Predator fan living here. 
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