"Recently, James Cameron said he isn't interested in the ALIEN franchise.
The same with David Fincher. ALI3NS was his first movie and Fincher hated the process. "
Indeed they did. I also remember scott saying the beast was cooked with an orange in its mouth. I also never thought I'd see another Alien film after resurrection. Stranger things have happened. Good gracious, I never thought Cameron would've gone goo-gaws over genisys.
It was just my opinion. I enjoy the dark and gritty/claustrophobic style of fincher's films, and I respect what he was trying to do with Alien 3. Ward's script was very interesting and I just think Fincher would be a good choice to do it. The same with Cameron doing Gibson's script, it's more suited to his talents. Cameron can do really big stuff, which is what's called for, and he made Aliens, which is good enough qualifications for me.
In the end, it doesn't much matter what gets made or doesn't get made from here. The first films gave most people exactly what they wanted, and the good movies that didn't get made are available to read, and that's enough to be thankful for.