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Updated: Alien Covenant Blu-Ray Infests Shops on August 15th, 2017

We’ve finally got details of what’s in store for us for the Alien Covenant Blu-Ray Special Features! Whilst 20th Century Fox haven’t made any formal press announcements as of yet, this information comes via multiple online retailers and distributors. Firstly the release date – some online retailers including Amazon have got the Alien Covenant Blu-Ray release down for August 15th, 2017 so expect other regions outside North America to be around the same time

There are almost 100 minutes of special features including an audio commentary from director Ridley Scott, 12 deleted scenes and a few featurettes, most of which we’ve already seen. The big documentary is Master Class: Ridley Scott which is almost an hour in length. It appears there will be no Extended / Director’s Cut of Alien Covenant but I never really expected there to be one.

There are also no major Making Of documentaries like the Furious Gods documentary for Prometheus or the plethora of featurettes for the Alien Anthology. It’s important to note that producer Charles de Laurizika who produced the previous Alien releases didn’t work on this one which explains why the release seems a little underwhelming. In terms of audio, Alien Covenant will sport a DTS-HD Master Audio 7.1 soundtrack for regular Blu-Ray releases while the 4K set will contain the newer Dolby Atmos.

Special Features

  • Audio Commentary by Ridley Scott
  • 12 Deleted and Extended Scenes (17m 58s)
  • 5 Featurettes: Meet Walter (2m 19s), Phobos (9m 8s), The Last Supper (4m 36s), The Crossing (2m 32s), Advent (6m 40s)
  • Master Class: Ridley Scott (55m 25s)
  • Theatrical Trailers
  • David’s Illustrations

Audio: DTS-HD Master Audio 7.1
4K Blu-ray: Dolby Atmos

You’ll find below the final artwork for the Blu-Ray releases across all regions.

 Alien Covenant Blu-Ray Infests Shops on August 15th, 2017

There’s another interesting Limited Edition release that is an exclusive to American retailer Target. This one contains a 36-page booklet containing photos and sketches from Alien Covenant. We also reported in May about the Alien Covenant Steelbook release with the embryonic stage of the Neomorph on the cover.

 Alien Covenant Blu-Ray Infests Shops on August 15th, 2017

Alien Covenant Target Exclusive Release

So there you have it folks, Alien Covenant will be infesting stores on August 15th 2017.

Update 5/7//17: 20th Century Fox have now released a trailer for the blu-ray. August 15th will be the release date as already posted. Digital downloads will be available on August 1st.



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  1. Protozoid
    I wonder if they would have needed to pay Rapace for using her deleted scenes? My disappointment over this movie continues to deepen with every single press release. It's a perfect storm of decisions that upset me.
  2. Evanus
    Also, no extended shower scene? And the scene where Daniels and Lope are shooting at the Neomorph/Xenomorph is also missing. Oh, and it would have been nice to have the alternate ending scene.  :(
  3. mr ripley
    Deleted and Extended Scenes
    Prologue (Extended)
    Walter in Greenhouse
    Oram and Daniels (Extended)
    Walter Visits Daniels
    Daniels Bedroom Flashback
    Jacob's Funeral (Extended)
    Ledwards Fall
    Crossing the Plaza (Extended)
    Daniels Thanks Walter
    Rosenthal Prayer
    Walter Reports Back
    Stairs to Eggroom (Extended)

    No footage from the last 20 mins,no Alien smashing through the shower,miffed.
  4. Corporal Hicks
    I think Advent maybe a promotional piece with David drawing stuff on Paradise. Dane and Matt spoke about it in their interview with Perfect Organism and in the interview I recorded with them recently (being released soon).

    I assume Phobos is going to be about the launch of the Covenant from Martian orbit. Complete guess though. I've no idea. Could be related to the Greek god, Phobos though.
  5. Keyes
    We still don't know what the viral video "Advent" is about, and that's part of the same section as The Crossing. Fingers crossed the remaining Shaw/David material has been worked into that.
  6. 0321recon
    Quote from: Darkness on Jul 06, 2017, 04:03:27 PM
    Full press release:

    QuoteTwentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment has announced the home media release for this year's Alien: Covenant, confirming the Prometheus follow-up will arrive digitally on August 1 and on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray and DVD August 15. Check out cover art in the gallery!

    Select retails will have exclusive extras for the film including:

    Walmart – Alien Day fan art designed t-shirt (4K Ultra HD and Blu-ray formats)
    Target – 36-page book packaging featuring an inside look at David's Lab and the creatures of Alien: Covenant, PLUS behind-the-scenes photography and concept sketches (Blu-ray format)
    Best Buy –Alien baby Xenomorph steelbook (4K Ultra HD and Blu-ray formats)

    Bonus features for the release include:

    Deleted and Extended Scenes
    Prologue (Extended)
    Walter in Greenhouse
    Oram and Daniels (Extended)
    Walter Visits Daniels
    Daniels Bedroom Flashback
    Jacob's Funeral (Extended)
    Ledwards Fall
    Crossing the Plaza (Extended)
    Daniels Thanks Walter
    Rosenthal Prayer
    Walter Reports Back
    Stairs to Eggroom (Extended)
    USCSS Covenant
    Meet Walter
    Phobos
    The Last Supper
    SECTOR 87 – PLANET 4
    The Crossing
    Advent
    David's Illustrations – Image Gallery
    Master Class: Ridley Scott – Documentary on the making of Alien: Covenant
    Director Commentary by Ridley Scott
    Production Gallery

    http://www.comingsoon.net/dvd/news/864883-alien-covenant-blu-ray-dvd-and-digital-release-set-for-august#uRllt37QTrIIdDrY.99

    From what I see the entire sequence that Pietro talked about is not included in the blu-ray.  :(
  7. Darkness
    Full press release:

    QuoteTwentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment has announced the home media release for this year's Alien: Covenant, confirming the Prometheus follow-up will arrive digitally on August 1 and on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray and DVD August 15. Check out cover art in the gallery!

    Select retails will have exclusive extras for the film including:

    Walmart – Alien Day fan art designed t-shirt (4K Ultra HD and Blu-ray formats)
    Target – 36-page book packaging featuring an inside look at David's Lab and the creatures of Alien: Covenant, PLUS behind-the-scenes photography and concept sketches (Blu-ray format)
    Best Buy –Alien baby Xenomorph steelbook (4K Ultra HD and Blu-ray formats)

    Bonus features for the release include:

    Deleted and Extended Scenes
    Prologue (Extended)
    Walter in Greenhouse
    Oram and Daniels (Extended)
    Walter Visits Daniels
    Daniels Bedroom Flashback
    Jacob's Funeral (Extended)
    Ledwards Fall
    Crossing the Plaza (Extended)
    Daniels Thanks Walter
    Rosenthal Prayer
    Walter Reports Back
    Stairs to Eggroom (Extended)
    USCSS Covenant
    Meet Walter
    Phobos
    The Last Supper
    SECTOR 87 – PLANET 4
    The Crossing
    Advent
    David's Illustrations – Image Gallery
    Master Class: Ridley Scott – Documentary on the making of Alien: Covenant
    Director Commentary by Ridley Scott
    Production Gallery

    http://www.comingsoon.net/dvd/news/864883-alien-covenant-blu-ray-dvd-and-digital-release-set-for-august#uRllt37QTrIIdDrY.99
  8. Gash
    Quote from: Nostromo on Jul 06, 2017, 12:35:58 AM
    Did anyone sh!t their pants btw? There should been more Human Skull alien looking things. The grown neomorph was pretty damn scary looking and well made. Until it crouched like some bug to avoid bouncing bullets. Smart scene there..wonder which genius thought of ruined something that could have turned into an all time great scene. They should cut the part where David is talking to it, cut an extra scene of the head floating round and round...look it's a head wow...and delete that whole scene when that bozo captain in charge starts shooting at it.

    It would have been smarter if the grown neomorph just went away after killing that broad that went for a walk in the park. Actually cut that scene too and replace it with her seeing a weird looking shadow moving around awkwardly in some dark corridor or cave.

    Half my team just got decimated and one actress decides to go for a walk in the park another decides to shove his head in an egg. These 2-3 scenes alone probably costed the movie 2 full rating points. Incredible whoever wrote these scenes..just incredible.




    If you think your ideas are 'smarter', my advice, don't ever become a script writer.
  9. Nostromo
    Did anyone sh!t their pants btw? There should been more Human Skull alien looking things. The grown neomorph was pretty damn scary looking and well made. Until it crouched like some bug to avoid bouncing bullets. Smart scene there..wonder which genius thought of ruined something that could have turned into an all time great scene. They should cut the part where David is talking to it, cut an extra scene of the head floating round and round...look it's a head wow...and delete that whole scene when that bozo captain in charge starts shooting at it.

    It would have been smarter if the grown neomorph just went away after killing that broad that went for a walk in the park. Actually cut that scene too and replace it with her seeing a weird looking shadow moving around awkwardly in some dark corridor or cave.

    Half my team just got decimated and one actress decides to go for a walk in the park another decides to shove his head in an egg. These 2-3 scenes alone probably costed the movie 2 full rating points. Incredible whoever wrote these scenes..just incredible.


    Wow, a lot of typos, sorry about that.

    I meant to say I didn't understand so many of these scenes that made no sense.

    Especially:

    - Landing on an aluen planet, and coming out with no helmet, again...I thought they actually read the memo that a similar scene in Prometheus...was not very bright.

    - Your crewmate is screaming I'm not infected, open the damn door because there is something coming out if your other crewmate's BACK, because it's clearly visible he's been infected, but no, don't open and than close the door and both get guns or run and call for backup, and tell your freed crewmate if you come near me I'll shoot you.

    Instead, run away, come back a 2nd time to see how they are doing, than come back a 3rd time with a gun, open the door to do who knows what at this point, miss the target 5 times while firing blanks, than run away again while slipping like a pure goof, all just to have a little neomorph smash the door in the end. And than just blow everything up, hahahaha. Real smart.

    3- Also the final scene inside the spaceship with the final big chap wannabe, was ridiculous, it looked like they stole some scenes from Alien Isolation, (Anyone remember the scene hiding behind crates in the hangar and Alien walking back and forth?), and the story stolen from Alien. The whole blow it out to space sh!t once more, here we go hang tight while I CGI this thing yo. One of the worst Alien scenes ever...during most shots especially when it's climbing around...very scary wow.
  10. Perfect-Organism
    Quote from: Protozoid on Jul 05, 2017, 07:03:58 PM
    Quote from: locusta on Jul 05, 2017, 06:51:02 PM
    Quote from: Protozoid on Jul 05, 2017, 06:16:17 PM
    Quote from: Ingwar on Jul 05, 2017, 05:51:50 PM
    It's just theatrical trailer. They could have made something special. Lazy, lazy.
    Or cheap.

    Everything about the home video release reuses existing materials.

    The cover is a still. No need to pay for the design of a new cover.

    The special features are all marketing virals and deleted scenes as-is.

    Commentary by Scott was probably recorded before release, like Prometheus.

    Now they use the existing theatrical trailer to market home video.

    They are minimizing their costs. Prometheus made twice as much, so it got a great home video release. The Counselor was cheap and didn't have a lot of special effects. It was easy to make a director's cut, which was actually more like the writer's cut, made at the insistence of Cormac McCarthy, as I recall. The Martian made three times as much money as Covenant and was nominated for Best Picture. They added ten minutes of deleted scenes that did not require much work to complete. Exodus did not make very much money and would require a lot of resources to do a director's cut. We didn't get one, probably never will, but at least we got a decent collector's edition Blu-Ray with a nice documentary. Robin Hood wasn't very profitable so it had almost no special features and a cheap director's cut that had few additional effects except cheap CG blood to make it unrated.

    It makes sense to me that Fox does not want to invest in a long cut of Covenant, yet. It would probably be expensive to produce because of special effects and they won't boost sales - unless they double dip. If it does really well on home video, which it might, maybe we will get an extended cut with some cheaper dialogue scenes restored, maybe some gore, the Making of Fear documentary, and they will recycle Scott's commentary and give us all the viral material they left out of the initial release. And a better cover using that impressive theatrical poster.

    Maybe.

    The whole film is cheap. Glad I can pass on the expenses of this release as well (like Prom).
    I have no regrets about paying full price for Prometheus. I had a mixed initial reaction, but the more I watch it, the more I admire and enjoy it. Its hugely underrated by Alien fans, imo. Critics who specialize in sci-fi adore it for good reason. Alien fans enjoy it the least for the same reason I enjoy Covenant the least: it isn't what they wanted. You could get Prometheus used very cheaply and I guarantee you will learn to appreciate it more if you watch the special features and then give the movie a few more tries. Like John Kenneth Muir wrote, it has twice the depth of Blade Runner and many times the depth of Alien. Its reputation is quite strong and continuing to grow. Eventually it will be ranked with Scott's best - just not by contemporary Alien fans.

    Well said Protozoid.  It is a good way to think of the film.  If you go in as an Aliens fan with preconceived notions about the aliens as a species, you will be disappointed.  But otherwise, the film is pretty good.  I would say the major twist in Covenant was just as big as in Prometheus.  Scott delivered.  ...and yes, Prometheus will be remembered well I think.  Eventually.  I would definitely suggest a re-edit to fix some things...
  11. Dachande
    Quote from: Corporal Hicks on Jul 05, 2017, 07:28:35 PM
    Quote from: Darkness on Jul 05, 2017, 05:36:17 PM
    Fox have now released a trailer for the bluray. August 15th was correct for the bluray. Digital downloads will be August 1st.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0cBGks7HqI8

    Did anyone manage to download a copy of the trailer? Anything of interest?


    Quote from: Keyes on Jul 05, 2017, 06:11:20 PM
    Looks like we in the UK are getting the best BD/4K covers.

    https://s4.thcdn.com/productimg/600/600/11465877-2094497773330106.jpg

    https://s2.thcdn.com/productimg/600/600/11465878-3224497773374860.jpg

    https://s4.thcdn.com/productimg/600/600/11465876-1754497773282310.jpg

    Source: https://www.zavvi.com/elysium.search?search=alien+covenant

    Another off-centre still of the Alien. I kinda like it actually.


    Quote from: Perfect-Organism on Jul 05, 2017, 06:15:24 PM
    Even "She Won't Go Quietly" deserves to be on there.  There was a lot of footage there that was not in the movie.  Does anyone remember the Covenant crew playing cards in the movie?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GJcFsdVLs9Y

    I would just like to point out again that the only viral featurette that was part of the film was The Crossing. The others weren't.

    Personally i think the HMV Steelbook has my favourite looking cover of the lot. I am slightly biased though!
  12. Nostromo
    To Protozoid: Yes I don't understand why some people hate Prometheus. The whole thing could have been a masterpiece if the actors didn't make any ridiculous decisions and screenplay was smarter. As well as adding a bit more Alien element to it. The scenery/story/music/pacing is fantastic.

    The biggest slap to the face from Covenant was thinking that there would be no more stupid acting decisions (No helms on planets, decisions, etc etc) and than only to see it and realize it's INFESTED with horrible dumb acting decision. I mean in Alien and Aliens there is not one acting decision or scene that made no sense. Everything was very well written and acted and thought of. If that is too much to ask? Like do people like stupidity or what? I don't get it how someone can say Covenant was a good movie for the franchise. I think I liked a total of 2 or 3 scenes.
  13. Corporal Hicks
    Quote from: Darkness on Jul 05, 2017, 05:36:17 PM
    Fox have now released a trailer for the bluray. August 15th was correct for the bluray. Digital downloads will be August 1st.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0cBGks7HqI8

    Did anyone manage to download a copy of the trailer? Anything of interest?


    Quote from: Keyes on Jul 05, 2017, 06:11:20 PM
    Looks like we in the UK are getting the best BD/4K covers.

    https://s4.thcdn.com/productimg/600/600/11465877-2094497773330106.jpg

    https://s2.thcdn.com/productimg/600/600/11465878-3224497773374860.jpg

    https://s4.thcdn.com/productimg/600/600/11465876-1754497773282310.jpg

    Source: https://www.zavvi.com/elysium.search?search=alien+covenant

    Another off-centre still of the Alien. I kinda like it actually.


    Quote from: Perfect-Organism on Jul 05, 2017, 06:15:24 PM
    Even "She Won't Go Quietly" deserves to be on there.  There was a lot of footage there that was not in the movie.  Does anyone remember the Covenant crew playing cards in the movie?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GJcFsdVLs9Y

    I would just like to point out again that the only viral featurette that was part of the film was The Crossing. The others weren't.
  14. Nostromo
    That Alien on the cover of the Blu-Ray, who's idea was that? They actually think that was a good one? One of the worst ideas/aliens ever...probably lost 75 mil in ticket sales alone with that. And now another 5 mil in less Blu Rays.
  15. Protozoid
    Quote from: locusta on Jul 05, 2017, 06:51:02 PM
    Quote from: Protozoid on Jul 05, 2017, 06:16:17 PM
    Quote from: Ingwar on Jul 05, 2017, 05:51:50 PM
    It's just theatrical trailer. They could have made something special. Lazy, lazy.
    Or cheap.

    Everything about the home video release reuses existing materials.

    The cover is a still. No need to pay for the design of a new cover.

    The special features are all marketing virals and deleted scenes as-is.

    Commentary by Scott was probably recorded before release, like Prometheus.

    Now they use the existing theatrical trailer to market home video.

    They are minimizing their costs. Prometheus made twice as much, so it got a great home video release. The Counselor was cheap and didn't have a lot of special effects. It was easy to make a director's cut, which was actually more like the writer's cut, made at the insistence of Cormac McCarthy, as I recall. The Martian made three times as much money as Covenant and was nominated for Best Picture. They added ten minutes of deleted scenes that did not require much work to complete. Exodus did not make very much money and would require a lot of resources to do a director's cut. We didn't get one, probably never will, but at least we got a decent collector's edition Blu-Ray with a nice documentary. Robin Hood wasn't very profitable so it had almost no special features and a cheap director's cut that had few additional effects except cheap CG blood to make it unrated.

    It makes sense to me that Fox does not want to invest in a long cut of Covenant, yet. It would probably be expensive to produce because of special effects and they won't boost sales - unless they double dip. If it does really well on home video, which it might, maybe we will get an extended cut with some cheaper dialogue scenes restored, maybe some gore, the Making of Fear documentary, and they will recycle Scott's commentary and give us all the viral material they left out of the initial release. And a better cover using that impressive theatrical poster.

    Maybe.

    The whole film is cheap. Glad I can pass on the expenses of this release as well (like Prom).
    I have no regrets about paying full price for Prometheus. I had a mixed initial reaction, but the more I watch it, the more I admire and enjoy it. Its hugely underrated by Alien fans, imo. Critics who specialize in sci-fi adore it for good reason. Alien fans enjoy it the least for the same reason I enjoy Covenant the least: it isn't what they wanted. You could get Prometheus used very cheaply and I guarantee you will learn to appreciate it more if you watch the special features and then give the movie a few more tries. Like John Kenneth Muir wrote, it has twice the depth of Blade Runner and many times the depth of Alien. Its reputation is quite strong and continuing to grow. Eventually it will be ranked with Scott's best - just not by contemporary Alien fans.
  16. locusta
    Quote from: Protozoid on Jul 05, 2017, 06:16:17 PM
    Quote from: Ingwar on Jul 05, 2017, 05:51:50 PM
    It's just theatrical trailer. They could have made something special. Lazy, lazy.
    Or cheap.

    Everything about the home video release reuses existing materials.

    The cover is a still. No need to pay for the design of a new cover.

    The special features are all marketing virals and deleted scenes as-is.

    Commentary by Scott was probably recorded before release, like Prometheus.

    Now they use the existing theatrical trailer to market home video.

    They are minimizing their costs. Prometheus made twice as much, so it got a great home video release. The Counselor was cheap and didn't have a lot of special effects. It was easy to make a director's cut, which was actually more like the writer's cut, made at the insistence of Cormac McCarthy, as I recall. The Martian made three times as much money as Covenant and was nominated for Best Picture. They added ten minutes of deleted scenes that did not require much work to complete. Exodus did not make very much money and would require a lot of resources to do a director's cut. We didn't get one, probably never will, but at least we got a decent collector's edition Blu-Ray with a nice documentary. Robin Hood wasn't very profitable so it had almost no special features and a cheap director's cut that had few additional effects except cheap CG blood to make it unrated.

    It makes sense to me that Fox does not want to invest in a long cut of Covenant, yet. It would probably be expensive to produce because of special effects and they won't boost sales - unless they double dip. If it does really well on home video, which it might, maybe we will get an extended cut with some cheaper dialogue scenes restored, maybe some gore, the Making of Fear documentary, and they will recycle Scott's commentary and give us all the viral material they left out of the initial release. And a better cover using that impressive theatrical poster.

    Maybe.

    The whole film is cheap. Glad I can pass on the expenses of this release as well (like Prom).
  17. Protozoid
    Quote from: Ingwar on Jul 05, 2017, 05:51:50 PM
    It's just theatrical trailer. They could have made something special. Lazy, lazy.
    Or cheap.

    Everything about the home video release reuses existing materials.

    The cover is a still. No need to pay for the design of a new cover.

    The special features are all marketing virals and deleted scenes as-is.

    Commentary by Scott was probably recorded before release, like Prometheus.

    Now they use the existing theatrical trailer to market home video.

    They are minimizing their costs. Prometheus made twice as much, so it got a great home video release. The Counselor was cheap and didn't have a lot of special effects. It was easy to make a director's cut, which was actually more like the writer's cut, made at the insistence of Cormac McCarthy, as I recall. The Martian made three times as much money as Covenant and was nominated for Best Picture. They added ten minutes of deleted scenes that did not require much work to complete. Exodus did not make very much money and would require a lot of resources to do a director's cut. We didn't get one, probably never will, but at least we got a decent collector's edition Blu-Ray with a nice documentary. Robin Hood wasn't very profitable so it had almost no special features and a cheap director's cut that had few additional effects except cheap CG blood to make it unrated.

    It makes sense to me that Fox does not want to invest in a long cut of Covenant, yet. It would probably be expensive to produce because of special effects and they won't boost sales - unless they double dip. If it does really well on home video, which it might, maybe we will get an extended cut with some cheaper dialogue scenes restored, maybe some gore, the Making of Fear documentary, and they will recycle Scott's commentary and give us all the viral material they left out of the initial release. And a better cover using that impressive theatrical poster.

    Maybe.
  18. Gash
    Quote from: MnTd on Jul 05, 2017, 03:37:41 PM
    Great.... Another lazy, no director's cut Bluray from Scott for a film that could
    use all the help it can get. Worse yet, like PROMETHEUS, they dangle the deleted
    scenes in front of you so you can kind of imagine what a proper director's cut may have
    looked like if they gave a shit enough to do one. I just don't get it!
    He did extended cuts of THE MARTIAN and THE COUNSELOR.


    That whole paragraph is an oxymoron - 'another lazy no directors cut' whilst siting his two of his most recent films as having director's cuts. 

    I don't remember them being announced before the initial theatrical releases, so who's to say Covenant won't get an extended cut?
  19. MnTd
    Great.... Another lazy, no director's cut Bluray from Scott for a film that could
    use all the help it can get. Worse yet, like PROMETHEUS, they dangle the deleted
    scenes in front of you so you can kind of imagine what a proper director's cut may have
    looked like if they gave a shit enough to do one. I just don't get it!
    He did extended cuts of THE MARTIAN and THE COUNSELOR.
    PROMETHEUS deffinently could have used the extra footage inserted, I don't know if
    the extra footage for this one will be significant or not but lack of care is all over this.
    They didn't even make a cool documentary on it.
  20. Captain Dallas at Thedus
    Perfect-Organism-Meet Walter is definitely in there,I've not seen the crew messages at all.The Audi commercial is obviously not in there.Notice when Fassbender delivered that line reading".....the perfect organism.....he delivered it a'la Ian Holm,that was one of the small touches in AC I actually appreciated..and him singing"The Man Who Broke The Bank at Monte Carlo"totally deranged-TE Lawrence sang that in LOA when he was stranded in the desert..... ::)
  21. Perfect-Organism
    Anybody know if the crew messages will be included?  What about the Audi commercial?  Meet Walter?


    I think those crew messages were priceless.  They are really important for character development.  Otherwise when watching the movie, you forget who is who pretty quickly.  I mean I won't, since I am a fan of the film, but I think most people had a problem with connecting with any of the characters.  Very little character development.  So it would be really useful if the viral videos were included of the crew messages...
  22. bleau
    Looks like a lot of deleted scenes. I thought the last Supper was a deleted segment as well as the crossing. Those are separate from the deleted scenes. Looking Nice, I like the mediabook design as well.
  23. Gash
     I like the cover - simple and evocative, a classic image

    The DVD release of Prometheus had a horrible cover - a bunch of excessively photoshop filtered head shots and a screen grab of the ship. That looked amateurish - fortunately the blu was classier.
  24. The Eighth Passenger
    Quote from: genocyber on Jul 04, 2017, 05:04:46 AM
    What was so wrong with the movie poster that they couldn't use it for the blu ray? The actual cover is just a shitty edit of a screengrab. Awful.

    The one with all the Engineers and Aliens?

    Looks nice but isn't it a bit misleading with regards to actual content?  :P

    Anyway, I see these guys are doing a steelbook with the UK and Aliens Vs. Engineers posters as cover-art.

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DD40MTnVoAEmFiL.jpg
    https://twitter.com/Mantalab/status/882200200525238272
  25. juxtapose
    i don't really mind the cover either. .it looks just fine. .in fact i got that poster as my desktop background currently. .i change it every week or 2. .also do my own digital art. .just gonna look now. .i posted one in the fan poster thread a while back. .got f**kall responce tho. .lol
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