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Adam Savage Explores David’s Lair in Alien: Covenant

If you thought Adam Savage was done with his behind-the-scenes features on Alien: Covenant, you’re in for a nice surprise! Via the Tested YouTube account, Adam Savage has posted a new video inside David’s laboratory!

“We’re behind the scenes during the production of Alien: Covenant, where we step inside the elaborate set created for David’s lair. Adam explores the details of this densely dressed set, packed with props and beautiful artwork that we only glimpsed on screen. The amount of work put into this laboratory of horrors is incredible!”

Recorded after principle photography had finished on Alien: Covenant, Savage takes a good look around David’s home in the Necropolis decorated with Dane Hallett and Matt Hatton’s (who we recently spoke to) gorgeous artwork. The video also features some cool behind-the-scenes footage. Check it out!

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Comments: 11
  1. Bojo
    This pretty much sums up Ridley for me.
    *sigh* If only he showed just as much attention to detail into the other important aspects of the film ie the story and character depth.

    Much respect to the artists here for their brilliant consistent work though.
    Gradually the pressure in producing such works must of weighed heavily on their shoulders.

    Thoroughly disappointing movie. ::)  :'(  :-
  2. Salt The Fries
    Quote from: The Eighth Passenger on Aug 01, 2017, 03:50:05 PM
    If you want to see him excited then you should watch the video in which he gets to meet Deckard's original blaster prop.  :laugh:

    But I love the attention to detail here, those rolled-up scrolls even have pictures on them.
    That's what I love about Ridley Scott's film-making style, he produces sets so real, that everything must practically function in them, so that it's easier for actors to immerse themselves in the surroundings.
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