Started by Stolen, Sep 02, 2020, 07:24:59 PM
Quote from: Kradan on Apr 01, 2022, 06:15:45 PMWell, I don't think people will be against a story set in between Pro and Cov exploring David and Shaw on Planet 4. I myself would be up for story showing David's descent into madness and Shaw's slow and horrific realisation of what's going on
Quote from: BlueMarsalis79 on Apr 01, 2022, 06:04:02 PMI just felt Noomi Rapace and Michael Fassbender worked great together on-screen, and that's unlikely to be replicated, with anyone else putting an end to his various machinations you have to do a lot more to earn it. And I also really like the angle of the idea of the character confronting their horrific children that he created, and perhaps a comeuppance for the way he violated both Charlie Holloway and her, I feel like there's a weird f**ked up story there. One I'd love to see personally. Maybe I just desperately wanna see Noomi explore space and existentialism with a android's head in a bag.
Quote from: BlueMarsalis79 on Apr 02, 2022, 11:48:44 PMAn interquel could conclude the story, in a roundabout way, as Shaw so eloquently put it "Then who made them?' If it's about them finding that, the real Space Jockey race as it were, that created the Alien- the original. You can chalk up David's creation and version of events, as him mimicking unknowingly as he loses his memory and his mind, perhaps he and Shaw even parted (when Doctor Shaw died) on amicable terms and the loneliness drove him to what he did. You can pretty much tell any story that you want. Nobody cares what happened to David I certainly do not, he can float off "into infinity for infinity" as Ridley Scott said, but I think you can use his story as a vehicle to make the universe even more horrifically enigmatic than it was in 1979. You could even have the in between idea be the end of the prequel narrative, in the sense of backing up into the end of the original Alien film, and have the Covenant itself just return empty to the galaxy post Resurrection as a way of returning the Alien to the known universe.
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