The Neomorphs

Started by Corporal Hicks, Oct 21, 2016, 09:27:05 AM

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Corporal Hicks

Corporal Hicks

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b07yt8fj

Interview with Fassie. No idea if Covvie comes up, haven't listened to yet.

Pvt. Himmel

Pvt. Himmel

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Quote from: Corporal Hicks on Oct 21, 2016, 09:27:05 AM
http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b07yt8fj

Interview with Fassie. No idea is Covvie comes up, haven't listened to yet.

At the 0:5:42 mark.
Michael says that Scott has taken the horror elements of the first Alien film and merged it with the scale of Prometheus... nothing revealing. 8)

Corporal Hicks

Corporal Hicks

#2
The full interview seems to be around the 02:24:00 mark. At about 02:25:50 Fassbender slips out a new term that I know was bandied about on Covenant - Neomorph.

Pvt. Himmel

Pvt. Himmel

#3
Quote from: Corporal Hicks on Oct 21, 2016, 10:18:14 AM
The full interview seems to be around the 02:24:00 mark. At about 02:25:50 Fassbender slips out a new term that I know was bandied about on Covenant - Neomorph.

Interesting. 8)

BonesawT101

BonesawT101

#4
Neomorph? What could it mean... ???

whiterabbit

whiterabbit

#5
Well off the bat I assumed neo means new but then again the term essentially means mutant. So... it means nothing.  :-\

BonesawT101

BonesawT101

#6
Perhaps instead of the XENO term (which I am personally not a fan of) we have the Neomorph, essentially the new alien  ???

lv_226

lv_226

#7
It could also be that he isn't as well versed in Alien-lore and decidedly called it a neomorph instead of xenomorph?

426Buddy

426Buddy

#8
Neomorph  :laugh:

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Corporal Hicks

Corporal Hicks

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Quote from: lv_226 on Oct 21, 2016, 02:51:45 PM
It could also be that he isn't as well versed in Alien-lore and decidedly called it a neomorph instead of xenomorph?

Nah. It was deliberate. Like I said, I know that name was used during production.

Quote from: BonesawT101 on Oct 21, 2016, 12:58:27 PM
Perhaps instead of the XENO term (which I am personally not a fan of) we have the Neomorph, essentially the new alien  ???

It's quite likely. When they were working on Prometheus, they called the Jockey-Burster the Ultramorph. Seems quite likely that neomorph is another new design. Literally says new in the name. lol

lv_226

lv_226

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Quote from: Corporal Hicks on Oct 21, 2016, 03:22:13 PM
Quote from: lv_226 on Oct 21, 2016, 02:51:45 PM
It could also be that he isn't as well versed in Alien-lore and decidedly called it a neomorph instead of xenomorph?

Nah. It was deliberate. Like I said, I know that name was used during production.

Quote from: BonesawT101 on Oct 21, 2016, 12:58:27 PM
Perhaps instead of the XENO term (which I am personally not a fan of) we have the Neomorph, essentially the new alien  ???

It's quite likely. When they were working on Prometheus, they called the Jockey-Burster the Ultramorph. Seems quite likely that neomorph is another new design. Literally says new in the name. lol

Well, if that's the case then I hope the new design is actually the Alien design from the Covenant clapboard:


whiterabbit

whiterabbit

#11
It's keanu reeves in Alien meets the Matrix. Basically neo is face hugged and births the neomorph.  :laugh:

BonesawT101

BonesawT101

#12
For some reason I can't play the interview. What way does he use the term 'neomorph'? 

Scorpio

Scorpio

#13
Quote from: lv_226 on Oct 21, 2016, 04:27:29 PM



Anyone else think this design is much creepier than what we got in the film?  This is what the alien is based from.  Wishful thinking but I hope this is the neomorph.

Kurai

Kurai

#14
Neo-Morph... New Form, New Shape...

Perhaps David is going to pull an Elden? Become a Black Goo Synth?

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