Alien: Romulus to be released theatrically on Aug. 16, 2024

Started by Gimitko, Jun 13, 2023, 03:49:16 PM

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Alien: Romulus to be released theatrically on Aug. 16, 2024 (Read 15,640 times)

Nightmare Asylum

YOOOOOO HERE WE GO!

Eal

*click* Noice.~

Mike’s Monsters

Theatrical too. I heard from someone on production this weekend that the theatrical release is indeed true as well. Perfect Organism's source was correct.

https://twitter.com/bdisgusting/status/1668647987822690310?s=46&t=_UkEryu2c2UmLOQcQ5K4SA

Nukiemorph

Covenant won't be the last Alien film we ever see in theaters!


RIP77

Logic. 


Death in Venice, The creator are released in cinema.

Iger wants a new policy with Fox premieres. Before, only very commercials in the cinema explained the president of Fox years ago, but now it is not like that and it is being seen in these changes.

This movement goes further than being for Alien but for Fox as a film studio not only on the Hulu platform except for some commercial release and independent cinema.

Prey would have been released in cinema with Iger.

Nightmare Asylum

Romulus theatrical definitely takes a bit of the sting out of the Avatar delays today.

Really, really excited and relieved that I'm going to get to see this on the big screen.

ED-E

Happy to hear this change.I hope that its not only because of Preys success but that they were convinced from the dailies that it's good for a theatrical release too.

Adam802

Nice.

Cautiously optimistic.

Nightmare Asylum

Just another thought – a theatrical release likely means a physical home media release as well.

Mike’s Monsters

Quote from: Nightmare Asylum on Jun 13, 2023, 06:41:08 PMJust another thought – a theatrical release likely means a physical home media release as well.

Most definitely.

Nightmare Asylum

Nightmare Asylum

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Quote from: Mike's Monsters on Jun 13, 2023, 06:54:45 PM
Quote from: Nightmare Asylum on Jun 13, 2023, 06:41:08 PMJust another thought – a theatrical release likely means a physical home media release as well.

Most definitely.

I'm reluctant to say definitely, if only because Disney/20th still has The Empty Man and Barbarian (the former being a theatrical release that COVID messed up, the latter being a proper theatrical release) sitting in a corner without physical releases right now, but given the brand attachment here, I'd say it is almost a certainty.

Rankles75


Necronomicon II

Chuffed to see this out in the wild now.

Nightmare Asylum

https://twitter.com/FANGORIA/status/1668666055445868544

QuoteÁlvarez, who co-wrote the film with Evil Dead's Rodo Sayagues, is an excellent choice for this particular project, and I can tell you that the off-the-record scuttlebutt on this one is strong. All signs point to Álvarez going HAM on this entry of the Alien franchise; believe me when I say that some of the things I've been told about the production will make Xeno superfans very happy, indeed.

Perhaps worth mentioning that Scott Wampler, who wrote this article, is very big on the prequel films.

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