Personally I hope none do. I want that thing to have been there thousands of years. It's one change I'm glad was made to Spaihts' script.
Not necessarily involving a plot involving a human crew whose interaction effects the events leading to the derelict crashing on LV426.
While it has an implication of being marooned on LV426 for a long time the thousands of years aspect has been retroactively been proven invalid since the Space Jockey is not a skeleton but a bio tech suit, its a phrase Dallas in Alien simply assumed "alien life form, its been dead long time, fossilized, looks like its grown out of the chair."
True the setting of the circumstance is something to take into consideration, to evoke a long history. The point I was getting across is that the particular events where space jockey succumbs to a chest burster crashing his ship was the center piece on what we though we'd be getting with Prometheus, its what us fans were lead to believe we were being given, an alien prequel, that is until the vague word from those involved in its production suggested other wise and ultimately turned out to be. If Covenant doesn't fare so well Fox may decide to discarded the other sequels it would be all for nothing. We probably wont be getting the installment that portray the events of LV426 until 2024