Another question, think about it if you may, probably not relevant at all but, if i had the chance, i would definately ask
Mr. Scott, obviously we are aware that many video game to movie adaptations don't work, Obviously the AVP movies are a great example of that, and there are plenty more outside of this universe. One particular video game, that has some features which are reminiscent of the facehugger from the Alien Universe, is Half-Life. I am not aware whether you are familiar with the specific franchise, but it has a very good storyline and much potential. Would you ever be interested in being the first director to properly translate that franchise into a Hollywood Blockbuster, presenting the same dark, gritty and horror and tense atmosphere of Alien, Prometheus and Covenant for this video game adaptation, or would you think you would get involved in too many Sci-fi movies?
Would you possibly make a story out of Amanda Ripley's story, like that presented in Alien:Isolation? Is there a possibility of making an Alien story aboard a huge space station and some simpler droid 'working joe' androids? Or do you think adding another movie with a 'humans vs Xeno' setting would flood the moviegoers with the Xenomorph and be too comparable to the original movie? Is your direction after Alien Covenant including the Xenomorph in an important role, or will the future movies (Like Awakening) rather focus on the Engineers, the Space Jockeys, or other Alien humanoid species and Colony explorations?