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Author Topic: What if third movie in prequel series does not exp...  (Read 1184 times)

Necronomicon II
Feb 04, 2019, 02:08:31 PM
Reply #30 on: Feb 04, 2019, 02:08:31 PM
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Damn thanks SM, we have a god damn living breathing encyclopedia of Alien footnotes over here  ;) :)  8) If that's the case then it follows that it can be made a recent event, though I surmise that David will fall some other way and some hero engineer quarantines the cargo, knowing they're screwed.


Stitch
Feb 04, 2019, 09:03:59 PM
Reply #31 on: Feb 04, 2019, 09:03:59 PM
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I'm absolutely expecting any future prequel movie not to explain the derelict. All the prequels seem to do is set up questions and then handwave the answers, so why change the habit of a lifetime with the third?


Huggs
Feb 04, 2019, 11:30:13 PM
Reply #32 on: Feb 04, 2019, 11:30:13 PM
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"Bring back life-form, priority one."

The company knew. So if the crash is a recent event, does that mean advent truly is the source of the company's knowledge?


SM
Feb 04, 2019, 11:48:10 PM
Reply #33 on: Feb 04, 2019, 11:48:10 PM
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Advent was sent from very near LV-426.

Extra-cinematic material sometimes has a habit of being discarded however.


Baron Von Marlon
Feb 05, 2019, 04:56:24 AM
Reply #34 on: Feb 05, 2019, 04:56:24 AM
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They could always put something similar to Advent in the new movie. Maybe a Company meeting discussing on how to proceed with the situation.
Cue to new ship and new crew waking up.

On topic:
I'd prefer they leave the Derelict alone. Leave it a mystery. The Space Jockey fanatics can still have their fantasy. And it provides more creative freedom, so they wouldn't have to force any corners in order to incorporate it into the movie.


chappaeye
Feb 05, 2019, 04:27:47 PM
Reply #35 on: Feb 05, 2019, 04:27:47 PM
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On topic:
I'd prefer they leave the Derelict alone. Leave it a mystery. The Space Jockey fanatics can still have their fantasy. And it provides more creative freedom, so they wouldn't have to force any corners in order to incorporate it into the movie.

As a Space Jockey fanatic, I'm okay with this. I'd prefer this to "Daddy-Issue-David created everything." I'm guessing we may never get the third film to see what happens or how things turn out, but since money makes the world go round, there's always a possibility that if a third film might make money, it will get backing and get bank rolled. As far as a third film getting made, now I'm more interested to find out how much involvement Sir Riddles will have in it based on the outcome of "Covenant" and "Prometheus"...how involved will R. Scott be with the third film...will he call the shots on directing or will he assign someone or recommend someone else direct the film and who? I'm standing by and curious. 


Predator@Alien
Feb 06, 2019, 09:55:36 AM
Reply #36 on: Feb 06, 2019, 09:55:36 AM
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For me, it's obvious that the Derelict crashed after Covenant because Xenomorphs did not exist before. I see a David's pursuit by the Engineers and lots of events that will lead to the crash of Derelict on LV-426. I have already tried to think about why eggs are found in the cargo ? What will become of Covenant colonists ? But I have not found an answer yet. But it will necessarily be in the following in my opinion. There is really one question that will probably not be answered: Why as luck would the Derelict crush on LV-426 right next to LV-223?


Necronomicon II
Feb 06, 2019, 10:08:32 AM
Reply #37 on: Feb 06, 2019, 10:08:32 AM
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On topic:
I'd prefer they leave the Derelict alone. Leave it a mystery. The Space Jockey fanatics can still have their fantasy. And it provides more creative freedom, so they wouldn't have to force any corners in order to incorporate it into the movie.

As a Space Jockey fanatic, I'm okay with this. I'd prefer this to "Daddy-Issue-David created everything." I'm guessing we may never get the third film to see what happens or how things turn out, but since money makes the world go round, there's always a possibility that if a third film might make money, it will get backing and get bank rolled. As far as a third film getting made, now I'm more interested to find out how much involvement Sir Riddles will have in it based on the outcome of "Covenant" and "Prometheus"...how involved will R. Scott be with the third film...will he call the shots on directing or will he assign someone or recommend someone else direct the film and who? I'm standing by and curious.

Daddy issues AND severe penis envy  ;D. Mmmmm. Yes.


El Pistolero
Feb 06, 2019, 12:40:25 PM
Reply #38 on: Feb 06, 2019, 12:40:25 PM
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I have a problem with introducing the xenomorphs in the prequel movies too much. A newcomer who watches the prequels first will miss all the mysteries in alien. Because everything is already explained.

I like the idea that the space jockey is some kind of an alien creature and from this creature, the engineers got all the technology.

I think it would be cool to see David fails with his creature and they mutate to something different. Or somehow they bring back the deacon. I want to see something like that, but the protomorphs will destroy the original alien movie very much. They should not take too much forward.

I would love to see a 3rd alien prequel. But I'm very afraid where this goes with Ridley Scott.

And yes they did money with covenant. But it was a huge drop compared to Prometheus. I think the chance that a 3rd movie is going to have another big drop is very high. I think the studio is not willing to risk that.



 

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