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The moon that the Nostromo visited has been colonized, but contact is lost.This time, colonial marines have impressive firepower, but will that be enough? It seems, however, the filmmaker was bluffing - Swedish actor Rapace has been spotted on the film's Australian set.200 years after her death, Ellen Ripley is revived as a powerful human/alien hybrid clone who must continue her battle against the aliens."Covenant" wants to be a sequel to the endlessly ambitious “Prometheus” on top of being a simple aliens-eat-humans romp for the series’ fans — two things that might not go well together.But as is the case with all coverage of movies that haven’t even come out yet, we guess we’ll find out when we actually see it!It used to be simple: Humans found an alien in space, and unless they were Sigourney Weaver, they became alien chow. There’s a new prologue for the forthcoming “Alien: Covenant” — its second so far, after its prior, which shows the exciting act of one spaceship crew going to sleep while a second one replaced them.
Titled “The Crossing,” the new, 2 ½-minute video is meant to answer at least one of the countless unanswered questions from 2012’s sorta-prequel “Prometheus,” namely: Whatever happened to David the android (Michael Fassbender) and human survivor Dr. (“Why couldn’t the filmmakers just settle for a world in which humans happened upon nasty aliens on a far-away planet and keep it at that?
Like “Prometheus,” this new film takes its title from the spacecraft where much of the action unfolds.
Though this trailer promises certain answers to the enigmatic lore that’s always been part of the “Alien” mythos, it’s sure to raise new questions as well.
How can there be such a powerful storm of such large particles and no- one's suits or helmets have any real damage?
And there isn't piles of the stuff building up everywhere? I suppose David's ability to read and speak a 2000 year old language isn't 'too' ridiculous, though it is still ridiculous.
Did they ask for volunteers at the unemployment office?