>Set years before ALIEN (1979), the series explores humanity's first encounter with the creature on EARTH. Many asked how did the Weyland-Yutani Corp. know about the eggs and the Derelict ship? They met the creatures before, that's how and this is the story on how they did it...on EARTH.
>When asked about the development on the next installment in the Alien franchise he stated the following, "They (Disney) are working on a few films, I gave them one of my scripts, but they aren't moving forward with it, they are doing something else. Something new and no, it's not like Prometheus or (Alien) Covenant, it's more in line with the first and the second. They (Disney) want to move with the franchise in a new direction and I'm fine with this. I told all I wanted to with Prometheus and Covenant storywise." >When asked on why his script was scrapped he followed with, "I won't say what didn't work or what did with the script, I think the problem was that I wanted to move from the xenomorph and they didn't like that. The creature is so iconic, I guess that's something that just doesn't want to let you go. And I won't say more."
prometheus and covenant might actually be ok movies if they moved them far away from any xenomorph franchise connections
dude i love 80's staple scifi movies such as ALIEN and ALIENS... god i wish i was born in the 80's, i would just watch ALIEN and ALIENS and BLADE RUNNER and STAR WARS all the time if i lived back then, that's all the kino i would ever need