Ridley Scott Is Reportedly At Work On A Third ‘Alien’ Prequel
The film franchise could also be king, however not each franchise is equal. Some reboots have struggled to attach with audiences (i.e., generate profits). For each MCU entry or live-action Disney remake there’s an underperforming Terminator fivequel, a wanly-received Predator reboot. And then there’s Alien, whose most up-to-date installment — 2017’s Alien: Covenant — acquired blended opinions and Hoovered up a mere $74.three million in North America.
Those numbers aren’t discouraging Ridley Scott, who directed the 1979 authentic, in addition to its first prequel, 2012’s Prometheus. The filmmaker spoke with Variety for the 40th anniversary of the one which began all of them, and buried within the prolonged piece was this: Scott is reportedly engaged on a Covenant follow-up, which is within the script section.
The Variety piece presents no additional explanations, nor even a quote from Scott about his involvement. Scott additionally spoke with The Hollywood Reporter, by which he was additionally obscure about the way forward for the Alien franchise. He instructed THR he was, of their phrases, “pushing a fresh take” versus repeating himself or giving audiences what they need (i.e., plenty of alien chow motion). He nonetheless didn’t provide specifics, saying as a substitute that “we’re looking where we’re going to evolve.”
So there you have got it: Scott is engaged on a follow-up to a movie that probably misplaced some huge cash, although one which may be underrated — extra attention-grabbing as a philosophical blockbuster than a horror film about hungry Xenomorphs. Of course, Scott might all the time piggy-back off the viral success of the highschool play adaptation of the film that made his identify.
(Via Variety and THR)
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