We don't know much about Ridley Scott's Alien prequel, but one thing we do know is that when it finally hits the screen—with a script by Damon Lindelof—a new kickass actress will be needed to take the place of Sigourney Weaver's Ripley. But which of these three should it be?
Fans everywhere rejoiced when Ridley Scott came aboard Fox's origin story for its long-running Alien franchise—and clapped a bit when Lost's Damon Lindelof agreed to rewrite the script. But are budgetary concerns going to derail it?
Cakes are supposed to be beautiful, right? Not always. When it comes to cakes modeled on the Alien chestburster scene, it's only the grossest, most revolting, most repulsive cakes that can be filled with win.
Battlestar Galactica has gotten the Last Supper treatment. So have Lost and Star Wars. So why shouldn't Sigourney Weaver and the others stars of Alien also get to populate one of the world's most famous paintings?
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There are tons of iconic images in sci-fi movies and TV that give us chills, and one of them is that close-up of a space helmet with a reflection playing across the face of it. You know the moment we mean. And if ONE can give us goosebumps, just imagine what 35 will do!
Looks like Damon Lindelof's first major solo screenwriting gig now that he's wrapped up the mysteries of Lost will be to go back before of one of sci-fi's greatest movie franchises even began—because he just closed a deal to work on the long-in-development Alien prequel, which 20th Century Fox hopes (and WE hope) Ridley Scott will direct.
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Sigourney Weaver and Ridley Scott on the set of Alien.
The only thing cooler than Ridley Scott doing another Alien movie is Ridley Scott doing TWO Alien movies.