Neill Blomkamp has released concept art from Alien 5 showing a massive dropship and a Xenomorph on the prowl.
Echoing comments made by Ridley Scott, director Neill Blomkamp confirms his own planned Alien sequel will never be made.
Ridley Scott seems to dash any remaining hopes that Neill Blomkamp's planned Alien sequel will ever see the light of day.
Franchise veteran Michael Biehn reveals the delayed sequel not only brings back Ripley and Corporal Hicks but also Newt from "Aliens."
The filmmaker has revealed the first look at the modified Pulse Rifle from his upcoming sequel to "Aliens."
The actress, who will reprise her iconic role as Ellen Ripley, assures, "I can’t think of a better director."
"I could imagine a situation where we finish telling the story," the erstwhile Ellen Ripley says about continuing the Alien saga.
Ridley Scott's developing Alien prequels — yes, seems as if that's actually happening — is in search of a new female lead to fill the void left by a lack of Ellen Ripley. But who will occupy that role? For that answer, you might not have to look much further than Sweden.
Prince of Persia and Clash of the Titans actress Gemma Arterton might be the new female lead in Ridley Scott's planned two-part prequel to Alien, according to the rising star herself.
At this past weekend's Los Angeles Times Hero Complex Film Festival, Ridley Scott revealed that his forthcoming Alien prequel will actually cover two separate films about the Space Jockey, the mysterious carcass discovered by Kane (John Hurt) moments before his fateful encounter with a facehugger in the first Alien film.