A trio of films connection Prometheus and Alien will help answer questions on the franchise's many mysteries.
A new report reveals that the acid-bleeding aliens and the infamous space jockey still have critical roles to play in Ridley Scott's Prometheus, which was previously billed as an Alien prequel.
Ridley Scott and Damon Lindelof's Alien prequel is dead, replaced by what they're describing as an entirely original science fiction concept that only retains "strands of Alien's DNA."
The Oscar-winning actress is reportedly up for the supporting role of Vickers in Fox and Ridley Scott's developing Alien prequels.
Ridley Scott's two-part relaunch of the Alien franchise is reportedly called Paradise, with possible casting additions including Noomi Rapace, Michael Fassbender and Michelle Yeoh. UPDATED!
Noomi Rapace is considered Ridley Scott's favorite contender for the lead role in his Alien prequels, but could Olivia Wilde or Abbie Cornish take her place?
Add two more names to the Alien prequel rumor mill, folks: Anne Hathaway is the latest actress mentioned in connection with Ridley Scott's return to the sci-fi franchise, while James Franco is also reportedly up for a role.
The actress just passed on director Alfonso Cuaron's Gravity for Warner Bros., but her days in outer orbit aren't necessarily numbered -- according to reports, she's the front runner for the lead role in Ridley Scott's upcoming Alien prequel.
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.