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Alien: Covenant Finishes Shooting, New Image Revealed

News Bot Jul 20, 2016

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    Production has now wrapped on Alien: Covenant. The latest movie in the long-running sci-fi horror franchise has completed principal photography in Australia, and the series' official twitter account released a new behind-the-scenes image, featuring director Ridley Scott and star Katherine Waterston. Check it out below:
    Filming has wrapped. The next phase begins. #AlienCovenant pic.twitter.com/tH19MTGjfB
    — Alien Anthology (@AlienAnthology) July 19, 2016
    This is the latest in a number of images and videos released from the production. Earlier this month, a new clip revealed prosthetic work on a familiar appendage, while previous images have included Waterston in character and the insignia for the ship of the title.
    Alien: Covenant has assembled an impressive cast, which also includes Michael Fassbender, Billy Crudup, Demian Bichir, and Danny McBride. Last week, McBride revealed that the film would be a "dark horror movie," and despite being known as a comedy actor, he would not be there to lighten the tone.
    "[Scott] starts talking to me about it and starts showing me these diagrams of a spaceship," he told Hitfix. "I'm just thinking, as he's talking, 'Jesus, this is f**king Alien, he's talking to me about Alien right now.
    "And then my next thought was, 'Well why would he be interested in me for this? Am I just going to be the silly comic relief?' And then I got the script and I'm like, 'This sh*t is dark. There is no comic relief in this at all.'"
    Alien: Covenant was originally announced as a direct sequel to Scott's's 2012 hit Prometheus, but has subsequently gone through a couple of name changes to align it closer to the Alien series. It hits cinemas on August 4, 2017.


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