On Christmas Day we got a teaser trailer for Alien: Covenant, director Ridley Scott‘s third visit to the Alien franchise. Then, just last week, we were given an almost five-minute prologue video called “Last Supper.”
Now 20th Century Fox has released an official trailer for Alien: Covenant, which arrives in theaters in a little over two months from now. A new poster for the movie has also been released. Continue below to check out both now.
20th Century Fox has released a prologue to Ridley Scott‘s latest entry in the Alien franchise, titled Alien: Covenant.
The prologue is called “Last Supper,” and it runs a little under five minutes in length. It follows the crew of the Covenant we saw in a recent image, including Michael Fassbender, Katherine Waterston, Danny McBride, Billy Crudup, and DemiÃ¡n Bichir, letting loose and enjoying their last meal together before going into cryosleep on their way to colonize a far away planet.
Ridley Scott (Alien, Blade Runner) returns to the universe he created, with Alien: Covenant, a new chapter in his groundbreaking Alien franchise.
The crew of the colony ship Covenant, bound for a remote planet on the far side of the galaxy, discovers what they think is an uncharted paradise, but is actually a dark, dangerous world. When they uncover a threat beyond their imagination, they must attempt a harrowing escape. Check out a new photo of the crew after the jump!
Hopefully, all of you have been good little boys and girls, because 20th Century Fox has one last gift for you under the movie trailer tree. Today, the studio released the first trailer for Alien: Covenant. Directed by Ridley Scott, the film is the follow-up to Prometheus, and centers on a crew bound for a remote planet across the far side of the galaxy where they discover that paradise is actually a dangerous place inhabited by David (Michael Fassbender), the sole surviving synthetic android of the doomed spaceship Prometheus.
Jackie Director: Pablo LarraÃn Screenwriter: Noah Oppenheim Cast: Natalie Portman, Greta Gerwig, Peter Sarsgaard, Max Casella, Beth Grant, Billy Crudup, Richard E. Grant, John Hurt Distributor: Fox Searchlight Pictures Rated R | 99 minutes Release Date: December 2, 2016
Contemporary biopics no longer adhere to the traditional means of telling the entire life story of a subject. Nowadays, audiences are only given a small fraction of it. But it is in that stage of life that truly defines the subject. In Jackie, we see Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy at her most vulnerable point in life, where she has to deal with the grief of losing her husband, the 35th President of the United States, John F. Kennedy. The traumatic event would be enough to shatter anyone, but it is what she does in the aftermath that will truly cement her name among the greatest of First Ladies. With a strong script from Noah Oppenheim and director Pablo Larrin giving an outsider’s perspective on the matter, Jackie is hauntingly poetic view of an untold story. My full review below.