Alien Covenant: Survivors Explore Giger-Esque Engineers City Deleted Scene - Explained

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    Early in the script process for Alien: Covenant, there was a scene in which David guided the survivors through the streets of the Engineers city.

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  • kazakhseven
    kazakhseven 1 day ago

    Prometheus and Alien covenant don't seem to connect much - They even end up on some different planet! No explaniation by Ridley scott why he called the people there Engineers when they are not and don't even look like them! The whole thing was not thought through and people were made to expect answers in Alien covenant with so much hype and then they put 2 fingers up to the fans! Its come to the stage where the Xenomorph is not even scary at all. Scotts original instinct was right to give the franchise a new lease of life by introducing Engineers and so you expected Gigers ideas to be prominant but we got ancient Roman or Greek culture!

  • Georgios Papadopoulos

    No binary logic no sattelites no computing no telecommunications that's why they had to come and go and that's why the engineers were hailing David and the death cargo, they hadn't heard from the LV-426 for thousands of years and thought the pilot was one of them. That's why maybe their ships record everything in 3D, because they had to go back to their planet to give the information of what they were doing 'out there'. David found their weak point and destroyed them.

  • Matthew D
    Matthew D 2 days ago

    absolutely tragic editing process in this film - once again, why the f**k did they cut this from the final version???! unbelievable, the exploration of the Engineer planet/Paradise, as well as any information relevant to the engineers, their endeavours, and their civilisations, was primarily what I was most looking forward to in this film - also what the film was primed to develop and portray. tragically, Scott made huge editing and script revisions, listening to a body of the fanbase and bringing back more of the Xenomorph storyline; after having introduced us to a new world of the Alien universe. tragic blow to the prequel trilogy, it's now a mess, flip-flopping all-over the place, even though I still loved Convenant.
    And, I would have liked any combination of the 'Giger-esque' architecture with the more Greco-Roman designs and architecture together, both looked amazing. sigh, what a let down. all would be redeemed if they released an unedited version in the Blu-ray package, but from what I'm hearing, that's also out?

  • Andrew McColl
    Andrew McColl 2 days ago

    Wasted opportunity.

  • Ashleigh Cartwright
    Ashleigh Cartwright 2 days ago

    We are going to see what David has done to Shaw in the next film.
    The engineers are going to return to the covenant planet, David has buried the memory of Shaw, what is left of her is a hybrid of alien human and she's going to be alive.

    She is going to be the brain, the collective consciousness of all the aliens and the engineers don't have the heart to kill it. They will come to worship or at least respect what she is.

    She is going to be a queen of sorts that all knowledge is kept within of the species.

  • Ed & Darinda Sessions IV

    My wife and I liked Alien Covenant. But we agree with you completely. Ridley Scott could have really really hit it out of the park if he had put so much more in to it.

    And not nearly as much about the David's psychotic pets! Scott could have went sooooooo in depth about the engineers city. There culture.

    And still kept some of the stuff about the Aliens. But not make the entire movie about them!!

  • Ed & Darinda Sessions IV

    Check this shit out!!!

    Fox Reassessing Ridley Scott’s Planned ‘Alien’ Movies
    Kevin Jagernauth July 21, 2017 10:17 am News

    It’s been a summer of franchises that might have made okay money (largely thanks to international ticket sales) but left audiences disappointed.

    “Transformers: The Last Knight,” “The Mummy,” and “Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales” all fall into that category, but “Alien: Covenant” is its own special thing.

    Not only was the sequel to “Prometheus“/prequel to “Alien” a box office disappointment (it earned nearly $200 million less than its predecessor worldwide), but it arguably severely damaged the brand.

    Ridley Scott spent the press tour promising at least two more followups, and boldly stated the next film would be in front of cameras within 14 months. However, that may not be happening.

    THR reveals that Fox is going to “reassess” what they’re doing with Scott’s two planned “Alien” movies.

    At the moment, the director is shooting “All The Money In The World” which he is racing to complete in time for the awards season, and after that, he’s apparently expected to film the adaptation of Don Winslow‘s drug drama “The Cartel.”

    If that’s the case, it certainly means the “Alien” franchise is going to be on ice for a while, and by the sounds of it, Fox is considering whether or not they want to proceed with the rest of the narrative Scott has planned out.

    Certainly, the “Alien” franchise isn’t going to hibernate.

    It’s far too valuable for them to leave to the side, but I bet Neill Blomkamp‘s scrapped “Alien” movie is looking more enticing with each passing day.

    It would certainly be a way to revive the franchise and bring Sigourney Weaver‘s Ripley back to the big screen.

    That alone would restore the excitement to the series that seems to have faded.

  • hoefler69
    hoefler69 3 days ago

    Totally stupid. The Roman thing made no sense.

  • david eirth
    david eirth 3 days ago

    I loved Prometheus, have watched it around 15 times, and will probably watch it another 20. Also loved Covenant and will also watch it multiple times as well.  Ridley has deserved the respect to go the in direction he wants. The story line  may not add up now but will finish with a bang. How many times have we watched TV/Movie series that have been awsome in the middle  but end average ?

  • Chris F
    Chris F 3 days ago

    Do you think that Ridley and company essentially cut out all of the engineer sequences and plot threads due to the following things? 1. The backlash that some Alien purists didn't want a film centered in the Alien universe, but rather another direct tie in to Alien? 2. The creative team deciding that their budget was 30-35 million dollars less than Prometheus and figured they could get back to their horror roots and write off an engineer centric world?

  • Rhensel88
    Rhensel88 4 days ago

    What part of the whole those people were not engineers do you not understand??? I promise you that they are two different species and that is the direction the franchise will go. The beings we saw in the movie worshiped the engineers as gods. They looked different because they were different. It's called reading between the lines.

  • pplr1
    pplr1 4 days ago

    I don't care much either way in terms of romanesque or Giger-eque but I am one of the people who agreed this was a major wasted opportunity to explore more of the engineers-which is what I expected and hoped for from a sequel to Prometheus.

  • FrakU2
    FrakU2 4 days ago

    Design continuity makes sense for movies but it's not necessary for me. I would rather something different anyway! It's like saying our buildings should look closely related to a B-2 stealth bomber. The science for buildings is very different than the science for war machines.

  • Grant Saunders
    Grant Saunders 4 days ago

    I'm pretty sure it was an outpost of the engineers with a race they engineered. The population worshiped the engineers as gods. I think the original idea was to make it the engineers home world, but clearly it isn't. They look nothing like engineers, their architecture is greek/ roman. This is a civilization that is behind humans.

  • Shareef King Jr
    Shareef King Jr 5 days ago

    that would of been dope smh.. They fucked this movie up...😥😥😥

  • czar225
    czar225 5 days ago

    Aside from a million other stupid things, one thing I really hated in this movie was the engineer city and architecture. Besides some chrystaline lamps, there wasn't any technology. How did David engineer the xenomorphs without a lab?

  • SpaceFX
    SpaceFX 5 days ago

    What a hack job.

  • elanastocker
    elanastocker 5 days ago

    I would really like to learn more about the engineers for sure. Instead Alien movies tend to have a cookie cutter approach...same plot, different people. Bummer.

  • SlyRy
    SlyRy 5 days ago

    They may be saving this architecture for the third film.

  • zerocool gonna hack u

    Fuck thught it was The actual deleted scene 😧😧😧

  • Devil0027
    Devil0027 6 days ago

    This is what happens when people complained about not enough alien in Prometheus. Now it's not enough Prometheus lore in alien movie. Wasn't a bad movie, just wasn't sure was it trying to be more Prometheus or more Alien

  • Jeremy Vargas
    Jeremy Vargas 6 days ago


  • maezfkd
    maezfkd 6 days ago

    are the engineers in covenant the same from Prometheus? cause they look similar but not the same, and they didn't look as big either, they look more like a cross between humans and the engineers

  • Andy Peters
    Andy Peters 6 days ago

    that script sounded miles better why the hell didnt we get that ffs instead we got a very generic no frills alien film minus the giger effect im so not happy right now

  • Destiny Captain
    Destiny Captain 6 days ago +1

    Some of the guys that did artwork for AC have made comments to the effect that there was some kind of back and forth with legal and the Giger estate. The change in look may be a result of this. They may have simply decided to go in a less actionable direction. Both the AVP Galaxy Podcast and The Perfect Organism Podcast have interviews to this effect.

  • Chris Rardin
    Chris Rardin 6 days ago +1

    The execution for this film could not have been any worse.

  • MixxedMonster
    MixxedMonster 6 days ago

    maybe that man was making budget cuts necessary to pull off the next one? idk...never any logic to Ridley Scott. lol

  • ehall720
    ehall720 6 days ago +1

    Seems very clear that a last minute decision was made in production that this was not to be the Engineers home world. Given the way Covenant ended, I suspect we may be headed there now (or eventually).

  • Doc Rusicov
    Doc Rusicov 6 days ago

    I really want to know why they ditched the Gigerian look and replaced it with this pseudo ancient Earth culture crap. Why ditch the look that made the xenomorphs and space jockey so memorable? And why replace it with something so bland?

  • PVPUnknown2011
    PVPUnknown2011 6 days ago +2

    I don't know how this is a prequel to Alien movies when david created the face hugger. Like how did davids eggs get on the engineer ship in the movie Alien. I want answers please!!!

  • Tasnim Zaki
    Tasnim Zaki 6 days ago +1

    Higer's art is what made this franchise special in the first place

  • Rodrigo F. R. de Souza

    They probably scrapped these concepts because they're probably planning to use them on a sequel. What we now know as the Neomorph was originally planned to appear on "Prometheus", so...

  • Brian Carpenter
    Brian Carpenter 6 days ago


  • jtt4chem
    jtt4chem 6 days ago +1

    After highly anticipating this film since it was announced, and then having that anticipation building to a fever pitch from Christmas to May 19. Seeing the final product left me with a sour feeling about all news related to the Alien franchise. I remember seeing Life and thinking "this will tide me over til AC comes out". If I only new then that I would be more entertained by that movie than AC. Any new news has me like "meh". "Coulda, shoulda, woulda". Well at least we got OATS and a pissed off Neil Bloomkamp out of the deal...

    • Ryan Gettig
      Ryan Gettig 6 days ago

      Neill=such a smart move in taking 1 step back but really 2 steps forward,like a chess move by deploying&displaying his skills&sizzle to YOU KNOW WHO-I'm actually inspired by it & I'm a District 9 Man.My fave Oats was God-Serengeti..

  • Georgios Papadopoulos
    Georgios Papadopoulos 6 days ago +1

    These scenes cost a lot!

  • Skeptical Panda
    Skeptical Panda 6 days ago +1

    I definitely want to see the long cut.

  • BJ Vynz
    BJ Vynz 6 days ago

    The Roman aspect of the Engineers was a crock of shit. They should have gone with, and only with, the more Giger-esque architecture.

    Of course, the Engineers are a crock of shit so what does it really matter.

  • Molto Vomito
    Molto Vomito 6 days ago

    Well, the idiots who cried about no Xenos in Prometheus got exactly what they wanted. Instead of an improved Prometheus sequel, we got a shitty Alien prequel.

  • J. A. Blum
    J. A. Blum 6 days ago +1

    Just because of the way they were dressed and the lack of evident technology, I assumed Paradise was not the actual home world. I assumed it was more like an Amish community, and David used it as a place to begin experiment without them being able to call for help.

  • Rectal Blowout
    Rectal Blowout 6 days ago +1

    very angery

  • Sting Savage
    Sting Savage 7 days ago +2

    I like the Roman/Greek Asthetic but Gigers Asthetic is more traumatizing but beautiful in its own right. I do want to see more Daniels and Walter scenes in covenant because there is a lot of chemistry between the two, and I personally ship them..

  • Lord Gargamel
    Lord Gargamel 7 days ago

    My dick smell is exquisite.

  • Merlchar
    Merlchar 7 days ago +1

    In short, yes. As for question # 2: Geiger.

  • thtkidfrmvab
    thtkidfrmvab 7 days ago +3

    We wanted Shaw!

    • CrossCynical
      CrossCynical 6 days ago

      I think as a storyline movie goers never wanted to see Shaw, being a good natured character, meet a gruesome end like they took in Covenant. Even if they did do that, the only way I could see them redeeming David is if we find out that the engineers killed her and David, who was in love with her, in a moment of rage and fury unleashes the goo. Feeling unsatisfied with that vengeance, he goes on to figure out a way to not only erase them but their own creations, hence his efforts to make the xenos. Instead, it looks like we got just a generic evil robot.

  • Jaw Knee
    Jaw Knee 7 days ago

    Maybe they're saving it for awakening.

  • Richard Brickell
    Richard Brickell 7 days ago +1

    I like the idea of more of a Roman style look and feel

  • Jose Cortez
    Jose Cortez 7 days ago

    Good movie stop bitching about it .. make your own fucken movies and go from there till then 🖕🏼lmao

  • thisisgregory
    thisisgregory 7 days ago +1

    Oh, we're calling it Planet Four now? aha

  • Ahmet Can Vargün
    Ahmet Can Vargün 7 days ago +3

    I think, the beings on the planet in Alien Covenant are not the engineers but just another "civilization project". They removed the tech and the solar thing to show us that these are not the engineers.

  • Andrew Dempsey
    Andrew Dempsey 7 days ago +1

    sickening. absolutly bloody sickening. those pictures are amazing. how good this film could have been. they ruined it.

  • Andy Godbeer
    Andy Godbeer 7 days ago +1

    It was an apology film, and unfortunately Ridley crammed too much in at once to try and keep everyone happy, and he screwed it up because of that. Blomkamp needs to be given the chance to freshen it up. The stuff that is coming out of Oats Studio is amazing, and he's ramming it down Fox's throat as proof right now. It's like " fuck you for cancelling my Alien movie bitches"! And his last 3 shorts are better than Covenant, fact!

  • ty sam
    ty sam 7 days ago +1

    I just dont understand how a species that seems so advanced in the field of biology doesnt have an advanced looking city, it doesnt have to be flying cars but buildings made out of rock for a species that travel space and extreme bio weapons doesnt add up unless the engineers are not the actual engineers and just another creation like us

  • The CyborgPredator
    The CyborgPredator 7 days ago +1

    There a different species of engineer...

  • Eric Jeffrey
    Eric Jeffrey 7 days ago +1

    Its not an awful sequel, its a great movie

  • Tate Bradfute
    Tate Bradfute 7 days ago +1

    Was I the only one that really liked the movie?

  • KMarta92
    KMarta92 7 days ago +1

    This isn't making any sense. If David "created" the neomorphs then how have the predators been breeding them for all this time?

  • hmartinspliff
    hmartinspliff 7 days ago +1

    David's gone too far this time. If I see him on the street, I'll cut him first. I won't need to bring it like Walter with that _"There's been a few upgrades since your time"_ malarkey.......I won't need upgrades to tear David a new one.

  • Cantabrian100
    Cantabrian100 7 days ago +1

    So many cool ideas and concepts never made it. Liking the 'da Vinci-esque' feel from some of these designs.

  • Guts No Glory
    Guts No Glory 7 days ago +1

    the ones ob planet 4 arent engineers.

  • mrKWJones
    mrKWJones 7 days ago +2

    Yeah, I'm upset. I've always wanted that exploration feel of the unknown. Not everything needs to be explained, much like the original Alien film. The rewatchability of that was amazing because so much mystery encompassed it.

  • chewface
    chewface 7 days ago +1

    Cutting out Giger architecture in a fucking Alien movie = Bad idea. Were the writers on crack or something? I swear, the more I learn about what was cut....between this AND Prometheus....I am becoming more and more convinced that the writers, producers, and director....genuinely WANTED to fuck the project up as much as possible.

  • Jay Radcliff
    Jay Radcliff 7 days ago +2

    I am sure it will be in the next one.

  • dskillzhtown
    dskillzhtown 7 days ago +1

    There was a really good movie that was butchered to make Covenant. Alot of good ideas never made it to the screen. Don't trust anyone involved to learn from this and make a good third movie.

  • Noah Bird
    Noah Bird 7 days ago +1

    The biggest failure I've seen is fan boys lacking vision & whining about what they want to see instead of filling in holes with their own mind & waiting for trilogy to finish.

    • Erik Lerström
      Erik Lerström 7 days ago

      Well its not that simple. The plot holes and weak characters WERE there. They were real issues holding prometheus back. So complaining about it IS the right thing to do. "The lack of alien" argument though is absolute horseshit, the movie is called prometheus not "alien returns" or whatever. I mostly heard people with legit complaint about the script, but maybe fox and ridley heard the "wrong" complaints? maybe test audiences (problably mostly youngish boys, the worst group of people (my people sadface) that exists) went on and on about "whoot baut my alieeenz in mah alienz movah!!!!". Or fox and ridley didnt even bother checking, assumed the worst, and just went with the easy solution and brought back the alien.

  • Martin Chládek
    Martin Chládek 7 days ago +7

    This is *NOT* the Engineer planet and they are *NOT* the Engineers, so we aren't getting any of this stuff, because it would get the audience confused. It had to look primitive, so it would be more obvious that it's just a colony. I think they will use these ideas in the Alien Awakening for the more detail story about the real Engineers. Covenant was about David, that's why there was so little about them and were killed in 2 minute long scene. So please, *STOP* calling it Engineer planet ffs.

    • Kds Cool
      Kds Cool 5 days ago

      It's Engineer's planet and they are engineers, it was confirmed many times by Ridley and writers before and after Covenant's release, including that script page, which confirms it once again. Ridley doesn't have mysterious master plan, it exists as it is. This is why this movie is a mess. Ridley didn't have a plan how to continue the story before Prometheus and he didn't have a plan before Covenant.

    • czar225
      czar225 5 days ago

      Stop acting like this is all part of some well thought out master plan for where these movies are going. Ridley Scott is just making this garbage up as he goes along.

    • Martin Chládek
      Martin Chládek 6 days ago

      CrossCynical Yes, that was the "early stage" of production of the Covenant, then they changed the story to a more Alien kind of movie and postponded the more detailed Engineers story to Awakening. Again, this was not the Engineers planet so all those cool buildings and themes had to be changed to a more basic form to fit the story.

    • CrossCynical
      CrossCynical 6 days ago

      I do recall Ridley Scott specifically stating that the planet in this movie was the engineer's homeworld. However, I don't know if that was only true only during early filming when it was going to be Paradise/Paradise Lost and before the decision to go with what they wound up with in Alien Covenant.

  • Rheanon Jasmyne
    Rheanon Jasmyne 7 days ago +1

    As much as I love Michael Fassbender, I've had it with RS, he's totally fucked ALIEN movies for me ! I LOVED Prometheus, but hated AC !

  • mondo Gamino
    mondo Gamino 7 days ago +1

    i agree with comments below. this would have made covenant exactly what i was hoping to watch. the technology behind the engineers is what made prometheus so interesting. the fact that the engineers created humans was the cherry on top. man i was so dissapointed for covenant.

  • cloudinfinity
    cloudinfinity 7 days ago +1

    I was really hoping there would be more exploration of the engineers in this movie... was a bit disappointed.

  • sufiest666
    sufiest666 7 days ago +1

    I think there is just one exciting thing that Prometheus had started which is: Every culture have their own understanding of what the Engineers are about ....for me they more look like Jews other than Romans even the hoods they are wearing it is more reminding me of the Jews.... even the architecture it looks to me like a Jewish civilization.... and that is they were stranded in a planet where they were promised to get back to their promised land which is earth and the returning of the juggernaut is like returning of hope to them that is why they gathered around it hailing for the return......

  • Matt Zilla
    Matt Zilla 7 days ago +1

    I liked the film but I was dissapointed that the movie didn't really tell us more about the Engineers. Ridley says that the Engineers are going to return in the next one but I hope to learn more about their culture and technology the next time around. The Engineers are now a part of this universe. They have to be qualified.

  • Erick R.
    Erick R. 7 days ago +1

    i saw alien covenant just because i wanted to know more about engineers.
    Now i will not pay for any alien movie again.

    • Erik Lerström
      Erik Lerström 7 days ago

      lol you couldve just waited a day or two and watched a spoilerfree review on youtube... watched a couple of they all talked about how it was an alien movie not an engineer movie. So thats really on you. Maybe the next one is like your dream movie but now you wont go and see it haha

  • panpo98
    panpo98 7 days ago +1

    I know many don't like Alien vs Predator 1 (AVP) but I thought that movie manage to integrate both and have exploration. Thing that Alien Covenant had problems with Alien and Engineers. They could have starting with a longer better Engineers story and then have Alien stuff in the right places and the right way. Like being stalked from the shadows while exploring, Alien images on the walls and so on. Both group of fans could have liked the same scenes for different reasons.

  • Ryan Gomez
    Ryan Gomez 7 days ago +1

    I didn't hate Prometheus because of the lack of aliens but because Prometheus said it was gonna answer questions that it didn't for the sake of making a franchise

    JONINXBOX 7 days ago +1

    They probably changed it to cover the fact the crew flew all about to find a landing spot and how the hell they missed a MASSIVE CITY! close enough to them from where they landed (close enough to get to quickly after the initial attack)

  • hardwing
    hardwing 7 days ago +1

    The city of the Engineers(if they truly were) looked just perfect the way it was. Not every advanced civilisation needs to have cities in a style we would consider modern.

  • Hernán Tello
    Hernán Tello 7 days ago +1


  • Channing Beauchene
    Channing Beauchene 7 days ago +1

    My best guess as to why Ridley would leave out all that amazing design work that's similar to what we saw in Prometheus is because the civilization in Covenant are not the same race of Engineers from Prometheus.
    The Prometheus Engineer eyes were completely black, their skin was almost translucent white and they wore those Geiger bodysuits.
    I don't see much overlap between the Engineers from both films outside of the wearing similar robes (like what we saw at the start of Prometheus) and having the same space craft.
    It seemed odd to me that they recorded things on paper in Covenant when we saw nothing non- technological like that on the Planet in Prometheus.

  • Chop2009
    Chop2009 7 days ago

    Not upset...Just disappointed.

  • JuDe Mixx
    JuDe Mixx 7 days ago +1

    nobody cares about the alien franchise anymore stop reporting on it hybrid

  • Barry Allen
    Barry Allen 7 days ago +1

    Almost everything i hear about concept art early scripts and deleted scenes and the graphic novels sounds way better than what they decided to go for whos the cunt at fox that hears these great ideas and says lets do something else thats completely shit

  • Jasin Changolini
    Jasin Changolini 7 days ago +1

    I am so pissed off they didn't use more Geghard! jk No but yes, it would be so much more awesome if they went beyond Aliens and explored the Engineer world.. but i guess that will always remain the B-Side of this franchise.. damn studios

  • goblinb
    goblinb 7 days ago +1

    I think they should have stuck with the Giger look. It's present in all of the other films, why not this one. I think it would have been more consistent.

  • UnKn0wn86
    UnKn0wn86 7 days ago +1

    instead of this all we got is a scene "i'll do the fingering".

  • Aaron Normington
    Aaron Normington 7 days ago +1

    This is what happens when the studio gets involved too much to the film

  • Bleex
    Bleex 7 days ago +1

    RedLetterMedia has the BEST review of Alien Covenant and why it was such a shitty movie.

  • Joe Arce
    Joe Arce 7 days ago +1

    I didn't really mind the Roman architecture

  • ZeroFallout1
    ZeroFallout1 7 days ago +1

    It wasn't just that they didn't explore the engineer world it was they made them looked dumb. Why would they all be there at the square. Movie would of been better if a couple engineer survived the holocaust cause they were outside the city. Their goal would be same as the humans and tryinging to get off planet. Most of them get killed trying to reach the communications room by the time humans arrive. Some of the covenent are killed by surviving engineers cause they think it was humans who attacked them.David take a them to city. After seeing the city the crew ask about the engineers. Movie city plot and ending stays the same. After credit we get a camera pan to the planet where the last engineer makes it to communications room and telling the actual homeworld about the humans who attacked their colony.

  • scannaunderscore1
    scannaunderscore1 7 days ago +1

    if the ships looked giger then the buildings should have aswell they just screwed up yet again

    • Jose
      Jose 7 days ago

      scannaunderscore1 They had one job..

  • Edwin Nova
    Edwin Nova 7 days ago +4

    I believe they cut these aspects of the film b/c they changed the story that David & Dr Shaw arrived at the Engineers Home world. I believe that the giant people we saw were another experimental race created by the Engineers. This is why their city was more primitive and focused around the area where the Engineers originally landed. This is also why they didn't look exactly like the Engineers themselves. Everyone gathered on that docking platform b/c they thought they were meeting their makers, who must of took off long ago with a promise to return. These early concepts of a Giger-esc world, would of only worked if they were actually on the Engineers Home Planet.

  • z zz
    z zz 7 days ago +1

    they have no idea what they are doing also you have no idea either

  • Christopher Lewis
    Christopher Lewis 7 days ago +22

    Alien covenant was a mess. We wanted Shaw and engineers. We got david and flute playing

    • Ivin3690
      Ivin3690 4 days ago

      Christopher Lewis that was not bad lol

    • Tae S
      Tae S 5 days ago

      don't forget the kiss

    • Ryan Gettig
      Ryan Gettig 7 days ago


    • Christopher Lewis
      Christopher Lewis 7 days ago


    • Jose
      Jose 7 days ago

      Christopher Lewis Just blow, I'll do the fingering.

  • Tawskee Productions
    Tawskee Productions 7 days ago +1

    Lol another reason to be mad at ridley scoot

  • MrIntrondepot
    MrIntrondepot 7 days ago +1

    Ridley fucking over the other creatives that were involved. Ridley is editing history to turn alien into a beloved franchise into a pet project to convey his beliefs to people. By systematically negating the efforts of the other artists.

  • Leondrius
    Leondrius 7 days ago +3

    Why in the world would they not put this in the theatrical release? This scene could have actually MADE the movie. It's Ridley Scott's fault for holding back from the fans that ticket sales were low.

    • Leondrius
      Leondrius 7 days ago

      Or whoever's fault it was.

  • maneco88
    maneco88 7 days ago +1

    like roman/giger would be interesting

  • asvarien
    asvarien 7 days ago

    Seems like someone wrote a good story for Alien Covenant and they started making a good film but then changed their minds, cancelled everything and gave us the weak slop of a movie we got.

  • Johnny Hall
    Johnny Hall 7 days ago +2

    0:47 "Yea, though I walk through the valley in the shadow of death. . ."

  • Henbot
    Henbot 7 days ago +3

    As someone who actual has Giger's work to call this stuff Giger-esque is stupid. It weak attempt at mimicry and I get why tehy cut it because it doesnt look nearly as good as his stuff and the space jockey biomechanical body didnt even have legs, it literally melded with the fucking ship. Sure them exploring the world be interesting but it the same issue with Prometheus when you had these scientists not bothering to investigate the god damn world they on and not act like rational explorers. Both films have had characters that are just filled with woeful irrationality. Alien on the other hand had characters that acted like actual people.

    • Doc Rusicov
      Doc Rusicov 6 days ago

      They probably have to call it Giger-esque (As a side note, wouldn't Gigerian be a much better term?) because Giger isn't actually involve in these movies anymore. It's Giger-esque precisely because they're trying to mimic his work while still creating new things rather than using his already existing works.

  • Trestan Emperor
    Trestan Emperor 7 days ago +1

    I am confused, the change in the script regarding the city architecture may indicates that those well.. not Engineers but humanoids, but David dialogue about them where he considered them as the Engineers!! So again I am confused!!

  • Mardy Montemayor
    Mardy Montemayor 7 days ago +1

    It's clear that they cut all the interesting engineer lore in favor of more xenomorph focused story. Very unfortunate that they bent the knee and focused on xenos instead of continuing the story that was set up by the first film.

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