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In Wednesday’s penultimate episode of American Horror Story: Roanoke, Audrey declared, “Everybody’s dead!” — which was demonstrably false, since when she shouted it Lee was standing right next to her, very much alive, thanks. Still, the outburst succeeded in impressing upon new arrival Dylan (who’d played Ambrose in My Roanoke Nightmare) that the goings-on at the Millers’ former house were “not a joke.” Of course, even if the reenactress’ exaggeration hadn’t done the trick, what happened next undoubtedly would have have gotten the message across to Dylan that the variety of s— he was in was the deep sort. »
Film Congress Marketplace to take place in Los Angeles, USA | Berlin, Germany | Lagos, Nigeria | Teheran, Iran | Cannes, France
Ocean, Life, Water: The 9th Green Me Global Festival for Sustainability is rolling out the red green carpet in Los Angeles, CA October 17th to 23 at the Landmark Regent Theater in Westwood.
An expert jury under the patronage of Ralf Möller will award the greenest movies around the topic Ocean/Life/Water.- More than 20 Films will be screened, 10 green presentations, 5 panel discussions, a Film Workshop for Film Schools and an Award Gala will shine in a green light.
An impressive number of films have been submitted for the Green Me Award 2016.
The question of how we, humanity, will survive the coming years »
- Sydney Levine
Click image to enlarge The photo is captioned "Nowhere to run" on Facebook, with two hashtags reading #AlienCovenant and #Daniels, alluding to this shot of Katherine Waterston being a pivotal moment in the upcoming Ridley Scott-directed film that will follow Prometheus and function as another prequel of sorts to Scott's own Alien movie. Waterston is playing Daniels, and everything about her screams Ellen Ripley. From the short hair to the sweaty tank top to the badass weapon beside her, they're definitely evoking the series' most iconic character, introducing a new heroine who, from the looks of it, has nowhere to run here. Is she being chased by an alien? Is she the last one left standing (or sitting, from the looks of it)? Definitely looks like...
- Erik Davis
Almost exactly one month ago today, the first set photo surfaced from Alien: Covenant, as production got under way in Australia on director Ridley Scott's sci-fi epic. That particular image revealed the Weyland-Yutani connection to this movie, while we've also seen photos of a massive alien massacre over the past few weeks. We haven't gotten any official first looks at the cast members, but that all changed today with the arrival of a new photo featuring Katherine Waterston as Daniels.
This new image debuted from the Alien Anthology Twitter page, which was taken directly from one of the monitors on set. We don't know for sure if this photo was taken on the Covenant ship itself, or where in the story this scene takes place. The story follows the crew of the colony ship Covenant, who are bound for a remote planet on the far side of the galaxy. »
Filming is currently underway on Ridley Scott's Alien: Covenant, and -- perhaps in belated celebration of the original film's 37th anniversary yesterday -- the Alien Anthology Twitter account has tweeted out the first official look at the film. The dark-hued image (taken from one of the on-set camera monitors) features Katherine Waterston's character Daniels, a crew member on the Covenant spacecraft that travels to a remote planet whose only inhabitant is Michael Fassbender's David, the android who survived the events of Prometheus. Nowhere to run. #AlienCovenant #Daniels pic.twitter.com/eBupQDyiZ2 — Alien Anthology (@AlienAnthology) May 26, 2016 Alien: Covenant is slated for release on August 4, 2017. »
- Chris Eggertsen
Twentieth Century Fox has released a new “Alien: Covenant” set photo, in which fans get their first look at Katherine Waterston’s character, Daniels. “Nowhere to run. #AlienCovenant #Daniels,” the caption reads on Twitter. The photo shows Waterston sitting in the right corner of the frame. Bound for a remote planet on the far side of the galaxy, the crew members of the colony ship Covenant discover what they think is an uncharted paradise, but is actually a dark, dangerous world — whose sole inhabitant is the “synthetic” David (Michael Fassbender), survivor of the doomed Prometheus expedition. Also Read: First Look »
- Beatrice Verhoeven
The photo (see below) comes from the official Alien Facebook page, and features Waterston as Daniels in the damaged hallway of what could be the spaceship Covenant. The photo is accompanied with the caption, “Nowhere to run. #AlienCovenant #Daniels”. This is the second official look at the film, following the teaser image of a Covenant crew member’s patch that was revealed on Alien Day.
In addition to Waterston (Inherent Vice), the cast for Alien: Covenant includes Michael Fassbender (reprising his role as the synthetic David from Prometheus), Demián Bichir (The Bridge), Danny McBride (Eastbound & Down), Amy Seimetz (The Sacrament, »
- Derek Anderson
On Alien Day last month, director Ridley Scott offered our first look at the production of Alien: Covenant by way of the mission patch with the name of the title ship we’ll be following. This is just the first of what is meant to be two sequels (even though Scott once said this was the […]
- Ethan Anderton
20th Century Fox has released a new behind the scenes image from Alien: Covenant, and it offers up a first look at Katherine Waterston’s character Daniel’s aboard colony ship, The Covenant. With the Xenomorphs confirmed as appearing in this movie, the fact that the photo was accompanied by the caption “Nowhere to run,” may tell […]
- Josh Wilding
9 items from 2016
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