An Alien Sequel Is Officially In The Work At Disney Studios!

Variety has reported that a new "Alien" movie is in the development at 20th Century Studios, with "Don't Breathe" filmmaker Fede Alvarez scheduled to lead the movie. Ridley Scott, who directed the first film in 1979, is in charge of production. Alvarez is also writing the script for the standalone feature, in addition to directing it. Scott is producing under his Scott Free brand, and the film will be available on Hulu.
nullThe first "Alien" film follows the crew of a spacecraft as they encounter a violent alien. Tom Skerritt, Sigourney Weaver, Veronica Cartwright, Harry Dean Stanton, John Hurt, Ian Holm, and Yaphet Kotto appeared in the sci-fi horror thriller. The popularity of "Aliens" (1986), "Alien 3" (1992), and "Alien Resurrection" (1997), as well as the "Alien vs. Predator" crossover flicks and "Prometheus" prequels, prompted sequels and spinoffs. Alvarez's concept, on the other hand, is a fresh take on the genre, and it will be unconnected from the events of the first three "Alien" movies.
null"Prey," a new "Predator" prequel movie from 20th Century Studios, will premiere on Hulu this summer. Noah Hawley's FX is also developing an "Alien" show, with Scott in discussions to executive produce. Alvarez is no newbie to horror films, having directed "Evil Dead" in 2013 and "Don't Breathe" in 2016. "The Girl in the Spider's Web," a 2018 action thriller, was his most recent movie. Alvarez also worked as a producer for the "Don't Breathe 2" sequel in 2021 and Netflix's "Texas Chainsaw Massacre."
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