Ridley Scott, the historic director of the first, mythical, film in the franchise of Alien, during an interview about his latest film, the historical drama The Last Duel (the Last Duel), made a pretty strong statement regarding the upcoming themed TV series xenomorfi. According to Scott, the series that will be produced by Noah Hawley per FX, and which will (apparently from rumors) set on Earth in a not too distant future, it will never reach the level of hers Alien, dating back to the distant 1979.
Than the first Alien, by Ridley Scott, is a absolute masterpiece, it definitely does not rain. The story, which first featured the character of Ellen Ripley, played by a master Sigurney Weaver, kicked off a complex franchise, including three cinematic sequels, Aliens Final Showdown (whose original novelization you can purchase at this link Amazon), Alien 3 e Alien Resurrection (Aliens the Resurrection), as well as an immense “expanded universe” including spin off and cross over films (Alien vs Predator e Alien vs Predator Requiem), comics and videogames, some of which, like Alien Isolation, fully included in the canon.
Ridley Scott, however, also author of the “prequels” Prometheus e Covenant, has always proved to be a bit too “protective” against what was becoming the drift that started from Alien, coming to criticize many of the stories that were (and are) being built around the figure of the xenomorfi.
Noah Hawley, on the other hand, declares that his series will have a much wider breath, compared to everything seen so far regarding the most infesting alien species in the galaxy. If almost all of the previous productions were set, for better or for worse, indoors more or less claustrophobic, Hawley’s series looks like it will feature many more open spaces, with all that that goes with it for the purposes of plot and atmosphere.
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