Scott kicked off the blockbuster Alien franchise with the original movie back in 1979, but didn’t direct the three sequels, Aliens in 1986, Alien 3 in 1992, and Alien Resurrection in 1997.
Back in June, CNET’s sister site, ComicBook. com, reported that two producers were working on a script idea that might involve the world of dreams, and would include iconic character Ellen Ripley (Sigourney Weaver).
But he says the new film is unlikely to take place in the prequel universe visited by the two most recent films, 2012’s Prometheus and 2017’s Alien: Covenant.
Director Ridley Scott confirms a new Alien film is in the works https://t.co/XvzPw9bJuY— CNET News (@CNETNews) September 6, 2020
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