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‘Alien: Romulus’ – Did You Spot the Hidden Xenomorph in Fede Alvarez’s Teaser Tonight?!

We don’t know much of anything about Disney’s first Alien movie at this time, with Fede Alvarez (Evil Dead, Don’t Breathe) in the director’s chair for the upcoming Alien: Romulus.

What we do know is that SOMETHING – a first look trailer, we assume – is headed our way tomorrow (March 20), as Alvarez has taken to Twitter to put out a cryptic teaser tonight.

Alvarez tweeted out the word “Tomorrow…..” on what appeared to be a blank background, but lightening up the image reveals a special surprise treat in the form of a Xenomorph!

Come on back tomorrow for more where that came from…

Alien: Romulus is currently set to launch into theaters on August 16, 2024, but aside from the title, the main cast, and a short synopsis, we have no idea what to expect from the film.

On that note, star Isabela Merced (HBO’s upcoming “The Last of Us” Season 2) teased in a recent chat with The Hollywood Reporter that at least one scene is going to gross us out.

“When we were doing reshoots, Fede Álvarez gave me the iPad where he watches playback, and he had the movie pulled up. So I told him I wanted to see parts of it, and he showed it to me,” Merced told the outlet. “I was the one holding the iPad, and there were ten people around me watching it on the iPad. So there’s a scene that I’m in, and they all had to turn away. Not one person stayed looking at that iPad because it was so disgusting. I was so excited.”

According to star Cailee Spaeny (The Craft: LegacyPacific Rim Uprising) in another chat with Variety, this year’s Alien: Romulus takes place in between the first two films.

The project has been described as “an original standalone feature,” one that “will focus on a group of young people on a distant world.” Spaeny leads the cast alongside Isabela Merced, David Jonsson, Archie Renaux, Spike Fearn and Aileen Wu.

Fede Alvarez co-wrote the script with Rodo Sayagues (Evil Dead). Ridley Scott is on board as producer for the film, the first movie in the franchise to be released by Disney.

Originally Published Here.

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