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Neill Blomkamp (District 9) hasn't made a film since 2015's Chappie, but it's not for a lack of trying. We explain the director's four unmade films.
At Disney's CinemaCon presentation, Fox promised that there is a future for franchises like Planet of the Apes, Alien, Maze Runner and Kingsman.
Neill Blomkamp planned on using practical effects for Alien 5, his project that was cancelled in favor of Ridley Scott's Alien franchise prequels.
With numerous movies and streaming TV shows being proposed, we break down the current future of the Alien franchise, including the prequels.
James Cameron hints at a return to the Alien franchise; Cameron is currently hard at work on Avatar 2 and 3 as well as producing Terminator 6.
Sigourney Weaver says she and James Cameron thought director Neill Blomkamp's idea for Alien 5 was great and still want the movie to happen.
One-time Alien 5 director Neill Blomkamp shares an image of a four-armed xenomorph design, which would have appeared in his unmade sequel.
Filmmaker Neill Blomkamp confirms he has officially 'moved on' from his idea of making a sequel for the Alien franchise started by Ridley Scott.
With Fox reportedly canceling its plans for an Alien: Covenant sequel, now is the perfect time to revive Neill Blomkamp's Alien 5.
Neill Blomkamp shows off the Xenomorphs in action with more unreleased concept art from his proposed Alien 5 movie that never came to pass.
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Neill Blomkamp's canceled Alien 5 movie wasn't originally going to feature Sigourney Weaver's Ripley, but rather an entirely new leading character.
Celebrate Covenant's release with some cool facts about the Alien series you may not have known, from Space Jesus to a surprise Meryl Streep cameo.
As Alien: Covenant hits theaters this weekend, take a look at all the unexplained plot threads that its movie franchise simply refuses to answer.
It sounds like Neill Blomkamp's Alien movie will never happen. And given his past work and where the franchise is heading, that's for the best.
Plot details are mostly unknown at this time, but the intention is for this film to serve as a sequel to James Cameron's Aliens, ignoring but not retconning the events of Alien 3 and Alien: Resurrection. Artwork is from the original Alien film.