Alien Romulus Trailer: Featuring So Many Facehuggers

Alien Romulus Trailer: Featuring So Many Facehuggers

The first Trailer for Alien Romulus, directed and co-written by Fede Alvarez, shows off Romulus and a horde of Facehuggers.

Although it’s only a minute long, we can get some information about the next stand-alone movie. The previously stated gang of Facehuggers, a bloodied space station, and a fleeting view of a Xenomorph are all shown to us towards the conclusion. Star Cailee Spaeny is also shown; she will be handling a lot of unwanted space visitors, just like Sigourney Weaver did.

The Alien: Romulus trailer gives fans their first official look at the next chapter in the Alien franchise, which began in 1979 with Ridley Scott’s Alien.

Alien Romulus Trailer:

Watch the trailer below.

The director of Don’t Breathe and Evil Dead (2013), Álvarez, was behind the project when it was first announced back in March 2022. It was said at the time that Alien director Ridley Scott had been mulling over Álvarez’s concept, which had little to do with the first two films in the series, for years. On Romulus, Scott is also listed as a producer.

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Romulus is situated between the events of Alien (1979) and Aliens (1986), as far as we are aware. The synopsis Disney’s 20th Century Studios released last year gave us a little more insight into the forthcoming Alien movie’s premise, though it’s still rather hazy:

"In this ninth entry in the immensely popular and enduring film series, a group of young people on a distant world find themselves in a confrontation with the most terrifying life form in the universe."

Cast members David Jonsson, Archie Renaux, Isabela Merced, Spike Fearn, and Aileen Wu join Mare of Easttown star Spaeny.

The Predator franchise then became part of the series, first with Paul W. S. Anderson’s 2004 film Alien vs. Predator and then with Greg and Colin Strause’s 2007 follow-up Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem.

On August 16, 2024, Alien: Romulus will be released in theaters.

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