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The story is benign enough. A group of explorers looking to colonize a planet find one that appears to be a paradise. It's beautiful, the air is breathable, and they even find vegetation that should support them.
Then, they find a ship in the undergrowth. Once inside, they come across egg-shaped objects, and the fact that their uniforms bear the name Weyland-Yutani should alert the viewer to something amiss. This and what happens next is covered in the newest trailer for Ridley Scott's Alien: Covenant, which opens in theaters May 19, 2017.
Make sure you go full-screen and turn up the sound when you watch this trailer! The setup and the payoff are both enjoyed best when you can see and hear everything going on...
The movie is a sequel to the 2012 installment in the Alien franchise, Prometheus. It takes place after the events of that movie, and before the events of the 1979 movie that started it all, Alien. Its awesome follow-up, Aliens, remains one of my all-time favorite movies, so my anticipation level is mounting as we approach this movie's release!
To stay updated on news that we have leading up to the movie's release, be sure to add Alien: Covenant to your Favorite Movies list. Then you can head over to the Trailers & Videos page to see the other videos we have (including a red band trailer and the prologue, which is an expansion of the first scene in this trailer), and the Photo Gallery page has some shots from the movie as well.
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