How about an animated remake of the 1979 film with Mickey Mouse , Donald Duck and Goofy or with the characters from Toy Story ?Let me get this straight - instead of moving forward with new worlds, new stories, new creators, they are rehashing the same tired old franchise?
I hate Prometheus with a passion and didn't bother with Alien Covenant . I think that Scott should have left the the Space Jockey /enginners and the alien creatures origin a mystery .Nah, @picklematrix, although I'm sure if they did a reboot it would be commerically successful, personally I'm done with such moves. Disney essentially did it with Star Wars. And it was...meh.
Ridley Scott had a chance to 'reboot' it with his original triliogy. Prometheus was interesting, but fundamentally flawed on many levels. Covenent was him panicking and trying to go back to basics (almost a reboot, I'd contend) but failed.
I'd rather just watch the original Alien.
Movie-wise, I'm much more interested in the 'super cut' of It when or if it comes out.
Surely they need to do a live action version first. Then a full blown 'natural' cgi one, a la The Lion King. Then they could go back and re-boot it, in 3D or better animation this time. And do all three versions with the Lego one as well.
*ring ring* This is Disney...How about... Space-marines go to a planet... the Aliens have overun it... they get trapped in a confined space, shoot off millions of rounds...
and, and, and... *
I would watch this.If we're talking crossovers, I'd like to promote my idea for a mix-up in an elevator leading Tony Stark's replacement as Iron Man (he's on holiday) being Mr. Bean rather than Sean Bean [who, shockingly, gets killed off early on]. Cue a fortnight of Iron Bean.
Bambi would fare far better against the Alien and The Predator then he did against Godszilla .They should start making crossovers, now that would be fun!
Bambi meets alien vs predator.