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If I’m not me – then who the hell am I?

Written & directed by Avi Nesher. Starring: Michael Biehn, Patsy Kensit, Tracy Scoggins, Robert Culp and Richard Jordan. 1,207 more words

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Alien, by Neil Blomkamp stalls, but that's good.

According to numerous sources, Neil Blomkamp’s Alien 5, or Alien 3 depending on how you look at it is on hold due to Prometheus 2. Argh. 306 more words

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I Love You, Kyle Reese, but look, you have to die to save the future...

(A montage of Kyles. I’d probably be happy if any one of them came through time for me, but Michael Biehn, you will always hold a special place in my heart.. 1,792 more words

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New Concept Art Revealed For Neill Blomkamp's 'ALIEN' Movie

District 9 and Elysium director Neill Blomkamp has provided a new update, as well as a new concept art design for his new ALIEN movie in 20th Century FOX’s franchise featuring Sigourney Weaver’s Ripley and Michael Biehn’s Hicks, which can be seen down below! 155 more words


Blomkamp Revels Concept Art for Coming Aliens Film

Although there is no release date, director Neill Blomkamp has given another look at concept art for the coming Aliens film. He used Instagram to share this image: 22 more words

New Alien Sequel reveals new concept art

District 9 and Elysium helmer Neil Blomkamp has provided a new concept art design, for his new Alien movie in 20th Century Fox’s franchise featuring Sigourney Weaver’s Ripley and Michael Biehn’s Hicks. 98 more words

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The Terminator (1984)

One of the most original, influential & greatest examples of sci-fi actioners to surface on the big screen, The Terminator is a masterwork of quality storytelling & passionate filmmaking that brims with unique ideas, clever imagination, relentless creativity, compelling characters & state-of-the-art craftsmanship, and is also notable for launching the filmmaking career of James Cameron while solidifying the star power of Arnold Schwarzenegger in Hollywood. 553 more words

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