Director Neill Blomkamp wonders whether Ridley Scott's reaction to 2015's Chappie led to Alien 5 being cancelled.Jon Fuge
Some more concept art from Neill Blomkamp's cancelled Alien 5 has us wishing more than ever that the movie had made it to the big screen.Jon Fuge
Some atmospheric concept art for Neill Blomkamp's Alien 5 comes back to remind of the sequel that sadly never was.Jon Fuge
New Alien 5 story details have been teased by writer Walter Hill.Jon Fuge
Producer Walter Hill has a 50-page treatment for Alien 5 that would bring Sigourney Weaver back as Ripley.Ryan Scott
Neill Blomkamp planned to bring back Sigourney Weaver in his scrapped Aliens sequel, and even James Cameron wanted it to see it.Jeremy Dick
Director Neill Blomkamp shares new concept art from his now-dead Alien 5 project, teasing a thrilling Xenomorph attack.
Alien: Covenant sank any chances of Alien 5 ever happening, but director Neill Blomkamp may move forward on District 10.B. Alan Orange
Ellen Ripley returns to fight the health care system in the year 2434 in an Alien spoof video from The Late Show.B. Alan Orange
A new Alien: Covenant photo shows off the full cast, with a special sneak peek announced for February 22 during Legion on FX.B. Alan Orange
Director Neill Blomkamp claims that the chances of Alien 5 happening at this point are very slim.Ryan Scott
Sigourney Weaver offers high praise for Neill Blomkamp's Alien script, revealing it will close out Ripley's story.
A new Xenomorph emerges in the first Alien: Covenant poster, which reveals a Summer 2017 release date.
Lance Henriksen reveals he has the utmost confidence in writer-director Neill Blomkamp to create an incredible story for Alien 5.
The District 9 director took to his social media recently to declare that is he is working on a new project not related to Aliens.Ryan Scott
Michael Fassbender teases the massive scope of the upcoming Prometheus sequel Alien: Covenant .
Sigourney Weaver promises Neill Blomkamp's Alien sequel will satisfy the primal needs of the aliens as it brings the franchise to a conclusion.B. Alan Orange