Apr-20-2017 2:17 PM
How the record player got to Planet 4.
Walter and David's fate, though I fear Walter could get the shitty end of that stick.
More about the castes/factions of Engineer, and the history of the race.
If there is any form of like left on Planet 4, other than the varieties of xxxxxmorph, and if so how they have adapted to withstand/defend against goo. Or mutated into peaceful and non xxxxxmorph type creatures. Just because they aren't noisy doesn't mean they aren't there, perhaps they mutated/adapted to being silent as a form of self preservation.
If any humanoids/engineers escaped the onslaught.
If there is, indeed, a Xeno in the movie (there seems to be a lot of people saying Xeno when I'm not convinced well see the traditional Xeno this time out - maybe a Deaconesque last shot cameo).
Whether or not Shaw does help David when they arrive in the juggernaut. Or if she is dead/hiding/in stasis/locked up as a prisoner/sedated/already escaped/on a different planet because she didn't like the plan/sleeping/praying/having another emergency c-section/etc.
What happens to the 2000 in stasis at the end of the film? Savagely massacred? Survive to seed a new world? In fact does the Covenant survive? Or is it self destructed? Maybe an engineer ship comes back and delivers a 'Big FU' to the Covenant.
And its a minor point but, I want to see what happens to Bronson/Franco while in stasis?
There are a few options:
1) Failed hypersleep pod? They all wake up to see him lying having been trapped and starved/dehydrated? Or if there are forms of nutrition supplied within the pod, old age.
2) He said he was unwell, and looked like death warmed up in Last Supper. Maybe Pneumonia? Drowned in phlegm while asleep?
3) Sabotaged pod? By whom? Why? There are a couple of options that are logical (only if the movie pans out in certain ways though).
Without saying too much, though it was explicitly implied ever since he was cast, whatever happened to Captain Franco we will see on screen, if only momentarily, before the pissing contest (power struggle?) begins with Oram and Daniels.