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Does anyone know how to see the new footage coming out on AlienDay without going to the screening?

Does anyone know how to see the new footage coming out on AlienDay without going to the screening?

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Apr-25-2017 2:04 PM

Does anyone know how to see the new footage coming out on AlienDay without going to the screening?  There aren't any theaters in my area showing the AlienDay screenings.    I'm not sure if they are planning on showing it on the site as well.  I haven't heard about any other way to watch it besides going to the special screening.  Any info would be appreciated.  Thanks

12 Responses to Does anyone know how to see the new footage coming out on AlienDay without going to the screening?


Apr-25-2017 2:29 PM

I am seeing Alien tomorrow-  I wonder how long the footage is?


Apr-25-2017 3:08 PM

I heard that it is supposed to be around 15min.


Apr-25-2017 3:13 PM

Surely they will put something online maybe night-time after everyone has seen it in the theatres?


Apr-25-2017 3:17 PM

Surely they'll pop it online tomorrow too, otherwise I'm sure there will be tons of cam shots of it from theater goers by tomorrow night 


Apr-25-2017 4:04 PM

Those are good points.  You guys are probably right.


Apr-25-2017 5:11 PM

Apart from a few minutes of Cast and Ridley interviews, i think there is 14 Minutes of Movie footage, which i wonder is the early Footage that was shown last year, basically mostly covered Neomorph Attacks, or if it will be the Footage that was shown at the Cinemacon?  Or a mixture?

To be honest its only a few weeks before you get to see Alien Covenant.

The interesting thing is they are going for the Directors Cut of Alien and so this is a hint  that maybe the Egg Morph will be explored down the line.

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Apr-25-2017 8:33 PM


I was under the impression the footage is being streamed online tomorrow at 10am PST. Though I may have misunderstood...


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Apr-25-2017 8:46 PM

Aren't they showing some during the livestream? 


Apr-25-2017 8:48 PM

A L I E N 4 2 6

According to the site, it looks to be that way yes


Apr-26-2017 7:57 AM

I think all of you are right about the footage being streamed. 


Apr-26-2017 8:15 AM

I wouldn't be spoiled of they showed the expanded quarantine sequence, ala cinemacon. We have heard the accounts and seen most likely 50% of the scene. I would be spoiled if they released even more then we've seen though.  We're in that goldilocks zone where what we know still allows for fright and expanded understanding, imo.


Apr-26-2017 8:21 AM

I Agree.   I honestly doubt they are going to show the first 15 mins of the movie on a live stream. 

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