Alien: Bishop Save the Queen Trailer (an unofficial NECA Alien film)5,204 Views9 RepliesAdd A Reply
Alien: Bishop Save the Queen Trailer
Michael Bishop is assigned to intercept Ellen Ripley on Fury 161 once the Company is aware of the Queen xenomorph embryo identified in her EEV scan. Inside a Lifeboat module attached to the USCSS Patna, Michael Bishop is to review all relevant material to develop a narrative to convince Ripley to turn herself over to him for recovery of the xenomorph and new material (LV-223 and LV-426 data) has been declassified from the Company archives to assist in his preparation.
Michael Bishop reviews this material with two Bishop Artificial Persons accompanying him. At the conclusion of the events that transpire on Fiorina 161, Michael Bishop is able to interview the Bishop AP from the Sulaco mission to LV-426 and this broken Bishop is able to explain how he was able to support Special Order 937.
Alien: Bishop Save the Queen is an unofficial, non-commercial, fan-made film to be released early this Spring.
Still shots from the film are seen below.
Waking the Engineer on LV-223 (above).
Happy New Years!
The room lights up immediately (above) upon Michael Bishop's arrival during the Bishop APs review of the connection to the Company archives. Michael Bishop takes a seat beyond the two Bishop APs, closer to the holographic screens displaying the newly declassified material related to his task at hand.
Wow! It looks promising! :)
If I'm not mistaken it is being made by you.
We need this - we have to survive the months before the official Disney announcement.
Happy New Years, Ingeniero!
I like it! Splendid work
Can't wait to see it.
Thank you Ati.
Yes, I've been working on it for a while and will break up the content across trailers, supplemental material, and the final two act film. The actual two acts together should be around twenty minutes with a few smaller films (secret: Fifield's trip back to the Prometheus with black goo hangover) that tie into the newly declassified material for prima donna Michael Bishop.
I really do appreciate that above Dark Nebula. I haven't seen so much from you often...so the above applause really means something to me. Thank you so much for that. Sincerely, it's motivational.
I'm constructing a lot from a green poster paper background and Photoshop, a cell phone camera, and my NECA figures. I have run each of the sequences that include the NECA figures clearly through the Cartoon filter but it dumbs down the detail of the figures..especially the dog xenomorph (below).
I cut out the xenomorph in the background with zoom. I don't think I'm going to stick with the Cartoon filter because it takes away from the NECA detail. Below, to me, the two Bishops look like A Scanner Darkly. I loved that film but I don't like taking away so much of the figure detail.
This image below is the original before the Cartoon filter.
This image above is close to when David's camera feed was separated from the same view seen from his eyes. The image below is my attempt to show a holographic screen like the one shown when Dr. Shaw received her last rose.
This image below with Dr. Shaw is what I wanted to depict happening with Michael Bishop above.
I used the Lifeboat as the setting for Michael Bishop because the lifespan of the product make it the most feasible way for Michael Bishop to travel aboard a military vessel and still maintain his secure connection with the Company.
I didn't expand too much beyond what we've seen in the movies and books but I thought we all assumed that the elders visited Paradise/Planet 4, below.
The above juggernaut scan was run through a filter to bring out the detail differently than the Prometheus scan.