Alien 3

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  1. I'm surprised you do not have an in-depth section regarding the pre-production of ALIEN 3, what I would consider to be the only real worthwhile thing about the film (short of considering it the JACOB'S LADDER of the series). Vincent Ward has created a web site with a copious amount of images from his version of ALIEN 3, and all of the major scripts (from Gibson, Red, Ward, Twohy and Fasano) are available in PDF formats.

    Oh yes... the body of Hicks is being sold on Propstore.com (for $2245).

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  2. Well, I suppose that I hope that there's time for me to deal with these things, I have been focusing on pulling out of the ether things about Alien and indeed Prometheus. But I think that what we have of Alien 3 as a movie does present something interesting to me but finding the needed references is not easy. I'm also exploring a lot of professional concept designers who have found themselves involved in creating artwork that connects with the Alien and even the Alien vs Predator mythos. But at the moment I have been catching up for the last several months because my access to a computer had been rather restrained for quite some time. I am focusing on Alien and Prometheus these days . And this thing is also about personal exploration. If I can feel that I am finding something to explore that couldn't easily be found in the other people's blogs, then I might feel that I am finding something rather than churning out the same information that other people have dished out before. I would indeed like to find something to write about in terms of the Vincet Ward vision but perhaps I would like to know about the various monster designs or maybe there isn't much depths, I don't ultimately know.Thanks anyway.

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  3. The latest episode of The Projection Booth looks at one of the most hated and possibly the most understood movie sequel, David Fincher's Alien³.

    Co-Hosts Mike White and Rob St. Mary along with guest co-host Brad Jones (The Cinema Snob) attempt to unravel the behind-the-scenes turmoil and on-screen mayhem via discussion and a series of interviews.

    They spoke with actors Lance Henriksen and Holt McCallany about working with David Fincher. They also spoke to Vincent Ward who brought the idea of "monks in space" to the game and the late John Fasano who worked on a few drafts of the Alien3 script. Finally, they discuss the incredible Dark Horse Comics version of Alien with author Mark Verheiden.

    The Projection Booth is available via iTunes, Stitcher, and the Projection Booth website, http://www.projection-booth.com

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  4. Many thanks for that. I'll enjoy incorporating the information into the content of the site

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