“I was practising that damn flute, a whistle or whatever you want to call it. It makes an awful sound,” he said.
“I had two teachers and I was practising this thing and I could hear the neighbours going ‘I hate it when people learn instruments it’s f****** infuriating’.” Realising his faux pas he said, “Sorry,” before continuing: “So I had to put tissues in the air holes.”
“Paul Thomas Anderson kept sending me e-mails going 'The girl in the new Star Wars movie is running really well – don’t screw this up,’” Waterston said. “He was haunting me, so I was really paranoid about it. I feel like I look like a fraggle. It’s scary to be chased especially when you’re in a space suit that has magnets sticking you to the floor.”
McBride explained: “I learned quickly that I’m claustrophobic, especially when putting on helmets. So I learned how to take deep breaths.”
Also attending the lavish premiere was director Ridley Scott, who has directed three of the six Alien movies - the original Alien, 2012’s Prometheus and now Alien: Covenant.
He warned filmgoers that the movie will leave them on the edge of their seat: “I like making people laugh, but scaring people when it really works is fun. People here will get a very stressful evening and a sleepless night.”
The sixth instalment in the Alien movie franchise the film follows the crew of the colony ship Covenant, which is bound for a remote planet on the far side of the galaxy.
The team discover what they think is an uncharted paradise, but is actually a dangerous world. They are forced to attempt a harrowing escape after uncovering an unimaginable threat.
The premiere attracted a host of celebrities including Nathaniel Dean, Tess Haubrich, Kenneth Branagh, Brian Cox, Billy Crudup, Dakota Blue Richards and Keith Lemon, reports the Evening Standard.
Alien: Covenant releases on May 12. Watch the trailer below:
Hey guys! Just showing you a preview of a little project I decided to do with a friend (and perhaps several others). Last night we spoke about translating this manga book because I actually haven’t found a translation for this.
Something small and fun. Enjoy the short translation! It isn’t fully translated as you can see.
Disclaimer: I do not own this, but the translation. If you do like this, consider buying yourself a copy!~
People say that Amy Lee can’t sing live. The truth is that she gets completely out of tune most times and she tries too hard to hit high notes but I really love listening to her, even when her voice fades. It’s not truth that she can’t sing, taking into consideration that she never took singing lessons. I also admire her for never using play-back to her lives like most. She is a really special singer for me.