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Multiple sources revealed that Noomi Rapace will reprise her Prometheus role of Dr. Elizabeth Shaw in
new franchise installment, Alien: Covenant. Shaw was one of the few survivors of the prequel
The story will follow the crew of the colony ship Covenant, who —while bound for a remote planet on the far side of the galaxy— discovers what they think is an uncharted paradise, but is actually a dark, dangerous world, whose sole inhabitant is the synthetic David, survivor of the doomed Prometheus expedition.
First 'Alien: Covenant' Poster Debuts, Release Date Moves Up Nearly 3 Months
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By Aaron Crouch, The Hollywood Reporter
Alien: Covenant has debuted a wonderfully creepy first poster, with an equally creepy tagline: “run.”
The film’s release has also been moved up three months and will now open on May 19, 2017, shifting from its previously announced Aug. 4, 2017 date. Covenant will now open against Warner Bros.’ horror sequel Annabelle 2 and Paramount’s Baywatch reboot, starring Dwayne Johnson and Zac Efron.
Covenant is from Alien director Ridley Scott, and will feature Noomi Rapace, reprising her role as Dr. Elizabeth Shaw from the 2012 prequel Prometheus. Rapace will be joined by franchise newcomers Billy Crudup, Katherine Waterston and Danny McBride. Her Prometheus co-star Michael Fassbender is returning as the android David in the 20th Century Fox film.
An official synopsis released last November described the film as a second chapter in an Alien prequel trilogy, with the colony ship Covenant discovering a paradise world on the far side of the galaxy, only to learn it’s actually a dangerous world whose only inhabitant is the synthetic David.