See the Horrifying Alien: Romulus Teaser Trailer  

Fede Alvarez, the director of Alien: Romulus, has revealed the first look at his film after receiving the approval of both Ridley Scott and James Cameron, the directors who were responsible for elevating the first installment of the Alien franchise to iconic levels.

The picture was initially planned to be released only on Hulu as a streaming service; however, the studio decided to rethink their strategy in light of the prospects of the film and its potential. As a result, the excitement surrounding the August theatrical release has increased.

The eighth installment in the Aliens franchise is said to be a return to the film's sci-fi horror/thriller heyday, complete with scenes that are not for the squeamish and the kind of jump scares that haunt you long after the film's end credits roll.

Alvarez's resume includes a reimagining of the Evil Dead franchise in 2013, as well as his masterclass, Don't Breathe, which was released in 2016. 

In this updated version of the film, Cailee Spaeny, Isabela Merced, David Jonsson, Archie Renaux, Spike Fearn, and Aileen Wu play the roles of a group of young space scavengers who are engaged in a battle with a Xenomorph while they are aboard an unoccupied spacecraft.

 The Xenomorph ultimately prevails against the crew, and it goes without saying that the number of those who have been killed starts to increase.

In terms of the film's respect to the first editions of the franchise, Alvarez made certain that the most recent episode in the saga not only drew inspiration from the first chapters of the franchise, but also included the narrative continuity into the tale at the same time.

The film is claimed to take place on a narrative timeline that is between the first and second films, yet there is very little information available about the plot. 

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