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Alien: Covenant Starts With R-Rating in Cinemas

Ridley Scott Promises Hard-Hitting Sequel

On October 6th, 2017, Alien: Covenant will enter US cinemas. The sequel to Prometheus is directed by Ridley Scott and brings back Michael Fassbender in a story that takes place 10 years after the events of the predecessor. One of the most important aspects for fans has now been addressed by Scott himself and is very satisfying:

“I’m going to do pretty hard R, pretty tough.”

That means that the sequel to the prequel will continue the "R"-rated tradition of the Alien franchise if you ignore the one-time exception Alien vs. Predator (that didn't also really get much more violent in its Unrated Cut, see comparison).

Release: Jan 16, 2016 - Author: Blade41 - Translator: Mike Lowrey - Source: Collider

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