Incredibly detailed new sneakers are inspired by the shoes worn by Bill Paxton's doomed space marine in James Cameron's classic "Aliens."
Filmmaker explains his approach to his classic sequel, how he tapped into his "Ridley-ness" and why he thinks subsequent installments missed the mark.
The film's star offers a rave review to the New Jersey school production of the sci-fi horror classic that has gone viral.
Al Matthews, the actor who played Gunnery Sergeant Apone in Aliens, has been found dead at his home in Spain. El Pais reports that a neighbor on Sunday called the emergency services to his residence in Orihuela Costa, Alicante.
Meet 'Alien' special effects aces Alec Gillis and Tom Woodruff Jr., who talk about their work on every film in the franchise between 1986 and 2007
The director, who cast Paxton in 'Aliens,' 'True Lies' and 'Titanic,' recalls an "absolute original" whose "zany characters onscreen belied a serious, thoughtful and caring man."
A rare sequel that equaled — or exceeded — its predecessor, Aliens marked its 30th anniversary last July with a cast reunion at San Diego Comic-Con. Yahoo Movies spent time with the full crew before they took the stage; during our discussion we had to ask how director James Cameron came up with those indelible lines uttered by Bill Paxton’s unhinged space marine Hudson. ...
The prolific, deeply respected actor Bill Paxton died Saturday at age 61 from complications due to surgery. Paxton leaves behind a film legacy that includes his weasily breakout in the teen favorite Weird Science, unforgettable roles in blockbusters like Apollo 13, Twister, and Titanic, and the amazing distinction of being killed in Terminator, Predator and Alien movies. In 2014, Yahoo Movies sat down with the congenial and candid Paxton for an extensive Role Recall interview where he walked us through some of his most iconic movies. Watch the video above.
“The franchise has kind of wandered all over the map,” the 'Avatar' and 'Terminator' director told Vulture when asked about upcoming 'Alien: Covenant.' "I don't think it's worked out terribly well."
As the world observes Alien Day — the 24-hour celebration of all things Xenomorph in accordance with the aliens’ home planet, LV-426 — director Neill Blomkamp has chimed in to reminded the galaxy that he’s still attached to direct a fifth Alien feature. The picture depicts a grown-up, suited-up Newt, the last (and littlest) survivor of a human colony who made the mistake of trying to populate the alien-infested LV-426 in James Cameron’s action classic, Aliens. Thanks to the timely intervention of Ellen Ripley (Sigourney Weaver) and her crack squad of space Marines, Newt (Carrie Henn) made it off-planet, only to perish in the opening sequence of David Fincher’s 1992 sequel Alien 3.
Alien Day is upon us. What, you may wonder, is Alien Day? Tuesday, April 26, a.k.a. “426,” has been designated in honor of the bug-infested moon LV-426 featured in both Ridley Scott’s classic 1979 space horror flick Alien and James Cameron’s white-knuckle 1986 sequel Aliens. Just as Star Wars fans celebrate May the Fourth, Alien aficionados will be able to mark 426 with a slew of special events and commemorative merchandise.
‘Aliens’ (Photo: 20th Century Fox/ Photofest) Dwayne Hicks is bringing back a personal friend for the in-development sequel. He’s not that wrong — although latter Alien movies moved away from the militarized feel of Aliens, the weapon was a particular favorite of Michael Biehn’s Dwayne Hicks in that movie, so much so that he described it as a “personal friend” at one point.
If you love movies, then you know the music of James Horner. The Academy Award-winning composer died in plane crash Monday at the age of 61, leaving behind a breathtaking body of work that included more than 100 movie scores, among them such celebrated films as Aliens, Glory, Apollo 13, Braveheart, and Titanic.