Alien: Covenant actor Demian Bichir has seemingly been quite vocal and interactive with fans concerning the Prometheus sequel.
He recently posted an image of himself on Instagram getting a head-cast for the film. Leading us to believe the Oscar nominated actor will have a large role in movie, possibly playing another android or engineer.
Demian is back at it and is giving a bit of insight on how long Alien: Covenant could be shooting.
During a recent interview with MovieWeb, Bichir revealed the potential length of the sequel’s shoot, which might be a lot more gruelling than most were expecting and could last four months.
“That’s in discussions as we speak, with production. We don’t know exact dates yet, all I know is it’s going to be a long shoot, almost like The Hateful Eight. It took five months to shoot The Hateful Eight. We spent a couple of months in the mountains, and a couple of months in a studio in Los Angeles, and this will go for about another four months or so. I have very little details at this point, but we will get there. I’m sure we will get together and read, rehearse, everything.”
I wonder if they’ll be even going further here and shooting some extra scenes for Ridley Scott’s purposed sequels to Covenant during this lengthy production.
Production is reportedly happening on the Fox stages in Australia with possible sequences being shot in New Zealand. The rather large cast includes Katherine Waterston, Michael Fassbender, Danny McBride, Bichir, Jussie Smollett, Amy Seimetz, Carmen Ejogo, Alex England, Callie Hernandez and Benjamin Rigby.
It’s release date has been officially slated for August 4th, 2017.