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The new Alien: Romulus trailer channels classic sci-fi horror

It certainly looks like Extraterrestrial the franchise returns to its horror roots. After a brief teaser earlier in the year and some spooky behind-the-scenes footage, 20th Century Studios has released the first full trailer for Extraterrestrial: Romulus, a standalone film from director Fede Álvarez. In short: it looks scary as hell. It also seems to really stick to the fundamentals of the original film, with a small cast; dark, isolated setting; and only allusions to the deadly alien itself.

The story features a group of scavengers scavenging around an abandoned space station, before falling hapless prey to a xenomorph. It stars Cailee Spaeny, David Jonsson and Archie Renaux. The film also has a great new poster that hints at the importance of classic space huggers:

Romulus will be the first new entry in the franchise since the prequel films, Prometheus And Extraterrestrial: Alliancewho took a detour to explain where xenomorphs came from. Romuluson the other hand, looks like Preya self-contained story in the Predator a universe that was not subject to the canon of its predecessors – and that ruled absolutely because of it.

Extraterrestrial: Romulus hits theaters on August 16.

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