Hacker News has learned that one of the Alien films that was recently released in Japan, Alien 4: Covenant, has been updated to include a new cutscene, which has been seen on a screen in the background of some trailers.
The original cutscene in Alien 4 had a small alien woman wearing a space suit standing next to a man in a green uniform.
It was a subtle nod to the new Alien movie, Alien 5: Covenant.
The new cutcutscene in Covenant, which was shown on a trailer in the Alien 5 trailer, has the woman in the green uniform standing next.
The cutscene was a departure from the original cutcut scene in Alien 5, which had a man and woman standing next in front of a spaceship.
A screengrab from the Alien 4 trailer, released in July.
The screengrab is dated June 30, 2019.
A tweet from the official Alien 5 Twitter account on Monday, July 8, 2017, shows that the Alien series has been rebooted, with the alien woman in green being introduced in the new version of the script.
This tweet has been shared over 23,000 times, and was retweeted more than 17,000,000.
A screenshot of the new alien woman.
This screengrab has been retweeted over 23 million times.
According to the official Twitter account for Alien 5 in Japan on July 8: A new Alien film is in the works.
Alien 5 is the first film in the franchise.
This is not an adaptation of the film.
This film will be entirely new, and not a sequel to Alien 4.
The Alien films are all different.
The tweet has since been deleted, but a screengrab posted by Alien fans shows that some of the tweet’s comments were deleted.
According an insider who wished to remain anonymous, the tweet has now been reinstated.
However, the screengrab itself was removed, and a new screenshot was uploaded to the Twitter account of the director, Guillermo del Toro.
The screengrab was posted to the Alien fan site Alien 5.
This screenshot was shared on July 13, 2017.
It’s unclear what happened to the original tweet, which, while not exactly new, does indicate that the screen-grab is not the final version of a cutscene.
The official Alien Twitter account did not immediately respond to requests for comment.