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Michael Fassbender’s Gay Kiss With Himself in Alien: Covenant: An Appreciation

This post contains spoilers for Alien: Covenant. In Alien: Covenant, Ridley Scott pulls a sneak attack. Prometheus, his first Alien film since the 1979 original, was a comically ambitious origin story of both the franchise’s monsters and of humanity itself. To open Covenant, his new follow-up, Scott presents a dreamy conversation about existence accompanied by an android on piano—before promptly reverting to the series’ genre DNA, which bleeds from the victims in buckets.
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