London Film Museum to host an Alien exhibition to scream about

TO CELEBRATE the release of all four Alien films on Blu-ray for the first time, the London Film Museum – in association with The Propstore of London – will be featuring the first ever collection of props and costumes from the Alien films for the month of October. Visitors will be able to come face to face with a full Alien creature and see what went into making one of the most memorable film monsters of all time. Sgt. Apone’s outfit from Aliens, as played by actor and singer Al Matthews, will be present along with accessories including the Hero Pulse Rifle. and there will be a selection of original storyboards from the films and signed pieces for guests to see. The pieces will be on display on Tuesday, October 5, 2010 in the central area of the museum and be there until the end of October. Ticket information can be found on the website here The Alien Anthology is a truly unique home entertainment experience. For the first time ever, the studio has united the material from every home video release of the Alien saga, including the 1991/1992 laserdisc releases, the 1999 “Legacy” release and 2003’s groundbreaking Alien Quadrilogy release into one complete Blu-ray collection. The set also includes two versions of each film and over four hours of previously unreleased exclusive material such as original screen tests of Sigourney Weaver prior to filming the original Alien, unseen deleted scenes, thousands of still photographs from the Fox archives, the previously unseen original cut of “Wreckage and Rage: The Making of ALIEN3,” and much, much more. London Film Museum London SE1 7PB

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