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Ridley Scott has been quoted as saying that he wanted a much different ending for the original Alien.
In said ending, the xenomorph would kill Ripley, sit down in her chair and start reciting a distress call. The original script had the alien as a horrible wormlike thing with loads of tentacles and legs instead of the phallic Giger design we all know and love.
Giger's doubts about his first design were confirmed when Ridley Scott fell about laughing at the sight of the prototype Chestburster, describing it as "like a plucked turkey", and Roger Dicken ended up retooling it to resemble the now classic design.
There's also a scene where Lambert gets tail-whipped by an alien The original treatment for James Cameron's Aliens would have been much different than the scenario that played out in the finished film. The plotline with Ripley's abandoned daughter would have been much bigger, and Ripley would have a disheartening videophone conversation with her.
Newt's father would have been shown getting jumped by a facehugger in the Derelict, and an entire segment would have been devoted to a rescue team getting attacked by scores of facehuggers. Ripley, Newt and Hicks would all get cocooned at one point, but escape.
However, the biggest change was that Bishop would have abandoned the rest of the survivors on the planet, and they would have had to escape using one of the colonist's shuttles. Although the film is not as well-liked as the first two Alien movies, it could have been much, much Numerous scripts were written between andall of which would have taken the franchise down many different paths.
To summarize, there were no less than four spec scripts written for the film, including: The famous William Gibson script, which starts out with a commando team boarding the Sulaco and getting attacked by facehuggers while attempting to rescue Ripley and the survivors from Aliens.
The film would then follow Hicks and a newly-reconstructed Bishop on the Anchorpoint space station as they attempt to stop a series of biological experiments that change anyone infected by it into an alien Super Soldier. They escape with a group of survivors. In addition, this virus then somehow makes the jump to mechanical and computer systems and turns an entire space station into a giant Xenomorph.
Ripley would be in a coma for most of the film after having her cryosleep interrupted by the alien attack in the opening sequence; about the only thing this version has in common with the final film and would be sent away on a lifeboat. Newt would go to live with her grandparents on Earth.
Eric Red's script would have started similarly, with a commando team boarding the Sulaco, but they would have found everyone including Ripley dead. The rest of the film would have taken place in what appeared a small town in the U.
In a plot twist later in the film, it turned out that the "town" was actually part of a biodome in space, and the rest of the storyline was pretty much a rehash of the "Alien virus" idea in Gibson's script.
David Twohy's script featured a "prison planet" idea, but would have had the inmates being experimented on with biological agents much like Gibson's scriptand an inmate named Styles attempting to escape the planet. Twohy got to bring his prison planet to life years and years later in part of The Chronicles of Riddick.
Finally, Vincent Ward's spec script would have had Ripley crashland on a "wooden planet", populated by a group of monks who would see her as a temptress and the alien as an incarnation of the devil.
She would find Newt's tattered clothing at one point in the film, and it would climax with the final surviving monk giving Ripley CPR in order to drive the chestburster out of her body and into his, sacrificing himself in the process. The whole thing was heavily inspired by the works of Hieronymus Bosch and, if the concept art seen in the special edition DVD is any indication, it would have been a perfect storm of terror.
The chestburster was also supposed to burst out of an ox rather than a dog to set up the idea the Alien takes on the traits of its host as this Alien walks on all fours. However, the creature very obviously moves quickly like a dog, since it was played by a whippet in an alien costume.
The scene was almost impossible to film from the front because the dog did not agree with having its face completely concealed with an alien mask, and it looked very silly. The 'Director's Cut' of the film included on more recent boxsets has the Alien bursting from an ox as originally intended.
In either case, seeing the animal suffer makes for a very disturbing scene. A whole ensemble of other barnyard animals were even planned, including an alien sheep covered in gore-matted wool.
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