Director tells it is ridiculous to think that we are alone in the universe and guesses superior beings will one day tour Earth
Alien creator Ridley Scott has said that he is convinced that there are extra-terrestrials out there and the working day they will come for us.
The veteran director said he believed in higher beings as he prepared to liberation the sixth escapade of the sci-fi horror succession, Alien: Covenant, next month.
I believe in superior beings. I think it is certainly likely. An expert I was talking to at Nasa said to me, Have you ever gazed in the sky at night? You mean to tell me we are it? Thats ridiculous.
The experts have now applied a number on it having assessed what is out there. They say that there are between 100 and 200 entities that could be having a similar evolution to us right now.
So when you appreciate a big thought in the sky, run for it, he joked.
Because they are a lot smarter than we are, and if you are stupid enough to provoke them you will be taken out in three seconds.
Alien: Covenant the second largest of the prequel cinemas, set forth in 2104 on board a spaceship carrying 2,000 cryogenically frozen immigrants to a remote planet when they chance upon an unfamiliar paradise.
But their navigate soon turns into a grisly nightmare that performs Aliens original chestbuster scene seem tamed in comparison.
The neomorph foreigners in the brand-new movie are based on the goblin shark which has a mouth which hinges in two ways. Its spooky, grisly beyond belief actually, Scott said.
The 79 -year-old British-born director who was also the intelligences behind Blade Runner said he never tired of frightening parties out of their skins.
When I did the first Alien I had to get a sense of responsibility because the reaction to the kitchen( chestbuser) scene with John Hurt was beyond anything I expected and it was not good, he said.
But the movie has been a great success because people are perverse.
He said he could not accept the fright he had created when he went to see parties watching the movie. Everybody was half underneath the seat watching by the time you get to the kitchen scene. There were women underneath the seat with her husband accommodating her. I said this is not healthy.
Scott, nonetheless, claimed that he was unshockable.
Nothing scares me. I have a 9mm( pistol ), he said.
If there is a problem I tend to close down into soothes. When you walk in in the morning on a movie and 600 parties make and all look at you, that is scary, he said.
Scott, who was knighted in 2003, is about to make a film about the Battle of Britain during the second world war, when the Royal Air Force contended off the German Luftwaffe.