You can forget your Independence day, THIS is the one i have been waiting for since Close Encounters. And whos at the helm? Peter Jackson of Lord Of
The Rings fame no less.
It looks like they have landed on earth and taken refuge in Africa, check out the craft and the Alien Interview on the trailer. The topics on the UFO
forums are strikingly similair to some of thye things you see here. I would love to more about it though as it doesn't seem to give much away. At one
point the interviewer asks how they use their weapons. The look of the Alien (The face has been pixelated out) is an interesting choice is at doesn't
seem to look like your typical grey. I nearly had an accident watching this.
There is also some strange font similair to the Caret drones on the official website, although i'm not sure if their is a link there.
I just thought in relation to what we percieve aliens to look like and the general tone of the film and trailer it would be worth talking about.
If it doesn't belong here i would be very happy for the mods to move it to wherever it needs to go. It's the relation to the real topic and how and
why the film industry have taken it upon themselves to use the Alien interview that is is famous within this subject. They obviously saw and used this
footage as an idea for the film.
My 13 yr old son and his bud went to see the new Wolverine movie yesterday and saw this trailer....
This is all that they have talked about and cannot wait for the movie and hopefully the video game.....
Last night they were all over the internet seeking out any and all info on this movie...and I heard them say this: "Bungie productions and D-9"
Just watched the trailer myself and am highly intrigued by the whole MNU concept.
I am posting this because of something that I read on another huge thread here
on ATS about the "Enlightened Ones" and movies/games.
The Shards of the Illuminati....
OP.....check this thread out and please post your thoughts.
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