Katherine Waterston in a scene from "Alien: Covenant."
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"Alien" creator Ridley Scott says he's convinced that there are aliens out there – and one day they could come for us. As he prepared to release the sixth episode of his sci-fi horror series next month, the veteran director said Thursday he believed in higher beings. "When I did the first 'Alien' I had to get a sense of responsibility because the reaction to the [chestbuster] scene with John Hurt was beyond anything I expected," he told AFP, "but the film was very successful because people are perverse".He said he could not believe the terror he had created when he went to see people watching the film.
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