OT/MISC Was there an Alien/Aliens/Predator conspiracy with Weyland Yutani

Knoxville's Joker

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I wrote this a while back but in the cinematic universe there are some good questions:

Was there an Alien/Aliens/Predator conspiracy.



In Aliens Vs. Predator we notice a mask setup similar to what we see on the initial shot inside the Nostromo in Alien. In Alien3 extended length feature it is mentioned that Walmart bought out Weyland Yutani. The canon also establishes that Hyperdine systems is a rebranded cyberdine systems. The comics also link Dutch as being the template for the Terminators. In the alternate endings for The 2018 Predator one ending has Dutch in the pod and another Sigourney both noted as a Predator Killer.



This begs the bigger question did Weyland Yutani create their inventions or did they copy or borrow from an alien source?



Throw in the prequels of Prometheus and Alien Covenant and you also have to ask did Weyland know stuff was out there as they kept losing crews?



Did Weyland let Ripley slip through the cracks until the salvage team found her so that they could officially uncover the derelict space craft successfully?



In The Aliens Vs. Predator Video game that is a sequel to Aliens and tells us what happens to Hicks and Newt, it gets established that Bishop is a mental duplicate of Mister Weyland from a cerebral download in Aliens’ Vs. Predator that occurred shortly before the film.



This begs a bigger question in Aliens, did they purposefully cause the whole chain events to occur on purpose? If so that makes sense of the apparent relationship between Burke and Bishope (Lance Henreiksen.)



The even better question is have they created clones and teams all over the place trying to procure a living specimen to experiment on?



Alien Resurrection shows us that this would be the case.



The comics play out a story line where the Aliens infest Earth and they eventually manage to clean things up and there are cults that worship the queen that eventually cause havok upon the earth creating the situation there to start with.



This plays very well into today’s major conspiracy: Where did all our modern technology originate? Is Elon Musk getting help? Is our government partnering with unseen sources?



In the original Predator they come across a destroyed copter. This is our first indication that Dutch’s team was not the first. That they were trying to kill, maybe capture the creature. The cartel bust was just a distraction.



Predator 2 sees an unknown group trying to capture the creature. Ending with Danny Glover managing to kill the city hunter and given a gift from the bounty, a powder pistol.



In predators we find that the female lead is from Bolivia. Is she a decendent of Dutch? Did she get picked so that they could get revenge on his progeny? We know how that ended, or do we?



The 2018 Predator had one caveat that was not on screen. A lower part of the base where the humans were working with the predators. Add that and you see why the hybrid predator was soooo pissed. It also establishes that they take the skulls and spine for the cerebral spinal fluid and DNA to create a better hunter.



Did the Predators create the Xenomorphs? Did the Makers make the Predators? Did the predators conquer the makers? Or was it a partnership or conincidental meeting that gifted great tech? That has not been explored in plot as of yet and is one item of great debate.
 

tanstaafl

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Recall that in "Predator 2" the pistol was dated 1715, so it took them 300-plus years to actually accomplish anything via deliberate forced evolution (with the result being the Super Predator in 2018's "The Predator")? As a species the Predators must be scientific morons.
 

Knoxville's Joker

Veteran Member
Recall that in "Predator 2" the pistol was dated 1715, so it took them 300-plus years to actually accomplish anything via deliberate forced evolution (with the result being the Super Predator in 2018's "The Predator")? As a species the Predators must be scientific morons.
Some of that was covered in the novels.
 
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