Ridley Scott's director's cut of Alien reinserted a legendary deleted scene

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In Ridley Scott's Alien: Director's Cut, a scene that significantly weakens the franchise's overall plot was reinserted.

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Over the years, the Alien series has produced a few well-known deleted scenes

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such as Ripley's (Sigourney Weaver) discovery of Burke (Paul Reiser) while he is cocooned in the conclusion

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of Aliens or the brief appearance of the reawakened Engineer in Ridley Scott's prequel Prometheus.

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Previously only found in novelizations or articles about the series, these scenes are now widely available thanks to DVD and Blu-ray releases.

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Of course, the 1979 original established the majority of the guidelines for the titular Xenomorph in the Alien film series

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 from its lifecycle to the creature bleeding acid blood.

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The answer to the question of what laid the eggs that the crew 

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of the Nostromo found in the abandoned spacecraft was kept a mystery until the 1986 film Aliens was released. 

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The Alien Queen, who lays the eggs and is the head of a specific Xenomorph hive, was made known by James Cameron's sequel.

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The creature lifecycle, however, almost went in a very different direction in the first movie.

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