Xenomoph or Alien – Its my favorite film monster. For my money, anything that has acid for blood is more than dangerous, fatal is more accurate.
Al Mathews has a very serious concern.
As with any weapon your finger should Never be on the trigger ; in the trigger well (a semicircular band of metal that encloses vertically the trigger of a firearm), unless you are going to kill.
Al Matthews played the barking Sgt. Apone, known for quotes like “A day in the Marine Corps is like a day on the farm. Every meal’s a banquet! Every paycheck a fortune! Every formation a parade! I LOVE the Corps!” He continued to work in film appearing in Hollywood blockbusters like The Fifth Element (1997) and Tomorrow Never Dies (1997). Now 70, Matthews was the first black voice on England’s national station, BBC Radio 1, and continues to work in British radio as an actor and presenter. Most recently he reprised the role of Apone for the video game Aliens: Colonial Marines (2013).
ill Paxton played Pvt. Hudson in the film. He went on to star in many other popular films like Apollo 13, Predator 2, Twister, True Lies, and Titanic. Paxton’s popularity followed him to television. He starred in the hit HBO series Big Love (2006–2011) and the History Channel miniseries Hatfields & McCoys (2012) which earned him an Emmy Award nomination.
Jenette Goldstein, now 53-years-old, played the tough-as-nails Space Marine PFC Jenette Vasquez. Although she played a Hispanic character, she’s Jewish by birth. Since Aliens, she’s acted in a number of high-profile films like Lethal Weapon 2 (1989), Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991) and Star Trek Generations (1994). Her last major role was in the horror film Autopsy (2008). Today she’s the owner of “Jenette Bras,” a large-size bra specialist in California known for its slogan “The alphabet starts at ‘D'”.
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