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A new tv spot for “Alien: Covenant” gives us some little bit more on what might have happened to Elizabeth Shaw. According to The Siver Times, Shaw was heading towards the planet of Engineers with the android David, incarnated by Michael Fassbender, to find answers. But since then, it has completely disappeared from circulation. Noomi Rapace is supposed to be in the cast of Alien: Covenant , but it is clear that for now, we have not seen it anywhere in the trailers of the film. According to Ridley Scott, it was at the beginning of the film that we discovered what happened to him. And now a TV spot titled “Dr. Shaw ” just sheds light on his fate. In the latter, we see especially the character of Katherine Waterston falling on an identification card that belonged to Dr. Shaw, Then a hologram of Elizabeth Shaw in person appears, while she is command of the Engineers ship. What is less reassuring is that a tail of Xenomorph seems to get him out of the back. Would it then be the famous Xenomorph? In any case, this would go in the direction of the scene teased by Ridley Scott at the Cinema Con. In this one, we find the android David and Elizabeth Shaw aboard the ship. And as they land on the planet of Engineers, the door of the ship opens and bombs that contain a mysterious black liquid explode on the inhabitants come to welcome them, melting them. Could this black liquid also be the source of Dr. Shaw’s transformation? And would that be the origin of the Xenomorphs ? And is David David behind it all? Answer May 10th. Many thanks to Kent for the heads-up.