In Pictures: Alien movie collectibles at the Mint Museum of Toys

This solid pewter bust, one of 500 pieces, weighs 3.1kg. PHOTO: 20TH CENTURY FOX
This solid pewter bust, one of 500 pieces, weighs 3.1kg. PHOTO: 20TH CENTURY FOX
The classic alien queen head. PHOTO: 20TH CENTURY FOX
The classic alien queen head. PHOTO: 20TH CENTURY FOX
Third from left is a microbust featuring the facehugger alien in action.
Third from left is a microbust featuring the facehugger alien in action.
A model of the facehugger, the second stage of development of the alien from the movies.
A model of the facehugger, the second stage of development of the alien from the movies.
This Alien Warrior model kit is from the third Alien film and was co-designed by Tom Woodruff Jr, who created the full-size creature in the film. Unlike other collectibles, this model kits is to be assembled and painted by the consumer.
This Alien Warrior model kit is from the third Alien film and was co-designed by Tom Woodruff Jr, who created the full-size creature in the film. Unlike other collectibles, this model kits is to be assembled and painted by the consumer.

The Alien movie franchise has been scaring moviegoers since 1979.

Alien director Ridley Scott has returned for the latest installment in the blockbuster series, Alien: Covenant, 38 years after he first shocked fans with that iconic scene of an alien bursting out of the chest of John Hurt's character. 

Alien: Covenant opens in cinemas here on May 10. Starring Michael Fassbender, Katherine Waterston and Billy Crudup, the movie focuses on a colony ship, Covenant, which lands on a remote planet. 

  • BOOK IT/THE COLONY: ALIEN MOVIE POP-UP EXHIBITION

  • WHERE: Mint Museum of Toys
    26 Seah Street, Singapore 188382
    WHEN: Apr 27 to May 28 
    Admission: $15 

Fans can relive all the monsters and moments from the series before the movie opens at The Colony: Alien Movie Pop-up Exhibition at the Mint Museum of Toys. 

The pop-up showcases collectible statues and toys spun off from the seven-movie franchise which, according to Box Office Mojo, has generated more than US$180 million (S$251.1 million) at the worldwide box office to date. 

The month-long exhibition is on till May 28. Tickets are priced at $15 per person and includes access to other galleries in the museum. 

Here is a close-up look at some of the items on show. 


The classic alien queen head. PHOTOS: 20TH CENTURY FOX 


Third from left is a microbust featuring the facehugger alien in action. 


This solid pewter bust, one of 500 pieces, is 22cms tall and weighs 3.1kg.  


This Alien Warrior model kit is from the third Alien film and was co-designed by Tom Woodruff Jr, who created the full-size creature in the film. Unlike other collectibles, this model kits is to be assembled and painted by the consumer. 


A model of the facehugger, the second stage of development of the alien from the movies.