Movie aliens come in all shapes and sizes. They can be good, bad, somewhere in the middle or simply comedic relief.
Hollywood could be way off on how extraterrestrials actually look if any should ever deem us worthy of a visit!
But for now, we have what our most creative souls in Hollywood have told us they look like. Some of our favorite aliens can be seen, like right now! Watch Avatar online or watch Riddick online and you’ll meet a few!
Click through and check out which movie aliens are our favorites, i.e. 14 awesome aliens!
Yoda in the Star Wars movies showed us that aliens can be the smartest and wisest of all of a movie’s characters. Kick ass, he can too.
The Alien from Aliens
The Alien from the Aliens movies, now they existed for one purpose and one purpose only — to completely ruin our days… and nights. Those are some nasty bastards. Love the way a second set of teeth comes emerging out of the mouth! Scary to the max.
Steven Spielberg’s E.T. taught us that they’re all not here to take over our world. Also, his alien had… well, heart!
The Predator was as menacing as the alien from Aliens, but he was so much more. He could go invisible and basically was almost impossible to kill. That is, unless you’re Arnold!
Alien Leader from Mars Attacks!
For pure humor, nothing can beat the alien leader of Tim Burton’s Mars Attacks!
Chewbacca from Star Wars
Chewbacca was the perfect wing man. Well, if being a wing man means being there to kick butt for your BFF. Everybody give us your best Chewbacca roar and connect with your inner Wookie!
Na’vi from Avatar
The Na’vi are a nature loving group of aliens in James Cameron’s Avatar world. What’s not to love?
Vincent D’Onofrio in Men in Black
Vincent D’Onofrio in Men in Black was a great combination of pure brute force meets comic relief. Love that guy!
Aliens from Starship Troopers
The aliens from Starship Troopers are more of the bug-like variety that Hollywood likes to throw at us every couple of decades. But the way they came at those troops in Starship Troopers was utterly terrifying.
Aliens from District 9
The aliens in District 9 were kind of like aliens of another kind. We love how they looked and more importantly, the message the film told by using E.T.s as a parallel for foreign immigration.
The Aliens from Independence Day
Who doesn’t love an alien that only says one word throughout an entire movie after causing so much destruction? And that word was: “Diiiiiiiiiiie!”
The Klingons in the Star Trek world have proven to be both enemies and friends. They’re versatile! We’ll see what role they play in the future installments of the new Star Trek. Either way, they are quite the innovative alien invention!