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VIDEO AVAILABLE: info@cover-images.com A sci-fi fan loves the Aliens films so much - he is building his own museum. Barcelona-based Luis Nostromo - real surname Escribano but renamed after the film's spaceship - saw the original Ridley Scott film when he was young, and a life-long passion developed. The 42-year-old has now almost completed his painstakingly detailed homage to the series of films. Luis, a driver by occupation, says everything in the 55-square-metre space, located in his neighbourhood, is handmade and has been created using wood, metal grating, plastic, PVC, and other recycled materials. He explains: "I saw Alien when I was 9 years old; I was so scared but fascinated by the creature. Then I saw Aliens and then became obsessed by the franchise, and started to collect some alien toys, books etc.. "In the last years, the collection grew faster and I have some original screen-used pieces from the movies; like the chest armour of the marine Frost in Aliens or other Prometheus or Covenant stuff. "The plan is to allow concerted visits once finished, hopefully next year (in 2020) it will be 100% done." Where: Barcelona, Spain When: 15 Apr 2019 Credit: Luis Nostromo/Cover Images **MANDATORY CREDIT: Luis Nostromo/Cover Images. Editorial Use Only VIDEO AVAILABLE: info@cover-images.com**
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VIDEO AVAILABLE: info@cover-images.com A sci-fi fan loves the Aliens films so much - he is building his own museum. Barcelona-based Luis Nostromo - real surname Escribano but renamed after the film's spaceship - saw the original Ridley Scott film when he was young, and a life-long passion developed. The 42-year-old has now almost completed his painstakingly detailed homage to the series of films. Luis, a driver by occupation, says everything in the 55-square-metre space, located in his neighbourhood, is handmade and has been created using wood, metal grating, plastic, PVC, and other recycled materials. He explains: "I saw Alien when I was 9 years old; I was so scared but fascinated by the creature. Then I saw Aliens and then became obsessed by the franchise, and started to collect some alien toys, books etc.. "In the last years, the collection grew faster and I have some original screen-used pieces from the movies; like the chest armour of the marine Frost in Aliens or other Prometheus or Covenant stuff. "The plan is to allow concerted visits once finished, hopefully next year (in 2020) it will be 100% done." Where: Barcelona, Spain When: 15 Apr 2019 Credit: Luis Nostromo/Cover Images **MANDATORY CREDIT: Luis Nostromo/Cover Images. Editorial Use Only VIDEO AVAILABLE: info@cover-images.com**
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VIDEO AVAILABLE: info@cover-images.com A sci-fi fan loves the Aliens films so much - he is building his own museum. Barcelona-based Luis Nostromo - real surname Escribano but renamed after the film's spaceship - saw the original Ridley Scott film when he was young, and a life-long passion developed. The 42-year-old has now almost completed his painstakingly detailed homage to the series of films. Luis, a driver by occupation, says everything in the 55-square-metre space, located in his neighbourhood, is handmade and has been created using wood, metal grating, plastic, PVC, and other recycled materials. He explains: "I saw Alien when I was 9 years old; I was so scared but fascinated by the creature. Then I saw Aliens and then became obsessed by the franchise, and started to collect some alien toys, books etc.. "In the last years, the collection grew faster and I have some original screen-used pieces from the movies; like the chest armour of the marine Frost in Aliens or other Prometheus or Covenant stuff. "The plan is to allow concerted visits once finished, hopefully next year (in 2020) it will be 100% done." Where: Barcelona, Spain When: 15 Apr 2019 Credit: Luis Nostromo/Cover Images **MANDATORY CREDIT: Luis Nostromo/Cover Images. Editorial Use Only VIDEO AVAILABLE: info@cover-images.com**
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VIDEO AVAILABLE: info@cover-images.com A sci-fi fan loves the Aliens films so much - he is building his own museum. Barcelona-based Luis Nostromo - real surname Escribano but renamed after the film's spaceship - saw the original Ridley Scott film when he was young, and a life-long passion developed. The 42-year-old has now almost completed his painstakingly detailed homage to the series of films. Luis, a driver by occupation, says everything in the 55-square-metre space, located in his neighbourhood, is handmade and has been created using wood, metal grating, plastic, PVC, and other recycled materials. He explains: "I saw Alien when I was 9 years old; I was so scared but fascinated by the creature. Then I saw Aliens and then became obsessed by the franchise, and started to collect some alien toys, books etc.. "In the last years, the collection grew faster and I have some original screen-used pieces from the movies; like the chest armour of the marine Frost in Aliens or other Prometheus or Covenant stuff. "The plan is to allow concerted visits once finished, hopefully next year (in 2020) it will be 100% done." Where: Barcelona, Spain When: 15 Apr 2019 Credit: Luis Nostromo/Cover Images **MANDATORY CREDIT: Luis Nostromo/Cover Images. Editorial Use Only VIDEO AVAILABLE: info@cover-images.com**
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VIDEO AVAILABLE: info@cover-images.com A sci-fi fan loves the Aliens films so much - he is building his own museum. Barcelona-based Luis Nostromo - real surname Escribano but renamed after the film's spaceship - saw the original Ridley Scott film when he was young, and a life-long passion developed. The 42-year-old has now almost completed his painstakingly detailed homage to the series of films. Luis, a driver by occupation, says everything in the 55-square-metre space, located in his neighbourhood, is handmade and has been created using wood, metal grating, plastic, PVC, and other recycled materials. He explains: "I saw Alien when I was 9 years old; I was so scared but fascinated by the creature. Then I saw Aliens and then became obsessed by the franchise, and started to collect some alien toys, books etc.. "In the last years, the collection grew faster and I have some original screen-used pieces from the movies; like the chest armour of the marine Frost in Aliens or other Prometheus or Covenant stuff. "The plan is to allow concerted visits once finished, hopefully next year (in 2020) it will be 100% done." Where: Barcelona, Spain When: 15 Apr 2019 Credit: Luis Nostromo/Cover Images **MANDATORY CREDIT: Luis Nostromo/Cover Images. Editorial Use Only VIDEO AVAILABLE: info@cover-images.com**
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VIDEO AVAILABLE: info@cover-images.com A sci-fi fan loves the Aliens films so much - he is building his own museum. Barcelona-based Luis Nostromo - real surname Escribano but renamed after the film's spaceship - saw the original Ridley Scott film when he was young, and a life-long passion developed. The 42-year-old has now almost completed his painstakingly detailed homage to the series of films. Luis, a driver by occupation, says everything in the 55-square-metre space, located in his neighbourhood, is handmade and has been created using wood, metal grating, plastic, PVC, and other recycled materials. He explains: "I saw Alien when I was 9 years old; I was so scared but fascinated by the creature. Then I saw Aliens and then became obsessed by the franchise, and started to collect some alien toys, books etc.. "In the last years, the collection grew faster and I have some original screen-used pieces from the movies; like the chest armour of the marine Frost in Aliens or other Prometheus or Covenant stuff. "The plan is to allow concerted visits once finished, hopefully next year (in 2020) it will be 100% done." Where: Barcelona, Spain When: 15 Apr 2019 Credit: Luis Nostromo/Cover Images **MANDATORY CREDIT: Luis Nostromo/Cover Images. Editorial Use Only VIDEO AVAILABLE: info@cover-images.com**
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VIDEO AVAILABLE: info@cover-images.com PICTURE SHOWS: Luis Nostromo met Michael Fassbender was at the Alien Covenant premiere ..... STORY COPY: A sci-fi fan loves the Aliens films so much - he is building his own museum. Barcelona-based Luis Nostromo - real surname Escribano but renamed after the film's spaceship - saw the original Ridley Scott film when he was young, and a life-long passion developed. The 42-year-old has now almost completed his painstakingly detailed homage to the series of films. Luis, a driver by occupation, says everything in the 55-square-metre space, located in his neighbourhood, is handmade and has been created using wood, metal grating, plastic, PVC, and other recycled materials. He explains: "I saw Alien when I was 9 years old; I was so scared but fascinated by the creature. Then I saw Aliens and then became obsessed by the franchise, and started to collect some alien toys, books etc.. "In the last years, the collection grew faster and I have some original screen-used pieces from the movies; like the chest armour of the marine Frost in Aliens or other Prometheus or Covenant stuff. "The plan is to allow concerted visits once finished, hopefully next year (in 2020) it will be 100% done." Featuring: Michael Fassbender, Luis Nostromo Where: Barcelona, Spain When: 15 Apr 2019 Credit: Luis Nostromo/Cover Images **MANDATORY CREDIT: Luis Nostromo/Cover Images. Editorial Use Only VIDEO AVAILABLE: info@cover-images.com**
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VIDEO AVAILABLE: info@cover-images.com A sci-fi fan loves the Aliens films so much - he is building his own museum. Barcelona-based Luis Nostromo - real surname Escribano but renamed after the film's spaceship - saw the original Ridley Scott film when he was young, and a life-long passion developed. The 42-year-old has now almost completed his painstakingly detailed homage to the series of films. Luis, a driver by occupation, says everything in the 55-square-metre space, located in his neighbourhood, is handmade and has been created using wood, metal grating, plastic, PVC, and other recycled materials. He explains: "I saw Alien when I was 9 years old; I was so scared but fascinated by the creature. Then I saw Aliens and then became obsessed by the franchise, and started to collect some alien toys, books etc.. "In the last years, the collection grew faster and I have some original screen-used pieces from the movies; like the chest armour of the marine Frost in Aliens or other Prometheus or Covenant stuff. "The plan is to allow concerted visits once finished, hopefully next year (in 2020) it will be 100% done." Where: Barcelona, Spain When: 15 Apr 2019 Credit: Luis Nostromo/Cover Images **MANDATORY CREDIT: Luis Nostromo/Cover Images. Editorial Use Only VIDEO AVAILABLE: info@cover-images.com**
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VIDEO AVAILABLE: info@cover-images.com A sci-fi fan loves the Aliens films so much - he is building his own museum. Barcelona-based Luis Nostromo - real surname Escribano but renamed after the film's spaceship - saw the original Ridley Scott film when he was young, and a life-long passion developed. The 42-year-old has now almost completed his painstakingly detailed homage to the series of films. Luis, a driver by occupation, says everything in the 55-square-metre space, located in his neighbourhood, is handmade and has been created using wood, metal grating, plastic, PVC, and other recycled materials. He explains: "I saw Alien when I was 9 years old; I was so scared but fascinated by the creature. Then I saw Aliens and then became obsessed by the franchise, and started to collect some alien toys, books etc.. "In the last years, the collection grew faster and I have some original screen-used pieces from the movies; like the chest armour of the marine Frost in Aliens or other Prometheus or Covenant stuff. "The plan is to allow concerted visits once finished, hopefully next year (in 2020) it will be 100% done." Where: Barcelona, Spain When: 15 Apr 2019 Credit: Luis Nostromo/Cover Images **MANDATORY CREDIT: Luis Nostromo/Cover Images. Editorial Use Only VIDEO AVAILABLE: info@cover-images.com**
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VIDEO AVAILABLE: info@cover-images.com A sci-fi fan loves the Aliens films so much - he is building his own museum. Barcelona-based Luis Nostromo - real surname Escribano but renamed after the film's spaceship - saw the original Ridley Scott film when he was young, and a life-long passion developed. The 42-year-old has now almost completed his painstakingly detailed homage to the series of films. Luis, a driver by occupation, says everything in the 55-square-metre space, located in his neighbourhood, is handmade and has been created using wood, metal grating, plastic, PVC, and other recycled materials. He explains: "I saw Alien when I was 9 years old; I was so scared but fascinated by the creature. Then I saw Aliens and then became obsessed by the franchise, and started to collect some alien toys, books etc.. "In the last years, the collection grew faster and I have some original screen-used pieces from the movies; like the chest armour of the marine Frost in Aliens or other Prometheus or Covenant stuff. "The plan is to allow concerted visits once finished, hopefully next year (in 2020) it will be 100% done." Where: Barcelona, Spain When: 15 Apr 2019 Credit: Luis Nostromo/Cover Images **MANDATORY CREDIT: Luis Nostromo/Cover Images. Editorial Use Only VIDEO AVAILABLE: info@cover-images.com**
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VIDEO AVAILABLE: info@cover-images.com A sci-fi fan loves the Aliens films so much - he is building his own museum. Barcelona-based Luis Nostromo - real surname Escribano but renamed after the film's spaceship - saw the original Ridley Scott film when he was young, and a life-long passion developed. The 42-year-old has now almost completed his painstakingly detailed homage to the series of films. Luis, a driver by occupation, says everything in the 55-square-metre space, located in his neighbourhood, is handmade and has been created using wood, metal grating, plastic, PVC, and other recycled materials. He explains: "I saw Alien when I was 9 years old; I was so scared but fascinated by the creature. Then I saw Aliens and then became obsessed by the franchise, and started to collect some alien toys, books etc.. "In the last years, the collection grew faster and I have some original screen-used pieces from the movies; like the chest armour of the marine Frost in Aliens or other Prometheus or Covenant stuff. "The plan is to allow concerted visits once finished, hopefully next year (in 2020) it will be 100% done." Where: Barcelona, Spain When: 12 Apr 2019 Credit: Luis Nostromo/Cover Images **MANDATORY CREDIT: Luis Nostromo/Cover Images. Editorial Use Only VIDEO AVAILABLE: info@cover-images.com**
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VIDEO AVAILABLE: info@cover-images.com A sci-fi fan loves the Aliens films so much - he is building his own museum. Barcelona-based Luis Nostromo - real surname Escribano but renamed after the film's spaceship - saw the original Ridley Scott film when he was young, and a life-long passion developed. The 42-year-old has now almost completed his painstakingly detailed homage to the series of films. Luis, a driver by occupation, says everything in the 55-square-metre space, located in his neighbourhood, is handmade and has been created using wood, metal grating, plastic, PVC, and other recycled materials. He explains: "I saw Alien when I was 9 years old; I was so scared but fascinated by the creature. Then I saw Aliens and then became obsessed by the franchise, and started to collect some alien toys, books etc.. "In the last years, the collection grew faster and I have some original screen-used pieces from the movies; like the chest armour of the marine Frost in Aliens or other Prometheus or Covenant stuff. "The plan is to allow concerted visits once finished, hopefully next year (in 2020) it will be 100% done." Where: Barcelona, Spain When: 12 Apr 2019 Credit: Luis Nostromo/Cover Images **MANDATORY CREDIT: Luis Nostromo/Cover Images. Editorial Use Only VIDEO AVAILABLE: info@cover-images.com**
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VIDEO AVAILABLE: info@cover-images.com A sci-fi fan loves the Aliens films so much - he is building his own museum. Barcelona-based Luis Nostromo - real surname Escribano but renamed after the film's spaceship - saw the original Ridley Scott film when he was young, and a life-long passion developed. The 42-year-old has now almost completed his painstakingly detailed homage to the series of films. Luis, a driver by occupation, says everything in the 55-square-metre space, located in his neighbourhood, is handmade and has been created using wood, metal grating, plastic, PVC, and other recycled materials. He explains: "I saw Alien when I was 9 years old; I was so scared but fascinated by the creature. Then I saw Aliens and then became obsessed by the franchise, and started to collect some alien toys, books etc.. "In the last years, the collection grew faster and I have some original screen-used pieces from the movies; like the chest armour of the marine Frost in Aliens or other Prometheus or Covenant stuff. "The plan is to allow concerted visits once finished, hopefully next year (in 2020) it will be 100% done." Where: Barcelona, Spain When: 16 Mar 2019 Credit: Luis Nostromo/Cover Images **MANDATORY CREDIT: Luis Nostromo/Cover Images. Editorial Use Only VIDEO AVAILABLE: info@cover-images.com**
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VIDEO AVAILABLE: info@cover-images.com A sci-fi fan loves the Aliens films so much - he is building his own museum. Barcelona-based Luis Nostromo - real surname Escribano but renamed after the film's spaceship - saw the original Ridley Scott film when he was young, and a life-long passion developed. The 42-year-old has now almost completed his painstakingly detailed homage to the series of films. Luis, a driver by occupation, says everything in the 55-square-metre space, located in his neighbourhood, is handmade and has been created using wood, metal grating, plastic, PVC, and other recycled materials. He explains: "I saw Alien when I was 9 years old; I was so scared but fascinated by the creature. Then I saw Aliens and then became obsessed by the franchise, and started to collect some alien toys, books etc.. "In the last years, the collection grew faster and I have some original screen-used pieces from the movies; like the chest armour of the marine Frost in Aliens or other Prometheus or Covenant stuff. "The plan is to allow concerted visits once finished, hopefully next year (in 2020) it will be 100% done." Where: Barcelona, Spain When: 16 Mar 2019 Credit: Luis Nostromo/Cover Images **MANDATORY CREDIT: Luis Nostromo/Cover Images. Editorial Use Only VIDEO AVAILABLE: info@cover-images.com**
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VIDEO AVAILABLE: info@cover-images.com A sci-fi fan loves the Aliens films so much - he is building his own museum. Barcelona-based Luis Nostromo - real surname Escribano but renamed after the film's spaceship - saw the original Ridley Scott film when he was young, and a life-long passion developed. The 42-year-old has now almost completed his painstakingly detailed homage to the series of films. Luis, a driver by occupation, says everything in the 55-square-metre space, located in his neighbourhood, is handmade and has been created using wood, metal grating, plastic, PVC, and other recycled materials. He explains: "I saw Alien when I was 9 years old; I was so scared but fascinated by the creature. Then I saw Aliens and then became obsessed by the franchise, and started to collect some alien toys, books etc.. "In the last years, the collection grew faster and I have some original screen-used pieces from the movies; like the chest armour of the marine Frost in Aliens or other Prometheus or Covenant stuff. "The plan is to allow concerted visits once finished, hopefully next year (in 2020) it will be 100% done." Where: Barcelona, Spain When: 08 Mar 2019 Credit: Luis Nostromo/Cover Images **MANDATORY CREDIT: Luis Nostromo/Cover Images. Editorial Use Only VIDEO AVAILABLE: info@cover-images.com**
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VIDEO AVAILABLE: info@cover-images.com A sci-fi fan loves the Aliens films so much - he is building his own museum. Barcelona-based Luis Nostromo - real surname Escribano but renamed after the film's spaceship - saw the original Ridley Scott film when he was young, and a life-long passion developed. The 42-year-old has now almost completed his painstakingly detailed homage to the series of films. Luis, a driver by occupation, says everything in the 55-square-metre space, located in his neighbourhood, is handmade and has been created using wood, metal grating, plastic, PVC, and other recycled materials. He explains: "I saw Alien when I was 9 years old; I was so scared but fascinated by the creature. Then I saw Aliens and then became obsessed by the franchise, and started to collect some alien toys, books etc.. "In the last years, the collection grew faster and I have some original screen-used pieces from the movies; like the chest armour of the marine Frost in Aliens or other Prometheus or Covenant stuff. "The plan is to allow concerted visits once finished, hopefully next year (in 2020) it will be 100% done." Where: Barcelona, Spain When: 27 Feb 2019 Credit: Luis Nostromo/Cover Images **MANDATORY CREDIT: Luis Nostromo/Cover Images. Editorial Use Only VIDEO AVAILABLE: info@cover-images.com**
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