Sent to eliminate a gun running camp in Central America, United States Major Dutch Schaeffer and his commandos get more than they bargain for when they cross paths with a mysterious assassin.
As members of their unit begin to disappear, Dutch, Dillon (Carl Weathers), Blain (Jesse Ventura) conclude that whatever is hunting them is not of this earth. Every attempt at a tactical defense is a defeated for Dutch and company and it is only in the end stretch of their race to safety that they?re suspicions are confirmed and they encounter the alien nimrod face to face.
Back in March, just before Mortal Kombat X debuted, it was announced that the monstrous Predator from the 1987 action classic of the same name, will be available for fans to play in a download pack. Jason Voorhees and Tanya are two new downloadable characters that fans can already play. As fans get ready for the Predator pack, Mortal Kombat creator Ed Boon has released new posters through his Twitter page, featuring the title creature himself along with original Predator character Dillon, portrayed by Carl Weathers in the first movie.
While fans will have to wait a few more weeks before the download packs are available in July, footage from the video game, which has since been removed, offers new details about the expansion. Each of these Predator characters have three different variations, which have their own unique designs, with one of the Predator's fighting without a mask. The Predator will also be able to hurl his discs at opponents, set off mines, use his wrist-blades, fire his shoulder cannon, and even initiate a self-destruct sequence, which destroys everything around the killing machine, except him.Read More
Yesterday, it was announced that the ultimate hunter from the 1987 hit sci-fi adventure thriller Predator was coming to Mortal Kombat X as part of the new DLC Kombat Pack. Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has now released a video, which introduces the playable character, who arrives with three other exciting additions to the game. Also included in the DLC Kombat Pack will be classic Mortal Kombat characters Tremor and Tanya. And they arrive alongside Jason Voorhees, the iconic slasher from Friday the 13th.
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The big news item that surfaced yesterday was that Shane Black has come aboard to direct, produce and oversee the writing process on 20th Century Fox's Untitled Predator Reboot. The filmmaker will first write the outline before his The Monster Squad co-writer Fred Dekker takes over screenplay duties.
The filmmaker also added that Fred Dekker is the "perfect" choice to write the screenplay for Untitled Predator Reboot, and that he "had a blast" working with the writer on The Monster Squad.Read More
20th Century Fox has hired Shane Black to write, produce and direct a Predator reboot.
Shane Black will first write an initial outline laying out the story, before Fred Dekker, Shane Black's old college friend and co-writer of The Monster Squad, takes over screenwriting duties. Shane Black will oversee the entire writing process.Read More
Before Jean-Claude Van Damme had his breakout role in the martial-arts drama Bloodsport, the Muscles from Brussels was originally set to play the title character in Predator. At the time, the creature design was much different, with the actor spending a few days on the set running around in a red, lobster-esque suit, which we can now see thanks to The Monster Show, a web series put on by the Stan Winston School of Character Arts. Steve Johnson, who worked on Predator and a number of iconic movies such as Ghostbusters and The Abyss, explained how unhappy Jean-Claude Van Damme was with the suit, how he thought he would be able to showcase his martial arts skills in this movie and much more, along with footage from his early days on the set, and images of the original costume design.
Of course, after the 5'9" Jean-Claude Van Damme left the project, they considerably reworked the Predator design and brought in the 7'2" Kevin Peter Hall to play this massive alien creature. The movie went on to earn over $59 million domestic in 1987 (the equivalent of $127.5 million today) from a $15 million budget, and also served as the acting debuts for both Jesse Ventura and filmmaker Shane Black.Read More
Nothing like it has ever been at Comic-Con before... Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment is bringing an iconic franchise to San Diego as Predator hunts for prey on the convention floor.
In a first-of-its-kind activation at Comic-Con, fans can enter booth #3528 and have their photo taken with state of the art cameras courtesy of 3D Systems. Their image will then be used to make them the victim as a customized figurine is created using 3D Systems 3D printing technology that features the Predator alien holding the fans' severed head!Read More
The mystery behind 20th Century Fox's Predator plans at Comic-Con 2013 have been solved. While many thought the studio would announce a sequel to Predators or an Untitled Predator Reboot, the big reveal is that the original 1987 classic Predator will be released on Blu-ray 3D. Plus, fans who visit the Fox booth (#4229) can get their photographs taken for their likeness to be depicted on a mini-figurine featuring the Predator holding up a severed head and spine. Take a look at these figurine photos, then read on for more information.
The studio has not confirmed when the Predator Blu-ray 3D will be released, but fans can pre-order their copies at the Fox booth starting on Preview Night, Wednesday, June 17. Fans who get their photos taken and purchase the mini-figurines will receive them by mail after the convention.Read More