Predator star Arnold Schwarzenegger reveals he's reprising his role as Dutch for an upcoming video game in the franchise.Ryan Scott
Dark Horse Comics is continuing their screenplay adaptation series with Predator: The Original Screenplay, which launches this summer.Kevin Burwick
It is well-known that Jean-Claude Van Damme was hired and quickly fired from the first Predator movie in 1987.Kevin Burwick
Silver Screen Bottling Company and Fox Studios have collaborated to bring Predator whiskey to life.Kevin Burwick
The new 4K Ultra HD transfer of 1987's Predator is a visual spectacle, leaving the maligned Blu-ray edition in the dust.Kevin Burwick
A hilariously terrible photo of Jean-Claude Van Damme on the Predator set shows off just how bad his version of the Hunter was.Kevin Burwick
Someone has made a Predator and Contra mashup that is absolutely perfect.Kevin Burwick
The Predator director Shane Black celebrates the legacy of the original with an incredible new poster for the 1987 classic.Ryan Scott
Mortal Kombat creator Ed Boon released a Predator poster for the Mortal Kombat X download pack coming in July.
New Predator director Shane Black teases that he and writer Fred Dekker plan on exploring and expanding the existing mythology instead of starting from scratch.
Shane Black, who played Hawkins in the original 1987 action classic Predator, has been tasked with directing, producing and overseeing the writing process on 20th Century Fox's reboot.
The Muscles from Brussels was initially set to play the title character before he was replaced by Kevin Peter Hall.
Fans can only pre-order the Predator 3D Blu-ray at the Fox Comic-Con 2013 booth (#3528) and get a limited-edition figurine featuring your severed head.
The 1987 sci-fi action classic will be available to pre-order at the convention, and includes a customized toy.
The ex-Governor of California is also prepping an original comic book character that he will announce this spring.B. Alan Orange
We have all the details on this Ultimate Hunter Edition of the action classic.
The just-announced Robert Rodriguez remake will hit theaters on July 7, 2010.
The director makes the announcement at a Texas press conference.