They may be on different tracks of quality as of late, but fans have been holding out hope to see new versions of Terminator and Predators for a while now. Sadly, it looks like the odds for either are pretty slim.
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You wake up, still in your fighting gear. You're in a jungle filled with strange noises. Looking up, you see a vast planet filling the sky, and it dawns on you that you're on an alien world. And hey, what's that clicking sound? And why are there three little red laser lights on your chest? And then a moment later you're blown away by Predators. Or, at least, that's what would happen if you were a human in the movie Predators. Or an episode of Star Trek. Or The Twilight Zone. Or ...
Wait a second—the latest Predators movie is actually decent? How can that be? One reason, surely, is the amazing high-tech grab bag of weaponry the Predator uses.
In our exclusive interviews with the creators of Predators, Adrien Brody shares how he conditioned himself to be "riled up," director Nimrod Antal talks about how other Predator films dropped the ball and producer Robert Rodriguez explains how he stayed loyal to the series.
The Predator is a noble hunter who challenges our deadliest earthly warriors to battle—and this summer, Predators challenges other summer movies to defeat its brawling alien action. The audience will be the final judge when Predators opens Friday, but here are a few things that might give it the edge.
Predators stars Adrien Brody, Alice Braga, Laurence Fishburne and —oh, who are we kidding? It stars Predators!
The first TV spot for Robert Rodriguez's Predators.
Not that there's been anything wrong with the posters that have been released so far for the upcoming Predators film, but there's been nothing so amazing that it's blown us away—until now.
It's the start of Memorial Day weekend, which can only mean one thing—BBQs and hot summer movies.