Country: United States
Category: Action, Adventure, Horror
Release Date: September 14, 2018
Director: Shane Black
Starring: Harrison Ford, Ryan Gosling, Ana de Armas
Age Restriction: 18 years
Duration: 115 minutes
Box Office: $
The Predator is a 2018 Twentieth Century Fox, Davis Entertainment. The Predator is scheduled to be released on September 15, 2018.
A month ago, The Predator was unveiling its first trailer. The opportunity to see that indeed Shane Black had affixed his leg on the franchise in distress. But he still kept it under his elbow apparently. And good, it must also be said that the film is not supposed to come out before October 17, so we still have plenty of time to prepare for the new Predator adventure. A new adventure that, obviously, will be rich in surprises and should speak of madness while dealing with the usual themes of the director, like childhood immersed in chaos, all that.
The first movie released a month ago had already shown that the treatment of the Predator would not be the same as in previous films, which is still a very good idea and he should hunt in urban and mainly night, which still reminds us of some bad memories. If it is too early to get an opinion on the potential of the film, here is a new trailer arrives a bit without warning and shatters everything. Indeed, the film still reserved a huge surprise that this new trailer has just ventured: The Predator will not be the biggest threat of the film. Indeed, throughout this trailer we are talking about genetics, manipulation, evolution and ultimately, we see our creature being corrected by what is called a Mega Predator: A genetically modified Predator.
And nothing but this detail changes a lot of things obviously. Just like this raises new questions. And at the same time it puts a big big doubt on the fact of being faced with the Predator promised and hoped, or facing something else. But it is obvious that Shane Black's film will probably not stop there and should still have some surprises in the last few months that separate us from its theatrical release. And then, let's not forget that a video never makes the shots.