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God forbid we're allowed to see gore in our trailers here in America. Someone may get scarred for life at the sight of fake blood and latex! The Predators international red band trailer has hit online today, and it puts ours to shame. YAY! Well, thank god for the interwebs!
Three more fairly big names have been linked to Rupert Wyatt's next entry into the Planet of the Apes franchise titled Planet of the Apes: Rise of the Apes, and hopefully they'll help the already announced participants erase the bad taste left in our mouths from Tim Burton's fiasco.
Good news, bad news, kids! The second TV spot for Predators is finally out there. So what's bad about that? It's been bootlegged and uploaded to YouTube. There's lots of new footage to dig on including your first look at a decloaking Predator. Hang tight while we try to get a higher quality look for you guys, but this should do for now.
Seriously, is it July 9th yet? We cannot remember the last time we were so excited for a film to get here already! Yep, Nimrod Antal's Predators is looking pretty damned amazing. Speaking of which, how about an image from the creatures' intergalactic home world?
This is it, Dread Heads! You want the goods? The goods are here! We're talking dozens and dozens of images from Nimrod Antal's Predators! Do you think your nerves can stand it? Please let these next few weeks fly by!
The debate about 3D filmmaking is a truly heated one. Do 2D to 3D conversions hurt the experience? Even if a film is shot in 3D, is the experience worth the extra four bucks at the box office? With Ridley Scott helming two prequels to the horror classic Alien, both of which are to be shot in 3D, the visionary director decided to chime in on the subject.
We've all seen a ton of imagery featuring the prey (i.e., the human cast) of Predators, but we've yet to get a really good look at the hunters themselves. Until now.
We don't know about you guys, but every time we see the trailer for Nimrod Antal's Predators, we become a little more excited. The intergallactic hunters really need a homerun to wash away the vapid memories of AVP, and this flick looks like it could do the trick!
We're gettin' closer, baby! And you know what that means -- Fox is gearing up to pull out all of the stops pertaining to Predators starting with the first ever TV spot!
Several weeks ago we told you about a new vampire comedy coming from Twentieth Century Fox and Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer, the duo behind such recent "classics" as Disaster Movie, Epic Movie, Date Movie, and the dreaded Meet the Spartans. Today we have a title and star. We can feel your anticipation from here.
While the hi-rez version has yet to appear online, a new poster for Nimrod Antal's Predators has been popping up in local theatres throughout the country. We've got a look at it for you!
The score can really make or break a film, especially if it's one that requires atmosphere and tension. Want a taste of what's in store for viewers of Nimrod Antal's upcoming Predators and listeners of John Debney's spine-tingling score for the flick? Look no further!
Continuing its theme of releasing video profiles tied to the main characters of Predators, 20th Century Fox has unveiled two new posters for the film focusing on Adrian Brody as Royce and Alice Braga as Isabelle.
We first let you know about Fox's re-release of the original Predator on Blu-ray, which was said to be rockin' around five hours of bonus content, several days ago. Now we've got the official word on exactly what you can expect when this baby hits store shelves on June 29th.
Hollywood continues its love affair with vamp flicks that are completely fangless. Apparently the fine folks over at 20th Century Fox are prepping an as of yet untitled vampire spoof for release this summer. Hasn't anyone learned anything from Transylmania?