If you've never taken the time to watch John McTiernan's (Die Hard, The Hunt for Red October) 1987 classic Predator, starring our Californian governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, then you might be interested in giving it a chance. Recently, the Predator concept (which had a sequel in 1990, starring Danny Glover) has blossomed into a full-blown franchise, mingling with the Alien franchise to satisfy the ever-hungry pit of Hollywood remakes and sequels. Alien vs. Predator, which came out in 2004, earned $172 million worldwide, plenty more than its predecessor (which earned $98 million worldwide back in 1988) if you don't adjust for inflation. Unfortunately, both Predator 2 and AVP 2: Requiem (2007) did much more poorly than their predecessors, earning $57 million and $130 million respectively.
here. Be sure to check it out, and check back later for a trailer.
Robert Rodriguez's revamping of the Predator series is well under way, set to release this summer. They've recently opened a website dedicated to the film, which will have a trailer on March 18th. Take a look!
The film is about a group of mercenaries, convicts, and murderers, led by Adrien Brody, are taken to a remote location, which they soon come to realize is an alien world inhabited by the most vicious of murderers: Predator Aliens. They must now fight for their lives and figure out what they were brought there for.