Today the Studio 20th Century Fox released information about their upcoming projects. For some films, the opening date was named for the first time, and some of the paintings moved in the schedule. The latter applies to “Predator” with Shane black. February 2018-wow, he moved to the end of the summer of the same year.
The reasons for this decision are not called. Are there any problems with the production, or “Fox” trying to choose the most opportune moment for release? Unknown.
But the film clearly likes August. Earlier, in early April, it became known that the long-awaited and long-suffering “the Dark tower” is also delayed and is also released in August, 2017.
Well, the summer blockbusters have traditionally collected a lot of cash. Perhaps, “the Fox” rely on “Predator”. And perhaps give black extra time to work. Maybe they decided to change the script to suit Arnold Schwarzenegger? Because he refused to participate in the project because of this. Doubtful, but who knows?
Synopsis at the moment looks like this:
The main character, an ex-marine finds evil alien race on Earth, but no one believes him that those things exist. His son is autistic, whom everyone bullied at school, becomes a key figure in the struggle with the Predators, because the boy knows how incredibly quick to learn languages and, apparently, will be able to understand aliens.
Shooting “Predator” is now going on in Vancouver. You can even check out a few photos from the shooting process. Caste includes such actors as Boyd Holbrook (“a walk among the tombstones”, “Logan”), Trevante Rhodes (“Moonlight”, “World wild West”), Olivia Munn (“Deliver us from evil”), Thomas Jane (“the Mist”, “Bloody Thursday”), Keegan-Michael Key (TV’s “Fargo”), Jacob Tremble (“Somnia”, “Room”), Sterling K. brown (“American crime story”), Edward James Olmos (“blade Runner”), Jake busey (“starship troopers”, “Identification”) and others. In short, the norms of such a composition.
However, to see it in action we seem able only to 3 August 2018.
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