Here’s the very last official trailer for Shane Black’s The Predator which is set for release on September 7th.
This will be the fourth installment of the Predator franchise, (unofficially it’s the sixth, but we’re going to skip past those two horrendous Alien Vs Predator movies).
It’s hoped that if The Predator is successful it will become the first of a trilogy of movies directed by Shane Black
The plot of The Predator rattles along like so:
A young boy (Jacob Tremblay) accidentally triggers an alert that brings the Predators back to Earth. The universe’s most lethal hunters have genetically upgraded themselves with DNA from other alien species, and it’s up to a team of ex-soldiers and a science teacher to stop them.
Will Kurt Russell return? That’s the first question on everyone’s lips now that details have emerged that the Big Trouble In Little China, (BTILC) remake will now be a straight up sequel to the 1986 cult classic.
When a new BTILC movie was announced back in 2005 many fans balked at the idea of a remake. The Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson was cast and it looked like concerns about a remake were to be confirmed. However producer Hiram Garcia recently told Collider that the movie would be a continuation of the original:
“There’s a lot of things going on with Big Trouble in Little China. We are in the process of developing that, and let me tell you, the idea is not to actually remake Big Trouble in Little China. You can’t remake a classic like that, so what we’re planning to do is we’re going to continue the story. We’re going to continue the universe of Big Trouble in Little China.
“Everything that happened in the original exists and is standalone and I think there’s only one person that could ever play Jack Burton, so Dwayne would never try and play that character. So we are just having a lot of fun. We’re actually in a really great space with the story that we’ve cracked. But yeah, no remake. It is a continuation, and we are deep into development on that as well, and I think you’ll start hearing some things about that probably soon.”
So with that revelation will fans get to see Kurt Russell side-by-side with the The Rock battling Lo Pan’s Chinatown’s supernatural foes?
Google Earth is an amazing application and it’s used by enthusiasts all over the world who spend hours, days, weeks and months scouring our planet for the weird and wonderful.
Many are now claiming that a mythical sea creature, just like The Kraken, may have been captured by Google in the Southern Ocean. The video above shows you that by entering a set of coordinates, (63° 2’56.73″S 60°57’32.38″W), into Google Earth you will sea what appears to be a massive unidentified object breaking the water’s surface. Many are theorising that it could be a gigantic squid just like The Kraken.