- Mar 18, 2019
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So, it’s basically a straight to dvd type ordeal? Gotcha. Knew this was going to be shit the moment I read “female engine.”
Still pestering people about how important it is that the main character has a vagina, yes vaginas are nice but come on... that's now what makes a character important, or compelling or likeable etcThe film will boast a female hero, "which I always think is interesting," said Davis, who revealed what Skull has in common with the first film starring Arnold Schwarzenegger.
"It goes back to what made the original Predator movie work. It's the ingenuity of a human being who won't give up, who's able to observe and interpret, basically being able to beat a stronger, more powerful, well-armed force," he explained.
"It actually has more akin to The Revenant than it does any film in the Predator canon. You'll know what I mean once you see it," promised Fox, though Davis declined to reveal the specific time period. "You can use your imagination. It is... early."
As good as the first one? better than the first one??Davis was wise enough to acknowledge how perfect the original Predator movie is, as he even said "it's going to be, I believe, the second best -- or the first... or it may be equal to the first one. Right? I feel like the first one was a wonderful, interesting movie and I know what worked about it. I feel like we kind of never got back there again. We ended up in different places. I think this is a worthy complement to the first one. It's going to be as good."
Hot on the heels of today’s exciting announcement that the upcoming Predator movie, formerly known as “Skulls”, will be officially titled “Prey” and released in the Summer of 2022, now a new promotional picture and logo has been released by 20th Century Studios for the Dan Trachtenberg directed film!
Featuring lead actress Amber Midthunder as “Naru” in her Comanche Nation garb, she appears to be stalking prey, armed with a bow and arrow. But looming in the fog behind her, an ominous Predator can be seen in the wilderness.
And yeah this is looking up to be absolute trash, it is legitimately disappointing to see people saying "woke this" and "woke that" completely misunderstand the issue, it's not that some projects might be woke and others might not, corporate cancer doesn't work that way, if the company making the movie is infected with social justice then all of their projects will be infected with it too, it's not hard to understand. Lukewarm idiots like Mr H keep missing the point and misunderstanding the issue just to remain in the comfortable place the think of as "center", weakI remember saying once to Arthur Koestler, ‘History stopped in 1936’, at which he nodded in immediate understanding. We were both thinking of totalitarianism in general, but more particularly of the Spanish civil war. Early in life I have noticed that no event is ever correctly reported in a newspaper, but in Spain, for the first time, I saw newspaper reports which did not bear any relation to the facts, not even the relationship which is implied in an ordinary lie. I saw great battles reported where there had been no fighting, and complete silence where hundreds of men had been killed. I saw troops who had fought bravely denounced as cowards and traitors, and others who had never seen a shot fired hailed as the heroes of imaginary victories; and I saw newspapers in London retailing these lies and eager intellectuals building emotional superstructures over events that had never happened. I saw, in fact, history being written not in terms of what happened but of what ought to have happened according to various ‘party lines’.
A lot of the opinions you have are formed through the fiction you read and the fiction you see, a lot of the opinions you have a formed without you even noticing. That is why the cultural war is so damn important and why the cuckservatives who slept while the left poisoned everything are just as guilty, and I don't even wanna get started on the music industry... literal mind control shitPeople will watch the film and believe that native women, of the time, were actually tribal warriors—that the film portrays them accurately. Whether it’s mostly young people buying into those kinds of notions, or just idiots, is beside the point.