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The Predator To Have San Diego Comic Con Presentation?

With San Diego Comic Con just around the corner, io9 set out to learn a little about what we could expect from the annual event before the schedule was officially unveiled. According to their sleuthing work we’ll be seeing a Hall H presentation dedicated to Shane Black’s The Predator!

We may not know who will own Fox in the future, but we do have an idea of what the company has planned for Comic-Con. Specifically, we’ve heard it’ll have a panel dedicated to Shane Black’s upcoming film The Predator in Hall H this year. And while Fox has a ton of other in-the-works films that would absolutely fit in at Comic-Con (Alita: Battle Angel, The Darkest Minds, Bad Times at the El Royale, Ad Astra, and others), it’s unlikely any of those will be mentioned there.

io9 also go on to say that The Predator will be 20th Century Fox’s main focus during the event. San Diego Comic Con begins on Wednesday the 18th of July and finishes the following Sunday 22nd. A mid/end of July date also tallies up with when we expect to see a full trailer for the film.

 The Predator To Have San Diego Comic Con Presentation?

The last Predator film, Predators, wasn’t featured at SDCC. Neither was the last Alien film, Alien: Covenant. The last time that any Alien or Predator franchise made an appearance at the event was Prometheus debuted at San Diego Comic Con in 2011. Thanks to ace3g for the news!

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Comments: 37
  1. Hollywood
    Alfie is most likely still filming on Game of Thrones, shame Holbrook won't be there. I like that guy in interviews.

    Same. Looks like The Predator panel is confirmed for 10:30am (Pacific) on Thursday the 19th.

    It is the only big thing for that day so hopefully a lot of online movie pundits see the panel, see some gruesome R rated footage, and hype it up for the masses as the convention kicks off. I cant wait!
  2. Tetsujin
    Comic-Con 2018: Wednesday and Thursday Schedule Includes ‘The Predator’ and ‘Breaking Bad’

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    July 19  10:30am –  11:30 The PredatorHall H

    The hunt returns as director, Shane Black (Iron Man 3, The New Guys), along with cast members, Olivia Munn, Sterling K. Brown, Keegan-Michael Key, Trevante Rhodes, Jake Busey, Yvonne Strahovski, Thomas Jane and Augusto Aguiliera, bring their all-star firepower to an explosive panel on Fox’s upcoming bigger n’ badder take on the iconic franchise.



    https://www.comic-con.org/cci/thursday

    https://www.avpgalaxy.net/forum/proxy.php?request=http%3A%2F%2Fimages.vfl.ru%2Fii%2F1530821953%2F2e8be0ba%2F22372956.jpg&hash=a4e1161e681038029bb259959e79e6b3



    Alfie Allen ??? ... maybe he visit CONAN‘s Comic-Con® International shows ?
  3. Tetsujin
    http://www.noreruns.net/2018/07/02/conan-announces-guest-lineup-for-week-of-shows-during-comic-con-international/


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    Conan O’Brien returns to San Diego for the fourth year in a row with a week of star-filled shows to be taped during Comic-Con® International. This year’s roster includes the stars of the of the Emmy-winning sensation Breaking Bad reuniting for the 10 year anniversary of the show, the stars of Glass, The Predator, and the stars of Aquaman, with more to be announced.

    CONAN‘s Comic-Con® International shows will be taped at San Diego’s historic Spreckels Theatre on Wednesday, July 18– Saturday, July 21. Episodes will air that Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday at 11 p.m. (ET/PT) on TBS, with availability across TBS and Team Coco’s digital, mobile and VOD platforms the following day.

    The following is the schedule for the week’s episodes and guests:

    Thursday, July 19 The Cast of The Predator starring Olivia Munn, Keegan-Michael Key, Sterling K. Brown, Thomas Jane, Trevante Rhodes, Alfie Allen, Augusto Aguilera, Jake Busey, Yvonne Strahovski and director Shane Black
  4. BigDaddyJohn
    You're kidding right? 80s Nostalgia has been riding high for years.

    The problem is, they have not been putting out the stops to get this thing exciting people, and that first teaser was a horrible, horrible, misstep.

    No i don't, this type of 80's nostalgia regarding a moribund franchise don't fit with our era, the first teaser didn't help at all obviously.

    And i set aside Stranger Things, different format, different clientele, this is cinema, movie theater material.

    Regarding Halloween trailer success, this is a 70's movie sequel, not 80's.
  5. OpenMaw
    You're kidding right? 80s Nostalgia has been riding high for years.

    The problem is, they have not been putting out the stops to get this thing exciting people, and that first teaser was a horrible, horrible, misstep.
  6. Chillin
    What ever fox decides to do they need to pull the cat out of the hat because judging by YouTube views The Predator currently sits just above four million views, in comparison the new Halloween trailer has fifth teen million views and that film cost a lot less and it isn't getting the 3D treatment, If the character that is Dutch from the original film was involved this film would have better momentum.
  7. AD
    I'll be heading to Comic-Con this year. Depending on when this panel happens I'll try to be at this panel, since won't be in San Diego until Thursday afternoon and there's several other panels I'd like to attend (and I also want to go on the show floor and the offsite attractions of course).
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