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New The Predator Behind the Scenes Footage In Season 2 Premiere of Rundown

The Rundown has started back up on the Official Predator Fan App. The Season 2 opener features a sweet interview with Predator legend Bill Duke and a look at Royce’s tactical vest from Predators. It also has a brief behind-the-scenes snippet of The Predator!

New episodes of the Rundown are uploaded Fridays. You can download the Official Predator Fan App on your phones via this link (or on your relevant market place) or via Predator.fox. The team handling the Fan App have been posting plenty of cool behind-the-scenes stills from the various Predator films. It’s worth checking out!

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  1. PredBabe
    Sounds like Shane Black changes his mind about Predators taking place in the future, saying it happened "along the way" presumably before The Predator takes place in 2018.



    Like The Old One said, it probably won’t matter either way, assuming they probably wont even make mention of Predators in this movie. But it is nice to see that they’re not going with an arrogant attitude towards the more recent movies that have featured Predators and are paying some respects rather than completely ignoring them. As well as basically saying that this is the 4th installment.

    I really love Shane’s response on how he got into movies and the movie going experience. Very admirable and relatable.  :)
  2. OpenMaw
    <blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Good luck killing something you can&#39;t see... <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/ThePredator?src=hash&ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#ThePredator</a> <a href="https://t.co/wS3KCTZF3e">pic.twitter.com/wS3KCTZF3e</a></p>— Predator (@Predator) <a href="https://twitter.com/Predator/status/1017426481851633665?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">July 12, 2018</a></blockquote>
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    You can't see da eyes of da deemunnn... until him come callin'...

    Tell me why, Babylonnnn, Missterrr policemun....
  3. Tetsujin
    https://twitter.com/FoxInTheatre/status/1017460957595852801



    there's a snippet of a scoring session in zacharywanzz's IG stories

    but can't find his stories now

    Maybe this?

    https://www.avpgalaxy.net/forum/proxy.php?request=http%3A%2F%2Fimages.vfl.ru%2Fii%2F1531426608%2Fd44634f6%2F22459553.png&hash=6d115261da68ea2271c53c3aaf2f5a8e

    Нe accepted my request to add :)



  4. The Wolverine Predator
    No idea how to post it...

    Print Screen:

    InstagramShane BlackStories

    https://www.avpgalaxy.net/forum/proxy.php?request=http%3A%2F%2Fimages.vfl.ru%2Fii%2F1528439932%2F4a4f23bf%2F22039474.jpg&hash=0dcbc85458410ce41954fb985b5a82da


    Zachary Wanerman closed his account on Instagram. I cant prtscr his stories...
    I can still see his account, but can't find his stories now, I heard it for a momenthttps://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20180712/0172e86b293bf122e50a903591a40fc6.jpg
  5. Tetsujin


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    This magazine has a 4 page spread on Keegan-Michael Key and his role in #thepredator there's nothing new in terms of movie information. It's basically about Keegan's past with learning about the predator when he saw the first movie. His impression of Arnold's acting in that movie and why he chose to partake in this movie (because he likes #shaneblack 's writing). There's no spoilers in this so.. yeah.  #predator #predatorlore #predator4

    https://scontent-waw1-1.cdninstagram.com/vp/27da7f4830ac60033cf84088a85b4909/5BD18655/t51.2885-15/e35/36837568_245365409592758_1634674822124404736_n.jpg
  6. Highland
    It's sort of the same with the SJW and the movements going on. You go down the pub....none of that stuff is actually happening.

    Well... Yeah. That's like going to a Ivy League University and find a KKK rally going on.

    I had a deep think about this the other night after a fair few Guiness (great stuff). The internet world really isn't like the real world at all. There''s a whole bunch of people living in a bubble that's not representing what's actually out there.

    The internet is a society of it's own. Just as socially real as anything in reality. If someone lives most of their lives on a computer...

    Let me put this to you another way, Highland, most of my life, most of my interactions with the human race, have been on the internet. Most. Most of the people I've known. Most of the relationships I've started originated through meeting someone online in a community like this, most of my creative ventures have been carried out with groups from around the world on the internet...

    ...So, yes, reality is a very different place, but does that invalidate the digital realm? If I can have essentially lived a... 75-80% "digital" existence via typing, voice, and video?

    I'm not saying the digital world is irrelevant, that would be ridiculous. It's very much connected to the real world.

    What I'm saying is the bad eggs of the digital world are just like the bad eggs in the real world, except they are getting 100 times the exposure which gets everyone worked up into a frothy mess. People say things like "this world has gone to shit!".

    No, that stuff was always there, you just didn't get the chance to have your say in it or get notified via pop up when some idiot did something stupid.

  7. OpenMaw
    It's sort of the same with the SJW and the movements going on. You go down the pub....none of that stuff is actually happening.

    Well... Yeah. That's like going to a Ivy League University and find a KKK rally going on.

    I had a deep think about this the other night after a fair few Guiness (great stuff). The internet world really isn't like the real world at all. There''s a whole bunch of people living in a bubble that's not representing what's actually out there.

    The internet is a society of it's own. Just as socially real as anything in reality. If someone lives most of their lives on a computer...

    Let me put this to you another way, Highland, most of my life, most of my interactions with the human race, have been on the internet. Most. Most of the people I've known. Most of the relationships I've started originated through meeting someone online in a community like this, most of my creative ventures have been carried out with groups from around the world on the internet...

    ...So, yes, reality is a very different place, but does that invalidate the digital realm? If I can have essentially lived a... 75-80% "digital" existence via typing, voice, and video?
  8. Highland
    I feel like the internet and social media were intended to spread knowledge, understanding, and connect humanity to one another.

    However in reality it spreads ignorance, anger, and isolates people from one another more than ever.

    The internet is a tool, like any other. Has it's risks and advantages but I don't believe is inherently bad. IMO the internet has just given a louder voice and an excuse for people to show their true face, anonymity without the fear of consequences. Now, at least, those opinions aren't hidden any more and we can try and deal with the toxic ones.

    Personally, I'm happy that I live at a time where medicine and technology can save and improve people's lives better than ever before and that I can have a realtime conversation with someone across the world.   

    The media make it out to be wayyyy worse than it is. You ever met any of these rabid star wars bigots or the like? There's like one in every thousand and most likely a lot of the time it's clueless teenagers that haven't learned any respect yet. It's sort of the same with the SJW and the movements going on. You go down the pub....none of that stuff is actually happening.

    I had a deep think about this the other night after a fair few Guiness (great stuff). The internet world really isn't like the real world at all. There''s a whole bunch of people living in a bubble that's not representing what's actually out there.
  9. Still Collating...
    I feel like the internet and social media were intended to spread knowledge, understanding, and connect humanity to one another.

    However in reality it spreads ignorance, anger, and isolates people from one another more than ever.

    The internet is a tool, like any other. Has it's risks and advantages but I don't believe is inherently bad. IMO the internet has just given a louder voice and an excuse for people to show their true face, anonymity without the fear of consequences. Now, at least, those opinions aren't hidden any more and we can try and deal with the toxic ones.

    Personally, I'm happy that I live at a time where medicine and technology can save and improve people's lives better than ever before and that I can have a realtime conversation with someone across the world.   
  10. skull-splitter
    Social Media is a backwards step in society. 

    Good for Black for shutting it down. Anyone "active" on social media would be better for getting rid of it. 
    And what exactly are you typing this on right now? ;)

    The Mandarin twist was the best thing in Iron Man 3...
    I'd use it as a double layer and him in fact be the mandarin after all... but the best thing is Tony being addicted to the suit due to PTSD.
  11. Huggs
    I feel like the internet and social media was intended to spread knowledge, understanding, and connect humanity to one another.

    However in reality it spreads ingnorance, anger, and and isolates people from one another more than ever.

    We've got more "phones" in more human hands than at any other time in history, yet nobody is using them to openly "talk" to another person. Technology is a wild thing.
  12. 426Buddy
    I feel like the internet and social media were intended to spread knowledge, understanding, and connect humanity to one another.

    However in reality it spreads ignorance, anger, and isolates people from one another more than ever.
  13. OpenMaw
    I don't agree with that sentiment at all. Social Media is a brand new way for people from all over the world to interact. "With freedom comes excess."

    It's new, it's experimental. Finding the bounderies and what works is going to be the subject of discussion in 20 years time.
  14. PredBabe
    Yeah, it’s one thing to feel passion for a particular fandom, but if you’re going out of your way to write hate mail and death threats because you don’t like someone else’s interpretation (regardless of reviews) then clearly you need to get a grip on reality. It’s not that serious. There’s more constructive and tactful ways of getting a point across.

  15. BigDaddyJohn
    Yeah unfortunately internet often favors cowards, that's just the way it is... Would love to meet them face to face, just to see how far they'll go in real life before being abruptly shut down...
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