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Full Prey Trailer Officially Released Alongside New Poster!

Following the leak of Prey’s full trailer over the weekend, 20th Century Fox has officially released the 2 minute trailer on their YouTube channel, alongside a brand new poster that has been shared on official social channels!

Set in the Comanche Nation 300 years ago, “Prey” is the story of a young woman, Naru, a fierce and highly skilled warrior. She has been raised in the shadow of some of the most legendary hunters who roam the Great Plains, so when danger threatens her camp, she sets out to protect her people. The prey she stalks, and ultimately confronts, turns out to be a highly evolved alien predator with a technically advanced arsenal, resulting in a vicious and terrifying showdown between the two adversaries.

The brand new poster depicts Amber Midthunder’s Naru with Predator blood in the place of warpaint across her face, and a Predator’s targeting laser in her eye.

 Full Prey Trailer Officially Released Alongside New Poster!

Prey is currently slated for release on Hulu on the 5th of August. There is still no news on International releases,  but we continue to expect it to be available via Star or Disney+ around the same time.

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  1. RoguePred1987
    Another thing I was thinking of is if deals were signed before the decision to go to streaming was made, traditionally those deals would automatically include physical releases. Prey was always a 20th Century project and was developed alongside The Predator. But the production greenlight probably didn't come till after the Disney buyout, right? Depending on when the decision was made to go to streaming, we first heard of it during the lawsuit while the movie was in production, then the deals would've had to be revised or physical is inevitable under those original production contracts.

    Deciding to go to streaming after the fact is what caused all kinds of headaches for WB during their HBOMax covid release. If the decision was made before anything was signed, and the greenlight was given, then obviously the odds start dropping.

    Or maybe I'm just thinking in circles here, to try and stay optimistic.
  2. Nukiemorph
    And I'll give it 12 months before I buy a bootleg that I probably won't ever watch since it's easier to just open Hulu than get off the couch and put the disc in... because I'm an idiot.
  3. Nukiemorph
    Quote from: Wweyland on Jun 21, 2022, 11:24:40 AMI saw this one, but might be a bootleg or something:
    https://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Star-Wars-The-Mandalorian-The-Complete-First-Season-Blu-ray/281063/
    It has no release date. Somebody just made that listing out of wishful thinking.

    Deep Water has no physical release as of yet.

    I just checked on all 13 films on this list:
    https://www.highonfilms.com/best-hulu-original-films/

    Out of all 13 films on here, the following have NO physical releases:
    Vacation Friends (2021)
    False Positive (2021)
    No Exit (2022)
    Plan B (2021)
    Fresh (2022)

    Then these films only have releases in a few non-US countries:
    The United States Vs. Billie Holiday (2021)
    Boss Level (2021)
    Happiest Season (2020)
    Bad Hair (2020)
    Run (2020)
    Big Time Adolescence (2020)
    Palm Springs (2020)

    The only film on this list that got physical releases in the US, (along with Canada and the UK, but no other countries), was the oldest film featured:
    Minding the Gap (2018)

    So this doesn't bode well for Prey. Granted, none of the films on that list were part of major IP's, but we already see that they aren't putting Star Wars shows on discs.

    They don't want you to buy a $25 blu-ray and be done with it. They want you to spend a monthly fee until you die.
  4. Wweyland
    Quote from: Nukiemorph on Jun 20, 2022, 08:53:48 PM
    Quote from: Wweyland on Jun 20, 2022, 08:29:58 PMHow's the situation with other streamed franchise movies? Do they get a blu-ray release?
    I see Mandalorian has a blu-ray release.
    Mando doesn't. None of their live-action Star Wars shows have physical releases.  :(
    I saw this one, but might be a bootleg or something:
    https://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Star-Wars-The-Mandalorian-The-Complete-First-Season-Blu-ray/281063/
  5. Kailem
    I'm definitely worried that we're not going to see a physical release for this. It's the worst part about the whole move to a "streaming future", in movies, TV and games. You're at the whim of the content owners as to how and when you can watch/play something, and in cases like this you're going to have to keep re-subscribing every other month you want to watch it, rather than just paying the one time fee upfront.

    Not to mention the likely lack of any sort of behind-the-scenes content or special features.
  6. Mike’s Monsters
    Quote from: Elix45 on Jun 19, 2022, 05:20:11 PMI originally thought this movie was a joke, because "Disney" Now owns the franchise, so "Pocahontas vs the Predator" was an obvious poke at the Mouse. But then I realized they green lit the idea. To make it worse it wasn't going to be a parody/spoof. Then I remembered oohh.. yeah "Disney"! So I'm torn between laughing at it's heavily forced "Woke" narrative that is award winning cringe worthy. To wanting to start a go fund me page to buy a tombstone Reading " Here Lies the Predator, Killed by a Mouse.

    I like how people post silly stuff like this, when we've posted articles making it clear that none of what they're complaining about is actually true. Do people actually read the news stories posted here? Or just pop into drop a huge shit take in the toilet and forget to flush? We aren't your toilet!
  7. [cancerblack]
    Quote from: Elix45 on Jun 19, 2022, 05:20:11 PMI originally thought this movie was a joke, because "Disney" Now owns the franchise, so "Pocahontas vs the Predator" was an obvious poke at the Mouse. But then I realized they green lit the idea. To make it worse it wasn't going to be a parody/spoof. Then I remembered oohh.. yeah "Disney"! So I'm torn between laughing at it's heavily forced "Woke" narrative that is award winning cringe worthy. To wanting to start a go fund me page to buy a tombstone Reading " Here Lies the Predator, Killed by a Mouse.

    Lol f**king drama queen.
  8. Elix45
    I originally thought this movie was a joke, because "Disney" Now owns the franchise, so "Pocahontas vs the Predator" was an obvious poke at the Mouse. But then I realized they green lit the idea. To make it worse it wasn't going to be a parody/spoof. Then I remembered oohh.. yeah "Disney"! So I'm torn between laughing at it's heavily forced "Woke" narrative that is award winning cringe worthy. To wanting to start a go fund me page to buy a tombstone Reading " Here Lies the Predator, Killed by a Mouse.
  9. PredBabe
    Quote from: Jigsaw85 on Jun 17, 2022, 03:49:38 PMThe audience wants to see the protagonist get her revenge on the thing that killed her friends/family. No doubt she's gonna kill it, her whole character arc is proving that she can hunt. What kind of ending would it be if the Predator just pats her on the back and say "not bad,kid. You've proven yourself a hunter in my eyes." And just walks away like a badass leaving Naru with no trophy while he walks off with the skulls of her friends.  Ah no, this type of Predator loving mentality is what ruined AVPR. The Predator has to die.

    I agree that she will more than likely kill the Predator at the end for those exact reasons. The only way I see a Predator surviving at the end of Prey is if there is multiple preds which is still possible I suppose.

    Generally speaking though, I think it would be refreshing- and yeah fan service- to see a Predator live at the end.
    They should have done this with Fugitive in The Predator as he takes down the bigerererrr Predator- but that was one of many things they failed on with that movie.
  10. Jigsaw85
    Predators aren't characters we're supposed to root for. They're glorified serial killers who pick off actual characters we like. The audience wants to see the protagonist get her revenge on the thing that killed her friends/family. No doubt she's gonna kill it, her whole character arc is proving that she can hunt. What kind of ending would it be if the Predator just pats her on the back and say "not bad,kid. You've proven yourself a hunter in my eyes." And just walks away like a badass leaving Naru with no trophy while he walks off with the skulls of her friends.  Ah no, this type of Predator loving mentality is what ruined AVPR. The Predator has to die.
  11. Rankles75
    Quote from: Manti on Jun 16, 2022, 11:39:00 AMI still maintain that the best thing for this movie would be for the Predator to survive.
    In every single movie weve had so far, the "main" Pred got nuked at the end. Six (!) movies in a row doing that.
    I think after six movies ending with a dead Pred, this would be the breath of fresh air the franchise needs. No new sub-species or upgrades or whatever, just let the Pred live for a change. That would different enough from any of the others.
    You dont even need to kill the main character to make it work. Let their fight end with a draw, or with her gaining the Preds respect, or something else along those lines.

    Honestly, I think that's what will happen.
  12. Manti
    I still maintain that the best thing for this movie would be for the Predator to survive.
    In every single movie weve had so far, the "main" Pred got nuked at the end. Six (!) movies in a row doing that.
    I think after six movies ending with a dead Pred, this would be the breath of fresh air the franchise needs. No new sub-species or upgrades or whatever, just let the Pred live for a change. That would different enough from any of the others.
    You dont even need to kill the main character to make it work. Let their fight end with a draw, or with her gaining the Preds respect, or something else along those lines.
  13. Kailem
    Watch them deepfake a character who looks exactly like him called "Billy Ripley".

    The new AVP cinematic universe begins here (though all joking aside, I'd be totally down for it beginning here)!
  14. overthere
    What if the main character is great great great grandma of Anna from the original and Predator promised not to touch her descendents and that's the real reason Jungle Hunter didn't kill Anna
  15. Kailem
    Leading him off a cliff edge for a classic villain death by falling would be a new one.

    I also remember in the screentests that it came out that she's initially being forced into something of a "healer" role within her tribe before she tries to become a hunter, so maybe she'll end up using poison in some way (poison-tipped arrow?) thanks to her knowledge of local plants and medicines to weaken or kill it.

    Either way yeah, it's crazy the amount of comments there seem to be about Comanches standing no chance because they're primitive or whatever. It's like......did you not watch the first film even a little bit? Or do you remember the end credits coming up after the scene where everyone is blasting the jungle?
  16. Jigsaw85
    She'll most likely lead the predator into a trap, a giant Punji trap is my guess. We've seen one briefly in Predators. I can't imagine her killing him any other way. although, an arrow right between the eyes would be pretty awesome.
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