Apparently court will no longer be necessary in the legal battle over Predator. The Jury Trial, originally slated for the 19th of April
, has been removed from the docket of the United States Central District Court of California due to both parties coming to an “amicable resolution.”
According to a report by Reuters
, Disney’s 20th Century Studios and creators ... [Read More]
For some years now there has been a story that James Cameron pitched Aliens to Brandywine in a very simple and tantalizing way – by writing Alien$ on a chalkboard- floating around the internet. It’s a story that never seemed to have much merit as Alien series research extraordinaire Valaquen explored on Strange Shapes
back in 2017. ... [Read More]
The Alien series isn’t want for iconic imagery or posters that pervade into pop culture to this day. Whether it’s that unforgettable cracked chicken egg on the front of Alien’s poster, or that moment of Ripley and the Runner coming face-to-face on Alien 3’s. For a lot of people we know that image of Ripley carrying Newt in the hive ... [Read More]
It’s no secret that Adam Savage is a huge fan of the Alien franchise. He’s costumed up in a replica Kane spacesuit, his own Colonial Marine armor and he’s did several videos visiting the sets of Alien: Covenant. Last week Savage uploaded a new video to his YouTube channel
where he got the chance to get hands-on ... [Read More]
The Movies That Made Us is a Netflix series that takes a look at the influential movies that effected not only the industry, but the people who grew up watching them – hence the name of the series! In the past they’ve explored Back to the Future, Jurassic Park, Ghostbusters and Die Hard. With Season 3 approaching on the 12th ... [Read More]
Illustrator William Stout revealed another early creature concept recently that he designed for the 1987 classic film “Predator” and unlike Stout’s previous creation
said to be inspired by the work of H.R. Giger, this newly shared piece was inspired by a very unique source!
William Stout revealed in his The Worlds of William Stout
blog yesterday that this latest ... [Read More]
William Stout is a world renowned fantasy and science fiction creator famous for decades of work as an illustrator, concept & storyboard artist, writer and production designer in comics, television and film. What might not be as well known is William Stout’s brief involvement and conception of the iconic intergalactic hunter known as the Predator.
It began early on in the ... [Read More]
We recently had the pleasure of chatting to Peter Briggs, the screenwriter behind the first attempt to take the Alien vs. Predator to the Big Screen, for our podcast. We talked a lot about the development of the script and his experiences working in the industry. It’s a great interview, with a lot of insights into the directions that could ... [Read More]
A jury trial has finally been set in the ongoing battle for the U.S. Copyright of Predator between the original creators Jim & John Thomas and 20th Century Studios. And for anyone who hoped this would be resolved quickly in the courts is unfortunately due for a rude awakening and a very long wait.
Alien vs. Predator Galaxy has learned that ... [Read More]
When we last covered the battle
between the original creators Jim & John Thomas and 20th Century Studios over the U.S. Copyright of Predator, we reported that the focus of the dispute became over venue, i.e. which district court did the case legally belong in.
It seems there were duplicate lawsuits and countersuits filed by both the Thomas Brothers and ... [Read More]
The battle for the US Copyright of Predator between the original creators Jim & John Thomas and 20th Century Studios took an interesting turn today, when a Motion Hearing (expected to be a dispute over a preliminary injunction which would halt new Disney-era Predator content from continuing until all legal disputes were resolved) instead became a dispute over where the ... [Read More]
The legal battle for the U.S. Copyright of Predator between the Thomas Brothers and 20th Century Studios has just been extended out a little further, Predator fans.
The monumental Motion Hearing scheduled to decide if new Disney-era Predator content should be stopped until all the legal disputes are resolved was initially scheduled for May 27th
, then later was moved ... [Read More]
As the original creators Jim and John Thomas have been pursuing their legal effort to reclaim their original U.S. copyright of the iconic sci-fi creature Predator (per their spec script titled “Hunters” sold over 35 years ago), a monumental point of the battle was expected to occur this very week.
Thursday, the 27th of May was the day where a ... [Read More]