Started by Corporal Hicks, Aug 09, 2018, 03:22:00 PM
The Toronto International Film Festival will play host to The Predator’s world premiere! One of seven world premieres scheduled to take place, it has just been announced that The Predator will open the Film Festival’s “Midnight Madness” event!
"This year's Midnight Madness slate promises another idiosyncratic confluence of established and emerging genre filmmakers," said Peter Kuplowsky, Midnight Madness Programmer. "To complement some of the buzziest provocations on the festival circuit, I have sought to curate an eccentric array of World Premieres that demonstrate the dexterity of genre cinema as a canvas for both sublime satisfaction and stunning subversion. That includes the section's two much-anticipated sequels, The Predator and Halloween, each of which boldly and brilliantly builds upon its mythic iconography to thrilling and surprising effect."
The Toronto International Film Festival begins on the 6th of September and runs through until the 16th. The exact date of the premiere and further details are still be announced. Tickets for the festival are currently available for purchase. The Predator will open on September 12th in the UK and then 2 days later on the 14th in the States.
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Quote from: Tetsujin on Aug 09, 2018, 03:27:19 PM101 minutes ...
Quote from: Wysps on Aug 09, 2018, 03:37:41 PMBut that's a decent amount of time, no?
Quote from: 426Buddy on Aug 09, 2018, 03:44:48 PMSuper happy about the 101 minutes. Honestly im tired of every film being 2+ hours.
Quote from: BigDaddyJohn on Aug 09, 2018, 04:00:09 PMI remember an interview way back where Black said the film will be longer than the previous entries... I guess changes over the course of the production shortened the film, but it's nor a bad or a good thing IMO. We'll just have to see the final movie.
Quote from: Xerxész on Aug 09, 2018, 04:58:16 PMQuote from: Tetsujin on Aug 09, 2018, 03:27:19 PM101 minutes ...I am sad, too. No time for character development.This cc. 90 minutes (without credits) is a complete rush...no tension, just action all the time.Just...meh.
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