Started by Darkness, Feb 28, 2016, 09:00:14 AM
Quote from: Xenomorphine on May 28, 2016, 12:28:38 PM'Meg' has a huge hype train behind it - it's been famously held up for years. Plus, there really hasn't been a serious attempt at a film dealing with megalodon. Contrast that against another 'Predator' film and casual audiences would at least be split, if not have a preference for the novelty of the giant shark film.Plus, there's the 'date film' angle... Guys have a better chance convincing someone to go to a generic monster flick than one which famously revolves around skinning and ripping skulls out of people. 'Deadpool' was more subversive and had the comedy angle going for it - it had wider appeal. You have to play release dates carefully when it comes to something with the type of subject material 'Predator' films do.
Quote from: whiterabbit on May 28, 2016, 12:01:54 PMI feel kind of bad for the predator. I mean to lose out to a freaking prehistoric and extinct shark.
Quote from: HuDaFuK on May 29, 2016, 09:26:33 AMQuote from: whiterabbit on May 28, 2016, 12:01:54 PMI feel kind of bad for the predator. I mean to lose out to a freaking prehistoric and extinct shark.It's not about losing, it's about Meg cutting into it's audience. The same kind of people who will see The Predator are more likely to also be interested in Meg, so there'll be conflict. The people going to see Fifty Shades won't give a damn about The Predator, so they won't be losing any tickets to another movie.
Quote from: XENOMORPHOSIS on May 28, 2016, 11:44:18 PMSpeaking of which there was a rumor that Fox were contemplating reviving the Alien vs Predator movies and subsequent Alien Predator films as an expanded cinematic universe not unlike Marvel's avengers.
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