New Predators Production Stills!

Started by Darkness, Jun 14, 2010, 06:26:05 PM

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Darkness

Darkness

Quite a few new production stills from Predators have been posted in the forum today. Most of them show the Black Super Predator in all his glory. There’s some unmasked versions too which I think are from the upcoming figures. Beware, there’s quite a few spoilers so you can find them on the next page.

                                               

Thanks to Fiera for posting these.

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Gnome Smasher

Interesting look.  Kind of mixed feelings right now.

ColdDeadEyes

ColdDeadEyes

#2
That looks awesome :)

JT

JT

#3
I'm impressed. Everything looks really well done. Can't wait for this movie.

boomix

boomix

#4
FAIL!

Invaders

Invaders

#5
Look pretty decent so far... but not going to pass judgement until I've seen the actual film.

JT

JT

#6
P.S. The black super Predator's face looks kind of ridiculous though.

Guest

Guest

#7
i wish i hadnt looked at these

Bio Mech Hunter

Well this is interesting, but... I have mixed feelings about it, too.

It looks like the Predators are being tampered with too much and it's looking more and more like this might be one hell of a disaster. Time will tell, but I really don't like the new Pred's face design, either.

So, what exactly makes the "Black Super Predator" super?

winn1

winn1

#9
ehhh it will look better on film

Thanatos

Thanatos

#10
like BSP tusks and falconer masks and armor...but BSP unmasked are you kidding em its its wrong just wrong

Xan21

Xan21

#11
Revenge of the FAIL

PHANTOM

PHANTOM

#12
very impressive, wow.

InternecivusRaptus

Certainly, the 'masked' appearance is excellent, but the face appears to have some issues. However, as said before, we cannot pass judgement until we see it on the big screen, and we have been wrong before (*cough cough* AVP-R appearing promising).

linkoutpredator432

WOW! The new super predators are UGLY!!

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