Started by ace3g, Jun 20, 2018, 12:17:30 AM
Quote from: ace3g on Jul 20, 2018, 01:11:22 AMAbout 2 hours to go until The Predator cast is on Conan.
Quote from: The Wolverine Predator on Jul 20, 2018, 01:43:32 AMQuote from: ace3g on Jul 20, 2018, 01:11:22 AMAbout 2 hours to go until The Predator cast is on Conan.What Network is he on again?
Quote from: Huggs on Jul 19, 2018, 11:37:22 PMPoor captured. Or as he'll forever be known soon, "girly predator".
Quote from: whiterabbit on Jul 19, 2018, 10:04:24 PMGoddamn it Corporal, we desperately need some rumor control man. The news is hitting the fan and flying everywhere!And it sounds utterly wacky.
Quote from: Corporal Hicks on Jul 20, 2018, 07:02:29 AMNick said a fan asked a question whether it was female or not. They responded in a jokey way. He's surprised CBR ran with that one given the tone.
Quote from: Ramjet311 on Jul 19, 2018, 11:00:36 PMSilly question but Have the scenes they showed at Comicon leaked onlineas yet?
QuoteThe dueling impressions began after the cast discussed doing impressions of YouTube videos on sets, at which point host Conan O'Brien remarked that he was surprised they weren't all trying their hand at Schwarzenegger's classic line, "Get to the chopper!""That line is in there," multiple members of the cast said at once, referring to the upcoming film. "The line is in the movie and we're mercilessly doing impressions all the time," star Keegan-Michael Key added, before doing his own rendition of the classic line.
QuoteBlack elaborated, "What we strove for was a predator that's been bred as an assassin, so he incorporates traits from other species. So this one opens off his mouth really big and bites off your head."
QuoteIn an exclusive interview with Rhodes during San Diego Comic-Con 2018, Screen Rant discovered that the combination of Prince and the Predator prosthetics turned out to be a success. Rhodes explained that he not only appreciated and respected the craft of his fellow co-stars during what he described as "a long shoot," but also the technical accomplishment that Prince brought to the movie. He said:"We were there for awhile. It was a long shoot. To have that with guys that you appreciate and respect their artistry and their craft and then you see them come into the person and be the person. And then we have a practical Predator! (...) Brian Prince, he's 6'10 (...) does parkour. It's perfect. The whole experience was just unparalleled."
QuoteYet the biggest skill on display was Jane's foot-free lifestyle (the actor explained that he spent years in a shoeless society, and was kicked out after wearing shoes to a restaurant). It was a moment that made everyone in the room think: Are you for real? "As a black man who has fought really hard to get good tennis shoes," said Sterling, "and to have good coverage on both of his feet. I'm like, this is a white man who's just like, 'My feet are tough enough.'" Whether they're tough enough to help The Predator crew outrun the enemy remains to be seen.
QuoteWith a cast of testosterone-fueled actors led by action icon Arnold Schwarzenegger, 1987's Predator features humor that's mostly a product of its era. Escalating competitions of machismo pepper the entire first half of the film, from super-jacked handshakes to boastful one-liners, including Jesse "The Body" Ventura's character describing himself as "a goddamn sexual Tyrannosaurus." The usual '80s action trope of the star dropping a pun or joke immediately before or after dispatching nameless foes is front and center. Interestingly, Black himself appears, early in his filmmaking career, as a supporting character who can't (by design) tell a joke to save his life, although though it never stops him from trying.And when Schwarzenegger's Dutch finally comes face to unmasked-face with the titular alien hunter that's been pursuing him, it's built up as a scary encounter. However, Dutch undercuts the terror of the reveal by observing his extraterrestrial enemy is "one ugly motherf**ker."In a way, that moment perfectly encapsulates what the entire film is about: a blend of action, science fiction and horror, but with liberal doses of humor. Predator makes the out-of-this-world premise more palatable by injecting it with a sense of fun. That's something most of the sequels and spinoffs miss out on.
Quote from: Corporal Hicks on Jul 20, 2018, 07:22:51 AMNo and I don't expect them too. I'll try to ask PR if there's any plans to release the footage online but usually they maintain some event exclusive footage.
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