Is the storyline still that same terrible script set in a country town in America? If it is, then it has already lost my interest. I am a big fan of both Alien and the Predator franchises, and even though the first AvP totally ruined what was great about both of them, I still had hopes to see it rectified in AvP2. I just do not get what is so hard about making an AvP film set 800 years in the future, on a newly terra-formed planet which is co-incidentally a colonial marine deep space outpost. Chuck in some story about a crashed Predator space craft (that was overun by Aliens), a marine investigation and infection, a Predator search and rescue operation, followed by an epic escape sequence onboard a marine battleship and Predator mothership, and you have a movie. Same recycled material from the old films, but thats what fans want to see. Hell you could even spice it up a bit and put something like a female predator in as the main predator character (just to give the movie something else going for it). Just don't show us her face... I do hope this movie is as good as everyone is saying what it will be, but if it is not true to the original franchises and adhere to keywords such as "space", "future", "hunter", "alone", "suspense", "action", and "decent damn storyline that even a damn kid could come up with", then it's automatically terrible in my book.