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Author Topic: Sterling K Brown in talks to join Shane Black's TH...  (Read 24069 times)

Infected
Jan 23, 2017, 10:36:04 PM
Reply #60 on: Jan 23, 2017, 10:36:04 PM

Where are you seeing this? I looked him up on Google and it didn't say anything like that?

I can understand some of the complaints when it comes to P2 story. It's all action with very little moments where you really get to know the characters. I wish Hopkins would've kept in the scenes at Danny's funeral. Also, Leona's birthday party showing her husband. There were scenes with Captain Pilgrim talking about how Mike should watch his ass with the Feds in said scene. But even then I'm not sure that would be enough.

But I love P2 it's a worthy sequel to the original.
To me Holbrook looks like a pornstar :D

Predator 2 is good, its got awesome characters, cool quotes and everybody loves king Willy.


Master
Jan 24, 2017, 09:12:59 AM
Reply #61 on: Jan 24, 2017, 09:12:59 AM
Cause it's so hipster to trash on P2. Same as trashing on A3, A:R and of course Star Wars Prequels.


Infected
Jan 24, 2017, 10:49:59 AM
Reply #62 on: Jan 24, 2017, 10:49:59 AM
Cause it's so hipster to trash on P2. Same as trashing on A3, A:R and of course Star Wars Prequels.
I dont think thats the case for a lot of fans, and you are doing it no justice to just call it hip for trash talking.
Imo these movies have their flaws, and its a good thing to speak about that.


ace3g
Feb 28, 2017, 11:52:25 PM
Reply #63 on: Feb 28, 2017, 11:52:25 PM
GQ interview:

Quote
GQ: So you're in the new Predator movie!
Sterling K. Brown: I'm going to Vancouver for a couple of months for this new Predator film. Shane Black is a beast, the script is off the chain. I think it's a really nice reboot to something that people are familiar with, but it's gonna turn it over on its heels a little bit. My character's a very different character than Randall, which is very exciting for me. I won't elaborate too much more than that, but he's definitely not Randall. 


How'd you get involved in the project?
Well, the producers reached out to my agent, they said, We have this wonderful script and Shane is a fan. John Davis, who's the producer, said, "I'm a fan of Sterling's and we would like for him to check out the script and see if he's interested." And I read it, and it was fantastic, and expressed my interest, and they said "let's make it happen.
" And I tell you, that's a pretty cool thing for me personally, because, it hasn't been like that up to this point in my career. So to receive a call from a producer like Mr. Davis, with a writer/director like Mr. Black, who are interested in Mr. Brown, is alright by me.

Were you a fan of Shane Black?
When I saw Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, I was like, this is the shit. I was like, this movie is so dope, and Downey was so flawless, and so was Val, and the script just crackled. And what I didn't learn about Shane until I just had a meeting with John Davis a couple days ago, was that Shane became a superstar from Jump Street, when he was 21 and he wrote one of the best scripts that anyone had ever scene, called Lethal Weapon. 
This dude wrote Lethal Weapon at 21! I was like Holy shit! So between that, Kiss Kiss, and Iron Man 3—he's a beast. Yeah, I'm a fan. 


http://www.gq.com/story/sterling-k-brown-black-panther


The Wolverine Predator
Mar 01, 2017, 02:35:35 AM
Reply #64 on: Mar 01, 2017, 02:35:35 AM
GQ interview:

Quote
GQ: So you're in the new Predator movie!
Sterling K. Brown: I'm going to Vancouver for a couple of months for this new Predator film. Shane Black is a beast, the script is off the chain. I think it's a really nice reboot to something that people are familiar with, but it's gonna turn it over on its heels a little bit. My character's a very different character than Randall, which is very exciting for me. I won't elaborate too much more than that, but he's definitely not Randall. 


How'd you get involved in the project?
Well, the producers reached out to my agent, they said, We have this wonderful script and Shane is a fan. John Davis, who's the producer, said, "I'm a fan of Sterling's and we would like for him to check out the script and see if he's interested." And I read it, and it was fantastic, and expressed my interest, and they said "let's make it happen.
" And I tell you, that's a pretty cool thing for me personally, because, it hasn't been like that up to this point in my career. So to receive a call from a producer like Mr. Davis, with a writer/director like Mr. Black, who are interested in Mr. Brown, is alright by me.

Were you a fan of Shane Black?
When I saw Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, I was like, this is the shit. I was like, this movie is so dope, and Downey was so flawless, and so was Val, and the script just crackled. And what I didn't learn about Shane until I just had a meeting with John Davis a couple days ago, was that Shane became a superstar from Jump Street, when he was 21 and he wrote one of the best scripts that anyone had ever scene, called Lethal Weapon. 
This dude wrote Lethal Weapon at 21! I was like Holy shit! So between that, Kiss Kiss, and Iron Man 3—he's a beast. Yeah, I'm a fan. 


http://www.gq.com/story/sterling-k-brown-black-panther
Nice find, he seems to like the script...[emoji848]


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Predator_Spirit
Mar 10, 2017, 01:56:00 PM
Reply #66 on: Mar 10, 2017, 01:56:00 PM
GQ interview:

Quote
GQ: So you're in the new Predator movie!
Sterling K. Brown: I'm going to Vancouver for a couple of months for this new Predator film. Shane Black is a beast, the script is off the chain. I think it's a really nice reboot to something that people are familiar with, but it's gonna turn it over on its heels a little bit. My character's a very different character than Randall, which is very exciting for me. I won't elaborate too much more than that, but he's definitely not Randall. 


How'd you get involved in the project?
Well, the producers reached out to my agent, they said, We have this wonderful script and Shane is a fan. John Davis, who's the producer, said, "I'm a fan of Sterling's and we would like for him to check out the script and see if he's interested." And I read it, and it was fantastic, and expressed my interest, and they said "let's make it happen.
" And I tell you, that's a pretty cool thing for me personally, because, it hasn't been like that up to this point in my career. So to receive a call from a producer like Mr. Davis, with a writer/director like Mr. Black, who are interested in Mr. Brown, is alright by me.

Were you a fan of Shane Black?
When I saw Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, I was like, this is the shit. I was like, this movie is so dope, and Downey was so flawless, and so was Val, and the script just crackled. And what I didn't learn about Shane until I just had a meeting with John Davis a couple days ago, was that Shane became a superstar from Jump Street, when he was 21 and he wrote one of the best scripts that anyone had ever scene, called Lethal Weapon. 
This dude wrote Lethal Weapon at 21! I was like Holy shit! So between that, Kiss Kiss, and Iron Man 3—he's a beast. Yeah, I'm a fan. 


http://www.gq.com/story/sterling-k-brown-black-panther
Nice find, he seems to like the script...[emoji848]


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He also confirmed that is a  reboot.Told you it was a reboot disguised as a sequel.


Stealth_Hunter
Mar 10, 2017, 02:23:47 PM
Reply #67 on: Mar 10, 2017, 02:23:47 PM
He is speaking in terms of revival, not restarting. Sequels revive all the time.


Corporal Hicks
Mar 10, 2017, 02:39:39 PM
Reply #68 on: Mar 10, 2017, 02:39:39 PM
That term gets thrown about and used for so many different things it's near enough void of actual meaning now-a-days.


von
Mar 10, 2017, 02:50:52 PM
Reply #69 on: Mar 10, 2017, 02:50:52 PM
No offense but honestly, who cares? We're getting another Predator movie that will at least reference past events



The Wolverine Predator
Apr 11, 2017, 08:16:35 PM
Reply #71 on: Apr 11, 2017, 08:16:35 PM
Sterling K. Brown talks more about The Predator
Directed and co-written by Shane Black (Lethal Weapon), this reboot of the thermal-tracking, human-hunting alien franchise is the fourth installment in the Predator series and set in present day. Though technically a sequel, it does not continue story lines from 1987’s Predator, 1990’s Predator, or 2010’s Predators. “Shane has his whole take on it and it’s very different than the original Predator,” Brown tells EW. “It’s got a really wicked sense of humor to it, which I love about it. And it’s got a real camaraderie amongst the main characters that I think folks will be attracted to. That’s pretty much all I can say.”

http://ew.com/movies/2017/04/11/sterling-k-brown-predator-reboot/


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Corporal Hicks
Apr 12, 2017, 07:25:35 AM
Reply #72 on: Apr 12, 2017, 07:25:35 AM
Thanks for sharing, Wolverine.


foxxy
Apr 12, 2017, 09:48:10 AM
Reply #73 on: Apr 12, 2017, 09:48:10 AM
Who gives a fark anymore, fox had the opportunity to have Dutch back for another film, give the character a worthy reason to be included but no, so im sure im not alone on this but I couldn't care less about predator much anymore, much like how fox could of brought back ripley and hicks for aliens sequel, fox think, yeah we have no fans we have to concentrate on new audience now, fark fox, and this film doesn't look like its going to become an event film ether.



 

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