First Teaser Poster Revealed for Shane Black's New 'Predator' Sequel
"Here we go again, bro." Whoa! Where did this come from? No release date or any solid confirmation on filming, yet the first poster is now out. An early teaser poster for the upcoming Predator movie has been unveiled on the official Predator Facebook page (found via SlashFilm). According to early details, this film is actually a direct sequel to the original 1987 sci-fi feature starring Arnold Schwarzenegger. The poster only says "You'll never see him coming" and lists the title as The Predator, which perhaps means we'll only see one Predator this time around again. I'm definitely curious to know more about this. Check this out in full.
We last wrote about this movie in 2014, without any updates since then, only confirming that Shane Black was writing the treatment and directing the movie (his follow-up to The Nice Guys and Iron Man 3) but not writing the script by himself. Instead, he's working with Fred Dekker (who co-wrote The Monster Squad and directed Night of the Creeps) to write this sequel. Quotes from Black at the time stated that it would be an "inventive sequel" connecting back to the original 1987 movie. "Why start over, when you’ve all this rich mythology yet to mine?” No other details about it have been revealed yet and it hasn't started filming either.