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Everything We Know About Prey, The Predator Prequel, So Far

Like its titular monster, the “Predator” movie franchise has proven very hard to kill, even after multiple sequels and crossovers that’ve seen wildly varying results when it comes to their financial success and, most importantly, their actual quality. The plan was for Shane Black’s 2018 quasi-reboot “The Predator” to usher in a shiny new era […]

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‘Predator 5’: Producers Compare Dan Trachtenberg’s New Film To ‘The Revenant’ & Are Open To PG-13 Rating

“Predator 5” also known as “Skulls” coming from director Dan Trachtenberg (“10 Cloverfield,” “Black Mirror,” “The Boys“) has been shooting in Calgary, Alberta, Canada with a mostly unknown cast. Producers John Davis and David Fox have now dished to Collider about the fifth installment giving some insight into the secretive fifth installment.Read More: ‘Predator’ Franchise […]

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‘In The Shadow Of The Moon’ Trailer: Jim Mickle Directs Netflix Thriller Which Sends Boyd Holbrook Crazy

When it comes to the police, they always want to catch their man, no matter how long they’ve eluded them. Well ‘In The Shadow Of The Moon’ sees a copper chase a serial killer who resurfaces every nine years. Boyd Holbrook, who has “Logan” and the rebooted “The Predator” films under his acting belt, will […]

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China box office: ‘The Nutcracker’ goes top as ticket sales fall again

Decline is the worst since September 2014.Ticket sales at the Chinese box office fell below the RMB500m ($72.67m) mark for the third week running, triggering the worst decline since September 2014.The week from Oct 29 – Nov 4 saw the box office drop by 6.5% week-on-week. Additionally, the month of October has slumped by a […]

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The Collider.com Podcast: Episode 162 – Mailbag, ‘Fantastic Beasts’, and ‘The Predator’

This week on The Collider.com Podcast, we’re kicking things off with a mailbag where we answer questions about underrated actors, “workshoping” movies, the appeal of Tom Hanks, and more. Then we move on to a discussion of the backlash against Fantastic Beasts and author J.K. Rowling, and if it’s warranted to compare her to George […]

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Five Monstrous ’80s Baddies Who Deserve a Resurrection on the Big Screen

The late ’70s and ’80s gave movie-going audiences quite the collection of spine-tingling baddies to love. Freddy from Nightmare on Elm Street, the xenomorphs of Alien and Aliens, and, of course, the Predators (who are currently making their triumphant return in The Predator.) But what about the lesser appreciated villains and monsters of the decade? […]

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Can ‘House With a Clock in Its Walls’ Become the Fall’s First Family Box Office Hit?

The second half of September will be a slow period for the box office, as studios are expecting that “Venom” and “A Star Is Born” will take up most of the audience interest when they arrive in October. That said, Universal and Amblin are sending in an interesting contender in the form of “The House […]

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