‘The Predator’ Is Inspired By ‘The Dark Knight,’ ‘Logan, & ‘Iron Man 3’

The PredatorDirector Shane Black has likened his experience on The Predator to another film of his, Iron Man 3 and also revealed how the film is similar to Logan.

Black shared with Collider on a set visit of The Predator that the film reminded him of his experience with Robert Downey Jr. on Iron Man 3

“On Iron Man, Downey would be like, ‘Time!’ and I’d be like, ‘We’re shooting!’ and he’d be, ‘No, shut the cameras,’ and we’d go back to the trailer and we’d all write because he wanted new lines,” says Black. “I mean, maybe it’s a little bit of that. Maybe I took a lesson from him. We’ve had a great deal of fun incorporating input from talented people who haven’t been looking at the same pages for two years.”

Black also said that the film is like Logan, serving as both an action film and a character piece.

“It wasn’t just an action movie, I thought. I think Logan’s actually not a bad model in terms of the time spent offering you satisfying action, but also visceral action and then also spending time on a surprising character piece,” Black shared of the film. “Y’know, if we can do half their business I’d be thrilled.”

The Predator star Boyd Holbrook, who also starred in Logan, talked about how the film reinvents the franchise in a similar fashion to what the The Dark Knight did with Batman.

“When people talk about reinventing, and I think Christopher Nolan is really the only person that’s really taken a franchise that people love and give it a complete freshness [with The Dark Knight], I think that’s what Shane is doing with this,” Holbrook shared. “Taking elements that already exist, pre-existing in the past franchise, and reinventing them.”

What do you think about these comments? Does this get you more excited for The Predator? Comment Below!

“From the outer reaches of space to the small-town streets of suburbia, the hunt comes home in Shane Black’s explosive reinvention of the Predator series. Now, the universe’s most lethal hunters are stronger, smarter and deadlier than ever before, having genetically upgraded themselves with DNA from other species. When a young boy accidentally triggers their return to Earth, only a ragtag crew of ex-soldiers and a disgruntled science teacher can prevent the end of the human race.”

Hitting theaters on September 14, 2018, The Predator stars Boyd Holbrook, Yvonne Strahovski, Olivia Munn, Trevante Rhodes, Keegan-Michael Key, Sterling K. Brown, Jacob Tremblay, Thomas Jane, Alfie Allen, Augusto Aguilera, Jake Busey and Edward James Olmos. Stay tuned for more updates on the project!

Source: Collider

‘Alien’ Films Ranked From Worst To Best

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____53a1c8188d461The Alien Franchise has become a massive success ever since the first film was released back in 1979. A small but intimate film that changed horror and sci-fi cinema. The Alien known as the Xenomorph has become a part of the cultural zeitgeist with as much popularity as the greatest horror and sci-fi characters. The Xenomorphs in these films are almost more popular than the films themselves so much so that they have been a part of crossovers with the Predator series as well. With the release of the trailer to Alien: Covenant it is the perfect time to look back at this franchise and see which ones remain the best out of all of them.

This list will not include the Alien Vs. Predator films seeing as they are their own separate crossover series. So without further ado here is are the Alien Films Ranked From Worst To Best!

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  • Rain Maker

    Hyping up a film no one wants to see.

    I guess id rather see shane black do original stuff. Predator in the suburbs and little kids, doesn’t work for me.

    Now predator in space with space marines and xenomorphs just made by a more competent film maker than paul Anderson or the strause bros,

    They’ve never done right by terminator or predator, when the stories are there. They messed up with Prometheus when the answer was always there.

    They ust have to do it.