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Prey director reveals surprising influence on Predator prequel film

upcoming movie to hunta prequel film for Cruel The franchise seems to have more in common with the likes of ghost and Western (though a lot more is present in that DNA) than the 1987 John McTiernan film. With the film’s latest trailer coming out, filmmaker Dan Trachtenberg spoke to several outlets about the film and what went into the making of the film, which is set 300 years ago in the Camanche Nation. The 10 Cloverfield Lane filmmaker revealed details of what HTE served as his inspiration for the film, mostly citing the filmography of Academy Award nominee Terrence Malick.

“Terrence Malick probably came out on top,” Trachtenberg said Empire, “And not only New WorldBut days of heavenAnd the thin Red Line Too. We referenced images from those films and cinematography and wanted it to feel authentic. It is a part of the soul of this film. And macbethMichael Fassbender macbeth The film had a huge visual impact.”

Trachtenberg’s Predator may be an ambitious swing for the franchise, but it’s notably the franchise’s first foray since The Walt Disney Company absorbed 20th Century Fox. Considering its parent company, many Predator fans worried that the days of slicing off the spine and skull of Alien Predator were over, but Trachtenberg confirmed that Disney had zero notes on the film.

“The Disney thing didn’t affect the film at all in terms of its content,” Trachtenberg told ComicBook.com. “So I’m excited for this trailer to come out. And the people who were worried it would be PG-13, or it would be ‘Disney-Made-Predator.'” It was a 20th century film throughout the experience. And then Disney has been awesome at getting the reins on it and getting it out into the world now, but never got a mandate from them. We were in awe of some of the words the script was in and when they read it, I was like, ‘Oh no, will they go crazy over the details of the gore and stuff?’ But, no. This is a brutal, intense, very R-rated film. And I’m excited to pull it off, that Disney will do ‘Disney Things’.”

to hunt Will debut on Hulu on August 5. The film features almost entirely Native and First Nations talent, including Amber Midthunder (“The Ice Road,” “Roswell, New Mexico”), newcomer Dakota Beaver, Stormi Kip (“Soeeee”), Michelle Thrush ( “The Journey Home”), Julian Black Antelope (“Tribal”).

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Reference from comicbook.com

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