‘Prey’ Trailer Reveals The Predator Hunts Humans in the Past
Hulu has released the first trailer for Prey, the upcoming Predator film, which will be released in August. Comanche warrior Naru, who is opposed to a Predator that arrived on Earth in the 1700s, will be the subject of a new action-packed sci-fi picture that shifts the focus back to that time.
Amber Midthunder, best known for her role in Legion, joins Dane DiLiegro and Dakota Beavers in Prey as Naru. During the development of Shane Black’s The Predator, 10 Cloverfield Lane director Dan Trachtenberg approached franchise producer John Davis with the concept for a new tale and a writer.
Under the code name Skulls, production started on the picture in early 2021 and finished in September of the same year, initially meant to keep the film’s Predator connections a secret until its release. Prey’s next Predator film is scheduled for release in the summer of 2022, and now fans can get a sneak peek at what’s in store.
Here’s the ‘Prey’ Trailer
Hulu has published the first trailer for Prey nine months after wrapping filming. Predator: Resurrection looks at the next film’s Comanche protagonist, its historical location, and its upcoming August release date in this teaser trailer. Here’s a heart-pounding sneak peek:
While the Prey video may not disclose much about the narrative of the next Predator film, it should help build some interest for the long-running franchise’s latest episode. As Amber Midthunder’s Naru escapes an unknown force through the Great Plains, supposedly spared by an anonymous fellow Tribesman, viewers are pushed directly into the action with limited audio in the trailer.
The Predator’s characteristic triangle laser sights on his head and the clicking roar emitting from the background soon indicate the force’s identity as a Predator.