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‘The Predator‘ new trailer reveals return of upgraded deadliest hunters

First trailer for 20th Century Fox’s The Predator, where a young boy unknowingly opens a path towards Earth for the most dangerous of hunters in the universe has finally been unveiled.

Helmed by blockbuster filmmaker Shane Black (Iron Man 3), The Predator is an action-packed and intensely high-octane movie that will open in Philippine cinemas on Sept. 12.

 Alfie Allen, Keegan Key, Thomas Jane, Augusto Aguilera, Boyd Holbrook, and Trevante Rhodes in the reinvented franchise of 'The Predator.'
The Predator trails the return of the most dangerous of creatures in the universe that continuously upgrade themselves genetically using DNA from other species making them supreme and unequal killing machines.  When Rory (played by Jacob Tremblay, The Room and Wonder), activates a mysterious alien device that paves way for the predators’ return, his father and an unlikely band of crazy ex-soldiers form an alliance to fight a common unbeatable enemy to save the human race from extinction. 

The movie features an impressive cast that includes Olivia Munn (from X-Men: Apocalypse,  X-Men: Dark Phoenix,  Ocean’s 8), Boyd Holbrook (Logan, Narcos), Sterling K. Brown (This Is Us), Keegan Michael Key (Why Him?), Thomas Jane (The Punisher), Jake Busey (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.),  Trevante Rhodes (Moonlight) and Alfie Allen (Game of Thrones).

Gear up for the upcoming, no-holds-barred action extravaganza when The Predator opens in Philippine cinemas nationwide. 

Follow 20th Century Fox (PH) on Facebook and 20thcenturyfoxph on Instagram and YouTube. For trailer links: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ztuoos9A4Vw (YouTube); and   https://www.facebook.com/20thcenturyfoxphilippines/videos/10160376015145582/ (Facebook).

Topics: 20th Century Fox , The Predator , Shane Black , Jacob Tremblay
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