The new details of the plot that has been revealed for the fifth part of Predator hints that the film might take place back in the past. John McTiernan was the director of the first Predator movie that was released in the year 1987, and it starred Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Arnold played the role of Dutch, and his role in the first part of the franchise has become one of the most iconic characters right up there with Conan the Barbarian and The Terminator.
Similarly, the Yautja became one of the most recognizable film monsters of the decade. You may already be aware of the fact that the Predators have shown up in about five films since the year 1987, none of which were even able to match the critical praise of the original movie.
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The Predators, Predator 2, and The Predator, the most recent film, made an attempt to continue the mythos behind the very ancient creatures, but each of the movies received mixed or even negative reviews.
Even the films that were released in the year 2004, Alien vs. Predator, and its sequel, Alien vs. Predator: Requiem, could not get the fans of the movie back on board, but you must know that the franchise is not done yet.
While the fans of the series are worried that the franchise was officially dead after 20th Century Fox was acquired by Disney, it was recently announced that the fifth part of the franchise is in the stages of development.
Well, according to the details that have been revealed recently that it will be set in the past before settlers stole the land of the native Americans. It also seems that the fifth part may be going under the working title, Skulls, which is said to be following a Comanche woman who goes against traditions and gender norms to become a warrior.
As you are aware that the fifth part of the franchise has been announced recently, so not much has been known about the project. However, we will be updating you with the latest details as soon as something gets revealed officially.