– by Mark Cook

We are only a couple months away from the latest installment of the Predator franchise, which is set to be released on September 14. I am excited for the movie and am a big fan of the franchise, even though some of the movies have been hit-or-miss.

Collider was able to sit down with the writer/director, Shane Black, where they discussed the film’s reshoots.  Yes, reshoots can be a scary word based on some movies we have seen, but from the sound of it they have only made the film better, and Predator fans should be in for a great time!

So what exactly did they change? According to the piece, it was a big, yet smile change. The changes, as it turns out, mostly have to do with the third act of the film. Originally, it took place in the daytime, but that didn’t work because it apparently wasn’t scary enough. So they reshot it to take place at night, they streamlined it a bit, and doubled down to make sure the Predator itself was just as terrifying as we want it to be.

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Well, those reshoots make sense.  We have clearly seen Predators in the daytime before, but the darkness takes them to a different level.

Are you excited for the upcoming film?  What do you think of the reshoots?  Leave your thoughts in the usual place, and thanks for reading!

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Source: Collider