The Predator

1 hr 47 min

R

You'll never see him coming.

From the outer reaches of space to the small-town streets of suburbia, the hunt comes home in Shane Black's explosive reinvention of the Predator series. Now, the universe's most lethal hunters are stronger, smarter and deadlier than ever before, having genetically upgraded themselves with DNA from other species. When a young boy accidentally triggers their return to Earth, only a ragtag crew of ex-soldiers and a disgruntled science teacher can prevent the end of the human race. A sequel to the 1987 PREDATOR

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Cast & Crew

  • Boyd Holbrook

    Boyd HolbrookQuinn McKenna

    Boyd Holbrook is an American actor and fashion model. He has appeared in films such as Milk (2008), Out of the Furnace (2013), Gone Girl (2014), A Walk Among the Tombstones (2014), Run All Night (2015) and in the Netflix series Narcos. In 2007 Holbrook sent a screenplay to director Gus Van Sant, who was impressed enough to give him the role of Denton Smith for the movie Milk (2008). In 2017 he starred in the film Logan alongside Hugh Jackman.
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  • Jacob Tremblay

    Jacob TremblayRory McKenna

    Jacob Tremblay is a Canadian actor. He made his film debut for the live-action animated film The Smurfs 2 (2013). His breakout performance was in Room (2015), for which he received critical acclaim. In 2016, Tremblay played a supporting role in the comedy film Donald Trump's The Art of the Deal: The Movie (2016), and in 2017, he starred with Jaeden Lieberher, playing brothers, in the drama The Book of Henry (2017), with Naomi Watts as their mother.
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  • Trevante Rhodes

    Trevante RhodesNebraska Williams

    Trevante Rhodes was born as Trevante Nemour Rhodes. He is an actor, known for Moonlight (2016), The Predator (2018) and 12 Strong (2018).
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  • STERLING K. BROWN

    STERLING K. BROWNTraeger

    Emmy Award-winning actor Sterling K. Brown stars in NBC's Emmy and Golden Globe nominated drama series THIS IS US. For his role as Randall Pearson, Brown won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series, as well as a Golden Globe, becoming the first African American actor to win his category in the award show's 75-year history. Additionally, Brown made history by becoming the first African American actor to receive the SAG Award for Outstanding Male Actor in a Drama, and also received a SAG award alongside his cast for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series. He has also won an NAACP Image Award and Critics Choice Award, and has been nominated for a TCA Award and a Teen Choice Award. In 2016, Brown portrayed prosecutor Christopher Darden in FX's highly-rated award-winning television event series THE PEOPLE V. O.J. SIMPSON: AMERICAN CRIME STORY. He won an Emmy Award and Critics Choice Award for the role and was nominated for a Golden Globe, SAG Award and NAACP Image Award. Sterling Kelby Brown was born in St. Louis, Missouri, to Aralean Banks and Sterling Brown. His father died when he was ten, after a heart attack. Sterling graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Drama from Stanford University, before receiving his Master's Degree in Fine Arts from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. He resides in Los Angeles with his wife and two sons. Brown can be seen in Marvel's record breaking film BLACK PANTHER. Later in the year, he co-starred in Fox's THE PREDATOR (September) and HOTEL ARTEMIS, with Jodie Foster and Brian Tyree Henry. In 2017, Brown co-starred in Open Road's MARSHALL, for which he received an NAACP Image Award nomination for his role. In 2016, Brown co-starred with Tina Fey in Paramount's WHISKEY TANGO FOXTROT. A lover of theater, Brown has performed in a variety of staged shows, including NY and LA productions of FATHER COMES HOME FROM THE WARS (PARTS 1, 2 & 3), for which he won an NAACP Theatre Award and was nominated for an Ovation Award. His additional stage credits include MACBETH, THE BROTHER/SISTER PLAYS and THE RESISTABLE RISE OF ARTURO UI opposite Al Pacino. For seven years, Brown portrayed Dr. Roland Burton in the critically acclaimed Lifetime series ARMY WIVES. Additional television credits include SUPERNATURAL, PERSON OF INTEREST, MASTERS OF SEX, THE MENTALIST, CASTLE and CRIMINAL MINDS. His film credits include OUR IDIOT BROTHER, THE SUSPECT, RIGHTEOUS KILL, TRUST THE MAN and SPACEMAN.
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  • Keegan-Michael Key

    Keegan-Michael KeyCoyle

    Keegan-Michael Key was born in Southfield, Michigan and raised in Detroit. He was adopted as a child by a black father and a white mother. In 1989, he graduated from Shrine Catholic High School in Royal Oak, Michigan. Key attended the University of Detroit Mercy as an undergraduate and earned his Master of Fine Arts in Theater at Pennsylvania State University. While at The University of Detroit Mercy, he was a brother of Phi Kappa Theta.
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  • Jake Busey

    Jake BuseyKeyes

    Jake Busey was born, raised, and is now carrying the family banner in show business. The son of Judy and Gary Busey, Jake spent his childhood in sunny southern California, as well as myriad film sets around the country. Jake enjoyed a childhood similar to a "military brat", as they call themselves. "Born into the circus" as he calls it, Jake's childhood was a series of strung-together extended-stay location shoots, alternating with tours on the road with his father's various bands. He grew up in a world of artists, spending many years on tour buses and side-stage-studying such acts as Willie Nelson, Leon Russell, Little Feat, the Band, and Fleetwood Mac, Jake found his passion for music and performing. Busey reluctantly entered the industry at the age of 5 in his first motion picture, Dustin Hoffman's opus, "Straight Time" (1977) starring alongside his father, Gary, Cathy Bates, M. Emmett Walsh and Dustin Hoffman. After finishing high school at Crossroads School for the Arts and Sciences and a brief stint at college in Santa Barbara , Jake returned to L.A to study the craft of acting for film at 17. He started auditioning at 19, and booked his first role in a PBS film, "Shimmer", shot on location in Iowa. Slowly but surely bit parts playing supporting characters in independent films would follow, as declined help from his famous father. Perhaps his road may have taken a little longer than desired, but He would carry integrity....knowing he had forged his own path. After a few years of hard work and little returns, he made his true debut to the big screen in 1994 alongside Stephen Dorff and Reese Witherspoon in the biggest, and what would be the last of his string of indie films for a while.."S.F.W" . Then in 1996 the world of jake changed. With a 3 page monologue about religion vs. science, he landed "Contact" with Jodi Foster and Matthew McConnaghey. Then with Will Smith, Gene Hackman, John Voight and Lisa Bonet in "Enemy of the State", Michael J Fox in Peter Jackson's "The Frightener's," then with Luke Wilson and Drew Barrymore in "Home Fries," and most memorably as the smart-mouthed Private Ace Levy in the ensemble Sci-Fi cult classic "Starship Troopers." Jake was a force to be reckoned with in the late 1990's A-list film market. Then in the early 21st century, after the great success of "Identity" alongside Liotta, Cusack, John Hawkes, Rebecca Demornay, Amanda Peet , John C. Mcginly and P.T.Vance, Jake took some risks with projects, leaps of faith, stepping up into starring roles in such studio disasters as "Tomcats" and "the First 20million is always the hardest", Films hyped to glory among the Hollywood machine, which failed miserably, which left him needing to reassess his position and strong suits. It was time for a break. Personal inventory was taken, new directives evaluated, basically some time away was needed. After a few-year hiatus from acting as he pursued directing films, "road-tripping" the country in his airplane, and the fine appreciation of wine, he was ready for his come-back. Jake blasted onscreen in the final season of FX's hit series "Justified", as a pyrotechnic specialist, leaving many an audience member aghast; having thought he was a solid new addition to the show...alas, just a masterfully crafted character, blowing up in 30 seconds. In a major leap forward, Robert Rodriguez nabbed him for all three seasons of "From Dusk Till Dawn, (airing on his upstart El-Rey Network, and Netflix.) as the eponymous "sex Machine". The show enjoyed industry accolade, but was not widely seen by its target audience, who could often times not afford the elite TV cable-package required to carry the new Network. Jake can also be seen in History Channel's 2015 8-hour epic mini-series "Texas Rising", Busey plays Samuel Wallace, the man credited with reciting the legendary warning, "Remember the Alamo." alongside Thomas Jane, Bill Paxton, Ray Liotta, Jeremy Davies, and many others; directed by Roland Joffe. Alternating between Large scale projects, he can be seen on the small screen indicative of today's market in Hulu's "freakish", Showtime Network's "Ray Donovan", and in early 2018, CBS television's "NCIS" Episode 346(1516) , ABC's "Marvels agents of S.H.E.I.L.D.., Episode 513 & 519, and in the summer of 2018 he makes his return to the summer tent-pole event scene with 20th Century Fox's "the_Predator", directed by Shane Black. A bit of a modern-day Renaissance man, Jake's passions in life includes fatherhood, acting, desert racing, architecture, music, flying planes when necessary, and fabricating anything mechanical in his metal shop. .
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