Predators 2010 Movie Trailer [HD]
Director: Nimrod Antal
Studio: 20th Century Fox
A group of elite warriors are hunted by members of a merciless alien race known as Predators.
PREDATORS, a bold new chapter in the Predator universe, shot under the creative auspices of Robert Rodriguez, stars Adrien Brody as Royce, a mercenary who reluctantly leads a group of elite warriors who come to realize they?ve been brought together on an alien planet? as prey...
A convict who was supposed to be executed in a few days, two men who were in combat from different parts of the world, two black ops mercenaries, a doctor, a member of the Japanese mafia, and a member of the Mexican cartel wake up in a jungle that none of them recognize. None of them seem to remember much of anything other than a blinding light and then waking up while they were falling from the sky. As they put their differences aside, they soon realize they were put in this jungle for a particular reason; to be hunted. However, these creatures are unlike anything they've come into contact with before as both their appearance and their technology seem to be from another world. The eight human predators that were dropped on this rock must work together if they hope to stand a chance against these monsters and get back home alive.
The cast seems bizarre on paper; there's that guy who had sex with a creature that contained spliced human and animal DNA (Adrien Brody), Eric Forman from "That 70's Show" (Topher Grace), that girl who was mostly artificial organs in Repo Men (Alice Braga), that guy who always manages to play a bad a** Mexican and appears in most Robert Rodriguez films (Danny Trejo), Morpheus from The Matrix (Laurence Fishburne), and Jason Voorhees (Derek Mears) among many others. The dynamic cast is actually one of the most absorbing factors of the film. Topher Grace adds that little bit of humor in most of the screen time he has and his character ventures off into territory you may not be expecting. "Justified"'s Walton Goggins steals quite a few humorous lines, as well. Royce (Brody) and Isabelle (Braga) would probably be pretty dull if it wasn't for the chemistry the two develop the longer they're around each other. Laurence Fishburne's introduction scene alone is arguably more bad a** than anything he did in The Matrix. The cast really makes this film work; plain and simple.