Even more brutal and disgusting: This is how the Predator in "Prey" differs from the original
Prey Movierulz - Anyone who would have preferred to finish with the franchise about the legendary hunter from the endless expanses of space after "The Predator" now gets a kind of peace offering with "Prey". Director Dan Trachtenberg is returning to the roots of the genre with what is now the fifth "Predator" offshoot and is primarily based on the strengths of the Arnold Schwarzenegger original from 1987.
Prey Movierulz - At the center of the story of "Prey" is a young Comanche warrior named Naru, who uses only primitive weapons to take on the alien in order to prove herself to her tribe. Instead of relying on large-scale spectacle, the film is set in the dense forests of North America 300 years before our time.
Alien slime is said to increase the disgust factor in "Prey"!
Changes have been made to the Predator's look and weaponry over the years. The neatly braided Rasta braids seen in Alien vs. Predator still amuse fans of the iconic monster. In an interview with ComicBook, director Dan Trachtenberg revealed that they also made a change to the appearance of the Predator in "Prey":
“There are two different versions of the Predator's face. There's a stunt version that didn't move that was a little bit safer for Dane to work. And there was another version that was just harder for Dane because it had all the animatronics in it. And one of the things we added in this film that, oddly enough, wasn't in the other 'Predator' films was slime. We put in some alien slime, the stuff we know from the Alien movies."
A cool idea to raise the disgust factor a bit by smearing slime on the monster. After all, the Predator is not a particularly handsome contemporary even under the mask, which makes the goo effect even more understandable and effective in theory. We'll find out if that's really the case on August 5th, when "Prey" is available on Disney+. Anyway, for Dan Trachtenberg, the extra slime makes the Predator appear "just a lot more violent and gross."