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Hulu releases full trailer for Predator prequel, ‘Prey’

‘Prey’ debuts on August 5 exclusively on Hulu.

On Tuesday, 20th Century Studios and Hulu released the full trailer for Prey, the upcoming Predator film that takes place 300 years ago in the Comanche Nation. This time around, a young woman named Naru (played by Amber Midthunder) must defend her people against one of the alien hunters.

Unlike last month’s frustratingly short teaser (which was still all types of intriguing), this new trailer gives us a much better look at things.

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As you can see, things for Naru go from bad to much worse when her quest to prove she can hunt turns into a fight for survival against an extraterrestrial threat. It also appears she’ll have to contend with some colonizers, who will find out just how useless their muskets are against a Yautja.

Thankfully, Naru looks to be an extremely smart/skilled warrior — one who’s more than up to the task of taking on the Predator and its advanced weaponry. We don’t get a great look at the Predator itself, but what little we do see hints at a really cool-looking new design.

Prey (20th Century Studios)

Prey (20th Century Studios)

In the press release for the trailer, Hulu announced that the film will be available with Commanche dubbing and subtitles. This will be the first time a streaming feature film has ever been Comanche language. The Comanche language will also be used in the standard/English dub of the film.

Prey will debut on August 5 exclusively on Hulu.


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