Prey Releasing Date

A new television commercial for the upcoming Predator sequel, Prey, has been released, and it shows the decisive confrontation between the Predator and some hunters from the Comanche Nation.

PREY’s Official Trailer and Poster Hint to an Upcoming Release on Hulu for the Predator Prequel

The television commercial presents the first encounter between the main character, Naru (played by Amber Midthunder), and the legendary Predator. It then goes on to describe the measures that the people of the Comanche Nation take in order to eliminate the beast.

Watch the most recent commercial for Prey down below:

Prey Trailer

According to the narrative, “Prey is the story of a young lady named Naru, who is a strong and highly accomplished warrior. The story takes place in the Comanche Nation 300 years ago.” She was brought up in the shadow of some of the most legendary hunters who roam the Great Plains, and as a result, when danger threatens her camp, she sets out to protect the people who live there. The prey she chases and ultimately encounters turns out to be a highly evolved alien predator with a technologically superior armament, which results in a fierce and scary fight between the two opponents.

The cast is almost entirely made up of Native American and First Nation actors and actresses, including Amber Midthunder (The Ice Road), Dakota Beavers, Stormee Kipp (Sooyii), Michelle Thrush (The Journey Home), and Julian Black Antelope. Dakota Beavers is a rookie in the industry (Tribal). Dane DiLiegro (American Horror Stories), who will also be included in it, will play the role of the Predator.

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Dan Trachtenberg is in charge of directing Prey, and Patrick Aison is the one who wrote the screenplay. It is being produced by John Davis, Jhane Myers, and Marty Ewing, and the executive producers are Lawrence Gordon, Ben Rosenblatt, James E. Thomas, John C. Thomas, and Marc Toberoff.

The prequel will be available on Hulu wholly in Comanche as a language choice, or with Comanche subtitles, marking the first time that a full-length movie has been made available in the Comanche language on a direct-to-consumer streaming platform.