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Prey Finally Sets a 4K, Blu-ray Release Date | #childpredator | #onlinepredator | #sextrafficing


Just over a year after debuting on Hulu, 20th Century Studios has announced that Prey is finally coming to 4K Ultra HD and Blu-ray.


Per Bloody Disgusting, the Predator prequel film will be released on 4K UHD and Blu-ray on Oct. 3. The release will come packed with special features, including an alternate opening, two deleted scenes and an audio commentary track. Just like on Hulu, Prey‘s physical formats will also include the full-length Comanche audio track. An exclusive Steelbook version will be available at BestBuy. The physical release will no doubt please fans of Prey who have been campaigning online for a 4K/Blu-ray release of the film since last year.

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Prey Special Features

Prey‘s 4K UHD and Blu-ray releases will come with the following bonus content:

  • Making of Prey: Step behind the scenes of Prey as the cast and crew explore the genesis of the project, how they gave authenticity to the story, the intense physical training the cast endured, and the effects work that brought the iconic Predator back to the screen.
  • Prey FYC Panel With Cast & Crew: Go deeper into Prey with a lively panel discussion featuring director Dan Trachtenberg, actor Amber Midthunder, producer Jhane Myers, director of photography Jeff Cutter, film editor Angela M. Catanzaro and creature effects designer Alec Gillis.
  • Alternative Opening Scene: Check out a scene that didn’t make the cut with commentary by Dan Trachtenberg.
  • Deleted Scene: Big Warrior, Little Warrior: Check out a scene that didn’t make the cut with commentary by Dan Trachtenberg.
  • Deleted Scene: Treetop Chase (pre-vis): Check out a scene that didn’t make the cut with commentary by Dan Trachtenberg.
  • Audio Commentary: Play Movie With Audio Commentary By Dan Trachtenberg, Amber Midthunder, Jeff Cutter & Angela M. Catanzaro.

Prey is the fifth entry in the Predator franchise, serving as a historical prequel to the earlier installments. Set three centuries ago in the Comanche Nation, Prey follows Naru (Amber Midthunder), a young novice warrior who — despite her community’s lack of faith in her abilities — is a fierce combatant. When an unseen threat of alien origin begins threatening her family and home, Naru sets out to take down the technologically-advanced hunter from another world. Prey received glowing reviews from both critics and fans when it debuted on Hulu last year. The prequel film has also received six nominations at the 75th Primetime Emmy Awards, which is set to air on Fox on Jan. 15, 2024.

RELATED: Prey Director Reacts to Predator Prequel’s Emmy Nominations

Will There Be a Prey Sequel?

While 20th Century Studios and Hulu haven’t officially announced a sequel to Prey, Trachtenberg recently revealed that he has had “really exciting conversations” about continuing the story of Naru and the Comanche Nation and “what crazy things could we do next.” He added, “And I’ve never stopped, no one stopped thinking about how cool things could be going forward.”

Midthunder has also played coy in the past about Prey 2, though she admitted that she was “ready” for a sequel. “I loved that experience, I love that movie, and I would be happy to see where else we can take it,” she said in January 2023.

Prey is currently streaming on Hulu (in the United States) and Disney+ (internationally). The horror film arrives on 4K Ultra HD and Blu-ray on Oct. 3.

Source: Bloody Disgusting



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