Producer John Davis said that 'Aliens vs. Predator 3' could be dead but 'Predator' will be revived with Arnold Schwarzenegger on board.
There is a big possibility that "Alien vs. Predator" saga will end until the second installment only, but there could be more on "Predator". Even more interesting, Arnold Schwarzenegger may be on board to reprise his role as Dutch if indeed the movie is re-made from the original 1987 flick.
Producer John Davis talked to Collider.com, referring Arnold, who has taken hiatus from film industry to concentrate on his politician role, as the Governor. He said, "Well, the Governor has mentioned to me that when he ceases to be Governor, if he doesn't run for the Senate and all of that stuff, he'd like to do a movie or two again. And I don't know, maybe we could restart the Predator franchise."
When asked how big is the possibility if Arnold eventually signs in, Davis added, "Well we'd have to come up with a really good script and a really great angle on it, but Predator was the first movie I was ever involved with, so it's always going to have a really soft spot in my heart."
Meanwhile, on AVP itself, Davis doubted there would be more of it since they have "logically done" with what they could've done with the franchise. The latest installment is the 2007 "Aliens vs. Predator - Requiem".