A script review uncovers that there will be eight people stranded on the home planet of the Predators and that Danny Trejo will take a part as a Mexican enforcer from Los Zeta drug cartel.
Latino Review (LR) has read a draft for "Predators" and was able to share a script review that uncovers some plot details of the forthcoming "Predator" series reboot. [SPOILER ALERT!] Noting that the movie will take place in the jungles of the Predator home planet, LR uncovered that the main protagonist will be known as Royce.
Chasing his foe to a rooftop, Royce is under the surveillance of a Predator. After he kills the man, he finds himself snatched by the alien and taken to the Predator home world. Dropped into the jungles, he meets seven other humans from around the world, who are also captured. These seven people are said to be best killers on Earth.
One of the captured humans is Cuchillo, a Mexican-American enforcer from a drug cartel with "twin Uzis strapped to his back". This character reportedly will be played by Danny Trejo. Then, there is Nikolai, a Russian with a rotary machine gun. Isabelle, a French woman armed with a sniper rifle; Stans, a prisoner from San Quentin; Mombasa, an African member of the Sierra Leone squad; Hanzo, a Japanese Yakuza enforcer; and Edwin, a man formerly on the FBI's most wanted list.
To be directed by "Vacancy" helmer Nimrod Antal, "Predators" is said to offer "a bold new chapter in the Predator universe". The story allegedly will deal with a very intense group of people stranded on a Predator planet discovering unspeakable horrors that are not always from outside their group. 20th Century Fox eyes to release the film on July 7, 2010.