Decades after taking on Arnie and Aliens, the least peaceful dreadlocked being the world has ever known could be about to land itself a brand new movie.
Don't beat yourself up if you weren't aware of a new Predator quietly germinating though, very little has been made official about the potential revival apart from a few obscure insider quotes, but today everything changed.
A new image has sprung out of nowhere on Facebook which reveals what could be a title and appears to be teasing a big announcement, check it out below:
The image is also captioned with the phrase, "Here we go again, bro," in reference to a line of dialogue from the original 1987 Predator movie starring Arnie and directed by John McTieran.
The new film is co-written by Shane Black and Fred Dekkar, who have a pretty slamming track record. Black worked on a section of the original Predator movie (along with appearing in it as Hawkins) and he slammed action movies out of the park when he penned Lethal Weapon. He also scribed Kiss Kiss Bang Bang and directed Iron Man 3, which many agree was a vast improvement from Iron Man 2.
Dekkar is best known for directing Night of the Creeps and The Monster Squad, the latter of which he wrote with Shane Black, proving they already have potential as writing partners.
The script was already handed into the studio a few months ago, but since then everything has been quiet until this image, so hopefully we will be getting a big announcement soon.
Keep your ears to the ground, people!
Would you welcome a new 'Predator' movie?