‘Predator 5’ Casts Native American Actress Amber Midthunder In Lead Role

May 23, 2021

Written by Kelli Marchman McNeely

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20th Century Fox is gearing up to begin filming on the next chapter of the Predator franchise. Today we’ve learned via Discussing Films that the film has found its lead, Native American actress Amber Midthunder, who has starred in  “Legion” andRoswell”.
Midthunder’s character is described as a “rebellious Comanche teen. She has a close relationship with her brother. He is our second lead, the 18-year old Taabe, whose name means “sun”. Kee is a truth-teller who sees what others don’t, as she guides her brother, who is expected to become Chief one day. After a successful hunt, he believes he has come of age and no longer requires his sister’s help, which creates a rift between them. She decides to set out and prove that she is just as capable as the others. She aims to defy the rules set by the masculine world of the Comanche.”
With the working title of Predator 5, the movie is set to begin production in Calgary soon with Dan Trachtenberg (10 Cloverfield Lane) in the director’s chair.

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