Another box office dud is incoming, as it’s learned Disney’s planned Predator 5 movie will be woke as hell.
Details are emerging about Predator 5, which Disney now owns the rights to following the purchase of Fox Studios, as the flick will feature a female lead “who goes against gender norms and traditions to become a warrior.”
The info comes from the Aliens and Predator fansite, AVPGalaxy, who spotted character descriptions for Predator 5 from a casting call, which they followed up with exclusive info about the movie.
Predator 5 character descriptions:
Regarding the character descriptions, Predator 5 is said to feature:
KEE Female; 19 years old; Comanche. Her name, “Kee”, means “no” in Comanche. A name she has earned by perpetually refusing to do as she is told her entire life. Kee is very close to her younger brother, Taabe, who is being groomed as a leader. As capable as any young man in the tribe, Kee has always been a teacher and source of inspiration for Taabe. In the Comanche way – she is “Patsi” – the elder sister that has helped to shape him. Kee is a truth teller and has insight that others do not. A tomboy, she wants to prove herself in the masculine world of the Comanche. When danger threatens them all – Kee sets out to prove that she is as capable as any young warrior.
TAABE Male; 17 years old (seeking 18 to play younger); Comanche. Taabe’s name means “Sun”, like the star in the sky – which lets you know the tribe’s expectations for him – he is being groomed to be a Chief one day. Having relied on the council of his older sister, Kee, his “Patsi” for his entire life. Taabe has just had a taste of success in one of his first big hunts. As he is coming of age and fresh off of his first triumph, he feels that he’s now a leader/in charge and no longer needs Kee – which causes the first rift in their very close relationship.
In addition, a separate casting call the site lists offers the following which is said to be a more updated description where the 19-year-old teen is now 15-years-old:
Let’s start with our rebellious girl, whose name Kee means “no”. They are looking for a 15-year-old to take on the role of 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.
Predator 5 synopsis
The exclusive info they share says director Dan Trachtenberg will start filming in a few months and will begin filming in the middle of May in Calgary, Canada. The site offers the following synopsis for Predator 5 that offers the 15-year-old teen wants to prove herself in a masculine world:
“The story will follow Kee, a Comanche woman who goes against gender norms and traditions to become a warrior. Many years ago – in a time before any Europeans had ever encroached on their lands – the Comanche people had a well defined society and gender norms. Kee is very close to her younger brother, Taabe, who is being groomed as a leader. As capable as any young man in the tribe, Kee has always been a teacher and source of inspiration for Taabe. In the Comanche way – she is Patsi – the elder sister that has helped to shape him. Kee is a truth teller and has insight that others do not. A tomboy, she wants to prove herself in the masculine world of the Comanche. When danger threatens them all – Kee sets out to prove that she is as capable as any young warrior.”.
And regarding Terminator, it’s no secret the last movie immensely bombed, so much so that the franchise might be terminated completely, due to taking a woke take on the property.
Speaking of bombs, the previous Predator also was a huge fail.
For some odd reason, Hollywood continues to push out politically correct driven drivel instead of putting out high-quality driven projects meant to make money.
It’s probably safe to say Disney’s Aliens will be just as bad.