PG-13 | | Action, Horror, Sci-Fi
During an archaeological expedition on Bouvetøya Island in Antarctica, a team of archaeologists and other scientists find themselves caught up in a battle between the two legends. Soon, the team realize that only one species can win.
Screenwriter Shane Salerno was the last writer and "closer" on this movie. He worked on the film for fifteen months, including prior to production, through filming in Prague, and all the way through post-production, without receiving the co-screenplay by credit ... ...
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(at around 29 mins) When the expedition first reaches the hidden pyramid, one of the characters examines the wall markings after rubbing away the cobwebs from the stone. Are there any spiders that thrive 2000 feet below sea level in Antarctica? Spiders and other arachnids have been known to survive in extremely hostile environments, including at high altitudes, in climates of intense cold and where food supply appears to be scarce. The climate inside the pyramid was warm enough that the humans' breath did not condense. Other survival factors may have been present. Also, the material may have not been spider webs, but strings of dust and particles accumulated over time.
Since the film has no opening credits, the end credits begin with an extended primary credits sequence. This sequence is shown over close-ups of various aspects of the Predator pyramid interior.
$38,291,056 (USA) (15 August 2004)
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