'Predator' prequel 'Prey' pulls audiences back to the Comanche tribe 300 years ago

20th Century Studios and Hulu dropped the first full trailer

for its "Predator" prequel, "Prey." The movie will be the first ever

dubbed and subtitled in Comanche language, with a cast almost fully comprised of Native and First Nation talent.

20th Century Studios have just given their upcoming Predator prequel, Prey, an official release date of August 5.

The film is skipping a theatrical run and will be available to stream exclusively on Hulu. In Latin America,

the film will be released by Star+, and by Disney+ in all other territories.

Prey is set three hundred years before the rest of the Predator films, in the Native American Comanche Nation,

and features a cast of almost entirely Native and First Native

actors, including Amber Midthunder, Dakota Beavers, Stormee Kipp, Michelle Thrush, and Julian Black Antelope.