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New On-Set Pics of 'Predators' Expose the Home Planet

February 17, 2010 (2:40 am) GMT
Exposing the barren jungle, some of the fresh behind-the-scenes images give a close up look at bones and fake flesh scattered around the shooting location.

Bloody Disgusting has got its hand on new behind-the-scenes images from upcoming "". The five photos give a look at the filming location, which is set to be a barren jungle, without any of the cast being captured by the camera. The barren jungle actually has been seen in the previous on-set pictures but this time there are some photos which expose bones and what looks like fake flesh scattered around the woods.

Serving as a reboot of the sci-fi franchise, "Predators" will follow a group of elite warrior-types who are being hunted by members of a race of merciless alien trackers called Predators. The production has been kicked off in September 2009 and mostly took place in Hawaii. Nimrod Antal takes the helming duty with the script provided by Alex Litvak, Michael Finch and Robert Rodriguez.

Among the cast ensemble are who plays Royce, a man who ends up inheriting the mantle of leader and is known as a hunter of men, and who portrays Isabelle, a tough female killer. The two are joined by the likes of , , and many others. 20th Century Fox eyes July 7 release date for this action thriller.

Photos have been removed as requested by Fox Corp.


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