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  • The Predator: The Art & Making Of The Film (Hardcover)

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    Universe: Predator
    Author: James Nolan
    Published by: Titan Books

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Product Description

Official companion book to the blockbuster sci-fi movie from Shane Black, containing stunning concept art and behind-the-scenes photography from the filming process.

Witness the return of one of the most formidable movie monsters of all time as director Shane Black brings The Predator to the world’s cinema screens.

This official companion book provides a unique look at the making of the movie, including fascinating detail on all the major aspects of production such as stunt work, production design, visual effects, costumes and props.

Interviews with the cast and crew highlight the evolution of the story and the challenges faced while bringing an incredible new chapter in this blockbuster franchise to life.

Captivating concept art and onset photography reveal the creative processes behind the creatures, the technology and the breathtaking action set pieces that feature in this

long-awaited new movie.

This book is a must-have for all Predator fans!

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Binding
  • Hardback
Cat. No.
  • 4320012
EAN
  • 9781785657016
ISBN
  • 9781785657016