COMIC-CON 2013: Hunt the ‘Predator’ Challenge Details Revealed

Fans can only pre-order the ‘Predator 3D’ Blu-ray at the Fox Comic-Con 2013 booth (#3528) and get a limited-edition figurine featuring your severed head.

Nothing like it has ever been at Comic-Con before... Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment is bringing an iconic franchise to San Diego as Predator hunts for prey on the convention floor.

In a first-of-its-kind activation at Comic-Con, fans can enter booth #3528 and have their photo taken with state of the art cameras courtesy of 3D Systems. Their image will then be used to make them the victim as a customized figurine is created using 3D Systems 3D printing technology that features the Predator alien holding the fans' severed head!

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The figurine is only available to fans that purchase the Predator Blu-ray 3D, available exclusively for pre-order at Comic-Con and packaged in a limited edition Predator head for $129.99. Fans can also receive the figurine with the purchase of a "headless" Blu-ray 3D for $49.99.

Additionally fans will get a first look at the all-new 3D transfer of the film before it arrives on Blu-ray 3D later this year as they enter the jungle that is ruled by the ultimate warrior that came from another planet.

Attendees can also participate in the "Hunt the Predator" challenge. Fans who find the Predator, take a photo and upload it to their social networks with the official hashtag "#HUNTthePREDATOR" will be entered to receive a front of the line pass at the Predator 3D booth for an exclusive 3D printed figurine.

The Predator Blu-ray 3D will be shipped to all those that pre-order at Comic-Con when it is officially released in December. The custom figurine will be shipped following the convention.

Predator was released June 12th, 1987 and stars Arnold Schwarzenegger, Carl Weathers, Elpidia Carrillo, Bill Duke, Jesse Ventura, Sonny Landham, Richard Chaves, R.G. Armstrong. The film is directed by John McTiernan.

Sources: Fox Home Entertainment

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Comments (3)

  1. Bane5000

    Damn, I was hoping it was about another film in the franchise...Fooled me again FOX, fooled me again :-/

    2 years agoby @bane5000Flag

  2. Mr.K

    So that's it. After 3 painful years of waiting, rather than announcing something big or huge for Predator, you corporate dipsh*ts announce a pointless Blu-Ray 3D release of Predator. It's official, Fox is now the Capcom, Microsoft and EA of the movie industry. They don't care for the fans.

    2 years agoby @mr-kFlag

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