Warning: There will be spoilers for Prey!
POV: Prey has just been released from Hulu. You're able to breathe a sigh of relief that star Amber Midthunder and her adorable dog stayed alive, while that old Predator alien got the decapitation it deserved. After all, it's a happy ending, right?
The predator franchise began with the 1987 film Predator, which is now being reimagined as a standalone narrative. But the Prey credits sequence will delight viewers.
Will there be a Prey 2? What does the future hold for Predator movies? Here's what we've learned thus far.
Is there a Prey end credits scene?
There isn't a Prey mid-credits or Prey end-credits scene, although there is a hint for those who want to see more stories, such as a hand-drawn stick figure that summarizes Naru's adventures in the mountain lion.
The final image is a stick drawing of a scene from the film that we did not see in the film: The characters in the film are turning and facing two dangerous, dangerous space ships that appear in the sky, indicating that the Narus conflict is not over, and that her community will soon face a whole shipload of Predators.
Will there be a Prey 2 or another Predator movie?
At this time, there is no official announcement regarding Prey 2 or a future Predator film. However, Trachtenberg, at least, seems intent on continuing the story.
Dan Trachtenberg, the director of Sci-Fi and Fantasy Gazette, commented on the credits teasers, saying, "We have some storytelling within our end credits." It opens the way for many different kinds of sequels. I'm not sure if we're ready yet to say what we'll do next, but I believe there are a lot of opportunities."
Trachtenberg elaborated on a number of exciting possibilities for the franchise in a previous interview with Time Out. The things that fascinate me are the boldest swings, and I think there is scope to do other things that haven't been done before.
Even if Naru's tale doesn't continue, we're certain that this will not be the last time you see Predator on screen. After all, he's been around for over 30 years. Why should you wait until this happens?