The Predator underwent various changes over its post-production process including a couple rounds of test-screenings and reshoots. One of the biggest changes was the scenes with Emissary Predators, they were working with the human characters and spotted on set operating a military vehicle alongside the rag-tag leads.
HN Entertainment previously covered those scenes in this video below.
Now, Predator actor Kyle Strauts has mentioned on his Twitter account that there is a possibility that those deleted scenes will make their way onto the home release of the film.
Also be sure to pick up the DVD . Supposedly they are putting the Emissary cut scenes in the Bonus Features. 😘
— kyle strauts (@geno604) November 5, 2018
The Predator didn’t exactly make the impact at the box office that 20th Century Fox had hoped and there still is a question of what the future holds for the franchise after that hiccup.
However, the home video release adding deleted scenes could explore a version of the film that could have been. 20th Century Fox has set the home release on December 18th and digital on November 27th.
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SOURCE: KYLE STRAUTS