This is no joking matter, but it’s certain that Keegan-Michael Key could create a good one off comedy skit of Shane Black’s The Predator–that is if Key and comedy partner Peele were to reprise their Comedy Central roles. The day Key’s Luther stepped down as President Obama’s anger translator; he stepped into his next role.
The Key & Peele creator and star is the latest actor to enlist for Black Key’s casting comes on the heels of Moonlight standout Trevante Rhodes being cast, as the duo join Boyd Holbrook (Narcos) and Olivia Munn (X-Men: Apocalypse).
In Black’s “inventive sequel” of the Arnold Schwarzenegger classic, The Predator moves from the jungles to the suburbs. This sounds like the premise for a comedy bit.
Let the jokes begin.
Fox has slated “The Predator” for a Feb. 9, 2018 opening.
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