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AvP is not canon. From here: the promotional website Weyland Industries retconned the AvP movies from the canon by having Peter Weyland (Guy Pearce, pictured below) as the founder of Weyland Corp, as opposed to having AVP's Charles Bishop Weyland (Lance Henriksen) as the founder of Weyland Industries. Ridley Scott also doesn't consider AvP a part of the ...


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In films there is no mention of Female Predators (Yautja), but in extended canon there are female predators: From wikia: Reproduction: The subject of Yautja reproduction is not touched upon in the slightest within the films, there are many members of the species seen but none blatantly female by human standards. Alien vs. Predator: Prey: ...


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It's not a war. Predators hunt xeno because they like hunting. In the first issue of Aliens vs. Predator we can see that predators keep queen and then send her egg to different planets (chosen by predator) to create hunting ground. Because of the constant change in settings between movies and comics we can only assume that Predators been hunting for ...


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First of all, the main point to consider is that the Alien (and later Alien/Predator) universe is not an entirely pre-thought and consistently grown universe, with the stories well tied into each other. There were different producers, directors and story-tellers taking turns on the story and including additional stuff (like the merge with the Predator-...


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The first three Predator movies reference Alien or AvP only in a sense that there is the Xenomorph skull in the trophy case in Predator 2. However, the upcoming movie The Predator (released in September 2018) will reference at least some of the things in the AvP movies. In the trailer, there is a mask worn by one of the young blood Predators in AvP. What is ...


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