A lot of people got to know Amber Midthunder because of her work on The Predator: The Hunt, which might not have been finished.
talking to the colliderthe actress admitted that the exhausting routine of the film’s production, which demanded a lot of her physical part, made her think multiple times that she would not be able to complete her work on it.
amber also said that this was the “biggest responsibility ever” in his life, and celebrated the fact that he was able to finish The Predator: The Hunt.
“Yes, 100%. In many ways, I’ve never experienced anything like this. Life outside doesn’t stop either. Whatever happens in your life, as a person, you have to deal with it while you have this workload; That was the biggest responsibility I ever had.” – Said midthunder.
The Predator: The Hunt is available on Star+, and the plot follows Naru (Amber Midthunder) a Comanche woman who was raised in the shadow of some of the most legendary hunters that roam the Great Plains.
So when danger threatens her camp, she decides to protect her people.
The prey she pursues and ultimately confronts turns out to be a highly evolved alien predator with a technically advanced arsenal, resulting in a vicious and terrifying confrontation between the two adversaries,
It is worth noting that this is not the first time that the franchise has highlighted Native American culture, as the comic book series Predator: Big Gamereleased in 1992, did just that.
Dan Trachtenberg (10 Cloverfield Street) is the director, while Patrick Aisonwho has worked on projects such as Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan and treadstonetakes care of the script.