Alien and PredatorIt’s always nice to see old rivals bury the hatchet. I’m pleased to announce that recently released photographs courtesy of London’s Sky News indicate that the venerable Predator and the voracious Alien have finally patched up the differences and are making nice.

The two made individual names for themselves terrorizing humanity before setting their sights on each other and battling through two films, spraying green blood and acid all over the cinema screens. Fans cheered on these gladiators with impressive box office and DVD rental numbers.

But today marks a new day in history for the two species as they move forward as friends, rather than bitter rivals. The Predator will no longer attempt to skin the Alien and hang his head from a wall, nor will the Alien try to face hump and impregnate the Predator, despite how awesome that adventure generally is.

Source: Sky News

On the Side: Just kidding folks. These are some publicity photos from the DVD release of Aliens vs Predator: Requiem in London. Those two crazy kids definitely still want to kill each other.


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