When we caught up with Alice Braga at the Repo Men Junket in NYC last week, we couldn't help but talk a bit about the Robert Rodriguez produced, Nimród Antal directed Predators reboot. Braga talked a bit about her experiences on set, how dark the film gets and whether she thinks the film will go PG-13 or R.
Has Predators wrapped?
Yeah, we wrapped in the second week of January.
How did that go, as an experience?
It was great, it was really nice. A lot of running around, running for my life, as fast as I can. A great cast and crew and the photography, Gyula Pados is the photographer, is amazing. I think it's going to look really nice and the new Predators are dark. They are really, really scary. So I think the fans are really going to be happy with it. I hope so. And the director Nimród Antal, he's a fan of the Predator films, so it's like a fan directing this -- like a kid on set, and having that energy was very special. I wish I could tell you more.
Is it going to be as R-Rated as Repo Men or is it PG-13?
I don't know that; that's a good question. I think they might try to do PG-13, but I'm not sure. I'm not sure, I hope not actually. You know what? I think they cannot because there are some dark scenes in it, like any other of these types of films. So I think it's going to be R. But going back to the question [about] editing, we never know what's going to happen. But it looks really dark and really nice, I think. I had fun.
Is there a possibility maybe for pulling out your own franchise out of the Predators movie?
I don't know, I would love to! But I have no idea. I think it's – I'm totally open for anything. People are asking me, “What types of films do you want to make?” I want to make films. I truly like them, I love them so much. I have a blast when I'm outside, it seems like I'm a kid. I think if it comes up, definitely I would love to do more action and more stuff. I think I'm open for any type of action movie.