Garey Busey's chit chat on the set is not canon.Dutch is alive and should be involved in the next sequel.Makes "Predator" means something again.munson said:His character should be left how it is. If you watch the behind the scene's sections from "Predator 2", I believe that Agent Peter Keys [played by Gary Busey] even said the character died not too long after the first encounter with the Predator.
If he reprises his Dutch character, he'd do more damage to the franchise then help it. Arnold was just one part of something bigger, the same way that Danny Glover was a part of P2. To me, a reason why Predator and Predator 2 were great is that they seemed "real". It's not to far fetched that a Special Ops team was doing some undercover work on the wrong side of the lines. It's not too far fetched to see the storyline in P2 could've been real as well...gang wars, Government agencies, etc... That's what made it interesting. It wasn't too out of the realm of reality.PredatorSpirit said:Garey Busey's chit chat on the set is not canon.Dutch is alive and should be involved in the next sequel.Makes "Predator" means something again.
I'll add to that.... In 'Predators'... Isabelle, the Israeli Sniper, was able to tell Brody all about " a team back in 1987..."....etc... so Dutch must have been debriefed like ****, and somehow, it's become common knowledge in select military circles around the globe of the events in the first movie.Estelle said:If they decided to bring Dutch back, I’m afraid there’s only a limited role his character could hold.
( ..or should hold, at least IMO) He’s not going to be the same gun-ho, ass-kicking, save-the day Dutch we seen in P1. I see him taking on the part of an “informant” somewhat. Someone who’s able to shed some light and detail on the Predator by way of his personal experience. He could possibly advise a team on what exactly it is they are dealing with, anything beyond that pretty much loses it’s aspect of believability.