Disney+: Important for all dog lovers! Here’s what you need to know about Prey
With “Prey” has Disney+ recently added the prequel to the action classic “Predator”. Instead of a muscular Arnold Schwarzenegger, viewers now see the young Comanche warrior Naru.
However, she does not have to face the fight against the extraterrestrial villain alone, but has an animal companion. The should especially the dog fans of Disney+ inspire. But there is something that dog lovers should know.
Disney+: Dog fans get their money’s worth with “Prey”.
“Marley and I”, “I am Legend” or “John Wick” are just a few of the films that dog fans have to be very strong in. If the joy about the animal companion was just huge, shortly afterwards there was an embarrassed silence when the dog dies in the film.
This is Disney+:
- The streaming service has been online since November 12, 2019
- Disney+ currently has 118.1 million subscribers – making it the third largest streaming provider in the world (as of 2021). In the meantime he has various films and series in his own production to offer
- The costs for a subscription are 8.99 euros per month or 89.90 euros per year
And “Prey” should also make film fans tremble while watching. After all, there are various scenes in which “Sarii” can only just escape death.
Disney+: Attention spoilers! THIS happens to dog Sarii in “Prey”
This dog is a true friend as written in the script. Sarii understands hand signals and commands and never fails to disobey.
Naru’s companion animal is so lovable and helpful at the same time that it is reasonable to assume that Sarii dies in an ugly incident at the end of the film. But there is an all clear! Dog fans can be happy, because fortunately Sarii is spared a fate like that of “I am Legend”.
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If you find it difficult to deal with the death of dogs in films and want to know whether the dog dies or survives, it is worth taking a look at the website “Does the Dog die“. Here you can save yourself the nerve stress even before you watch.
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