Hey, video games lover out there!
Here we are back again with good news for you all. The trailer of “Monster Hunter”, directed and co-written by Paul W.S. Anderson along with Capcom’s Kaname Fujioka, has been released and the movie is adapted by the video game of the same name which was released a few weeks ago.
From the trailer, it is easily understood that the movie date is finally pushed up from 21 April 2021 to December 2020. The shooting of the movie was officially started on 5 October 2018 and ended on 19 December 2018 in Cape Town of South Africa.
Casts of the movie:
Milia Jovovich is going to play the lead role of protagonist Captain Natalie Artemis and Tony Jaa is also playing the role of The Hunter. Other supporting casts are going to be Meagan Good, Jin Au-Yeung, and Diego Boneta.
The plot of the movie:
“Monster Hunter” is the fiction fantasy upcoming movie that is going to revolve around the story of Lt. Artemis and her soldiers who are moved into the new world and there, they are involved in the battle against the powerful enemies with incredible powers.
It is expected that the movie is going to get released into US theatres just like other movies- The New Mutants and Unhinged.
Now since it has been confirmed that the movie is going to get released in December 2020, so the idea of adapting a video game into a movie is seeming quite fascinating. And it is very sure of the fact that fans are going to enjoy the movie in the theatre too. As Sony is going to premiere its movie in the coming time, it is expected that it will come up with some more stuff in the future too.
Considering that we wil certainly be keen to watch the release, how about you?
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