It appears to be like like manufacturing is below method for Resident Evil director Paul W.S. Anderson’s Monster Hunter film. Not solely has a latest interview with Slash Movie revealed a couple of new particulars in regards to the film, however lead actress Millia Jovovich has additionally posted photographs from the shoot, which has taken place in each South Africa and Namibia.
As beforehand revealed, the story of the Monster Hunter movie takes a couple of liberties with the supply materials. Particularly, the film is initially set in the actual world, however occasions result in a group of troopers someway ending up within the Monster Hunter universe. The photographs, which Jovovich posted to her Instagram profile, present “Alpha Workforce” lined up in entrance of a machine gun-laden car.
Within the interview with Slash Movie, Anderson revealed that the notorious kitty sidekick, the Palico from Monster Hunter: World, might be making an look within the film. When requested about whether or not or not the movie would characteristic unique characters, the director responded with the next quote:
“No, the film has lots of characters from the online game in it. There’s The Handler and Admiral, Aiden, Aiden’s Handler. We needed Palico. It’s very a lot a film of the online game, however in Monster Hunter you get to create your personal character while you go in there. You don’t get to play Lara Craft or Jill Valentine. You get to play your personal creation, and there’s positively a component of that in there. Among the main characters might be recent characters however that’s a mirrored image of what the online game is. It’s positively a film that’s firmly and totally entrenched on the earth of the online game, as you’ll anticipate with me having labored with Capcom for 9 years on adapting it and bringing it to the display screen.”
Additionally fascinating there’s the tidbit on the finish about engaged on bringing Monster Hunter to movie for 9 years.
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