Retard you movie Monster Hunter – IGN


Sony Pictures has postponed its next Monster Hunter movie to next year. Monster Hunter, a film based on the hit game from Capcom, was originally scheduled to hit theaters in just a few months on September 4, but a change today in Sony Pictures’ national calendar indicates that the film has been pushed back to April 23, 2021. As for the reason why the film was delayed, Sony Pictures has not yet said, but this is likely due to the COVID pandemic -19 in progress, the reason behind a number of delays in the film and television industry this year.Paul WS Anderson is the director of Monster Hunter and this is not his first try in a film based on a Capcom game. He is also the director of many Resident Evil films from these games. Anderson is not the only former Resident Evil to be involved in this film, as the star of the Resident Evil films, Milla Jovovich, is set to star in Monster Hunter. Jovovich plays Natalie Artimis, the leader of a group of soldiers who is transported of his world in that of Monster Hunter video games. Artimis de Jovovich teams up with The Hunter to finally hunt monsters. The hunter is played by Tony Jaa and his boss is someone known as Admiral, a character played by Ron Perlman. The character of Admiral Perlman has not yet been revealed beyond his name.While this story is new to fans of the game series, Anderson has already stated that the game’s weapons, armor and monsters will be in the film.While waiting for Monster Hunter, discover Jovovich using his Slinger, an emblematic weapon of the game that she showed on Twitter in response to the reactions of fans against the film. After that, take a look at the IGN list of the 12 details from the Monster Hunter movie that we have already discovered.
Wesley LeBlanc is a freelance writer and guide for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter @LeBlancWes.


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