MONSTER HUNTER Movie Preview (2018) What to expect from the Movie

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About the Monster Hunter Movie
For Years it was reported that Resident Evil director Paul W. S. Anderson might direct a film adaptation of Monster Hunter. During the September 2016 Tokyo Game Show Capcom producer Ryozo Tsujimoto stated that a live-action Monster Hunter film is currently in development within Hollywood. Anderson and producer Jeremy Bolt, who both helped to bring Capcom’s Resident Evil game to a series of films, have obtained the rights from Capcom to adapt Monster Hunter after about five years of discussion. They foresee a series of Monster Hunter films. Anderson said he was drawn to the Monster Hunter property not only because of the series’ popularity but also for the “incredibly beautiful, immersive world they’ve created”. Anderson has already written a script, which would involve an American being dragged into the parallel universe that the Monster Hunter series is set in, learning how to fight monsters, and then having to deal with the situation when monsters cross back into the real world and start attacking, such as a final climactic battle at Los Angeles International Airport. Constantin Film has confirmed they will be producing the film, with the aim of going into production in late 2017 or early 2018


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