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Monster Hunter movie director Paul W.S. Anderson recently opened up about the film in great detail. Anderson spoke about some of the finer points about the project and its creation.

After a number of Resident Evil movies, Anderson is teaming up with actress Milla Jovovich once again. Jovovich plays the role of a U.S. Army Ranger, who falls through a portal and ends up in the Monster Hunter world. Regarding the character as well as the decision to have her come from our world, Anderson explained:

Thanks to IGN, we have a proper look at the new Monster Hunter movie with a full-length trailer. View the video below.

The Monster Hunter movie will debut in December.

IGN has shared a new video for the Monster Hunter movie in which director Paul W.S. Anderson showcases his film adaptation’s versions of Diablos and Rathalos to Capcom game series’ director Kaname Fujioka and producer Ryozo Tsujimoto for their approval. View it below.

The new Monster Hunter movie will debut in December.

IGN has posted a new teaser trailer for the upcoming Monster Hunter movie. Get a look at the brief video below.

The Monster Hunter film will initially debut in December.

IGN has shared a couple of new posters for this year’s Monster Hunter movie. Milla Jovovich and Tony Jaa are featured here, who are holding the Giant Jawblade and Great Hunter’s Bow.

Those attending PAX East 2020 can pick up the posters in miniature form at the Monster Hunter Festa event taking place on Saturday, February 29.

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Monster Hunter has a brand new movie coming next year. Although we’ve yet to see much from it, a trailer did leak online not too long ago.

In an interview with Bahamut, long-time Monster Hunter developer Kaname Fujioka, who has directed the series and served other roles, was asked about the film. He said that the team “did discuss with the director and CG production team many times” and ultimately believes “the final result should probably satisfy players.” Fujioka also noted how he and other staffers at Capcom feel the director’s “respect” for the IP.

The Shanghai International Film Festival hosted the very first trailer for the upcoming Monster Hunter movie. While it hasn’t been shared online officially, the video was recorded and posted online.

Here’s the trailer:


In Asia, Toho and Tencent will be bringing the movie to movie theaters.

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Monster Hunter is officially 15 years old in Japan. In celebration of the occasion, Capcom has put together a special anniversary memorial video looking back at past entries in the series. Check it out below.

Sony Pictures has announced that the new Monster Hunter movie will debut on September 4, 2020. Milla Jovovich, Tip “T.I.” Harris, Meagan Good, Diego Boneta, Josh Helman, Jin Au-Yeung, and Ron Perlman are starring in the film.

Here’s the official synopsis:

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