Monster Hunter first fan reactions to the trailer with Resident Evil star Milla Jovovich


Monster Hunter first fan reactions to the trailer with Resident Evil star Milla Jovovich

Director Paul WS Anderson is dedicated to financial success but heavily criticized by fans Resident Evil – Film Series from Another Capcom feature film adaptation: Monster Hunter.


Anderson’s wife, actress, takes over Milla Jovovich starred in the first film based on the popular franchise. Sony has just released a very short first trailer. In it, the heroine leaves with a group of soldiers Hunting monsters and getting it with a Diablos do.

 

The trailer is not very popular with fans

The trailer shown with the first scenes of the film “Monster Hunter” appears to meet some approval of fans of the series of games . So the YouTube video only lasts 15 seconds over 300,000 views almost the same many thumbs down as up. Even in the comments on the YouTube video, the majority of viewers are not very excited about the implementation of the film.

What is the Monster Hunter movie about?

So far we know that Milla Jovovich is playing the character of Natalie Artemis as the leader of a military unit that is transported to a strange world by a sandstorm. There, she meets the mysterious Hunter (Tony Jaa) and the General (Ron Perlman). Both teach unwitting intruders everything important about hunting monsters, and explain up front that gigantic monsters cannot be fought with conventional guns.

The first scenes previously released for the action film show Milla Jovovich and Tony Jaa with a hell of a big sword in their hands looking for monsters. That’s Great Sword Bone (Bone Great Sword) game model world of Monster Hunter.

The cast includes:

  • Milla Jovovich as Artemis
  • Tony Jaa as the hunter
  • TI as a link
  • Meagan Good
  • Diego Boneta
  • Josh Helman
  • Jin au-yeung
  • Ron Perlman as Admiral
  • Jannik Schümann as Aiden
  • Hirona Yamazaki as material handler
  • Nic Rasenti as Sergeant Roark
  • Nanda Costa
  • Aaron Beelner as Palico
  • Schelaine Bennett as an officer
  • Adrián Muñoz as Hunter # 2

According to director Paul WS Anderson, the film is intended to provide a link to the video game series in terms of content, but also to innovate.

A theatrical release is planned for the end of 2020.