The Milla Jovovich and Tony Jaa fantasy adventure, Monster Hunter has been completed but unfortunately, we have to wait till next year to see it in cinemas. Director, Paul W.S. Anderson is directing the video game adaptation, which revolves around a team of hunters who are tasked to eliminate several fearsome beasts.
Jovovich and Jaa are leading the charge for this fantasy flick with Ron Perlman, TI and Diego Boneta in supporting roles. The production has been filming across the world in South Africa and Namibia. The film was originally scheduled to be released in September, but due to the ongoing Coronavirus Pandemic, the film will now shift to April 2021 instead.
The film, based on the hit game series, tells the story of a group of soldiers who wind up in a strange world where they need to battle giant monsters across multiple landscapes. The game Monster Hunter was first released in 2004 first title, which was released in 2004 on the PlayStation 2.