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The Weekly Wrap: Monster Hunter Set For 2020

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The Milla Jovovich video game adaptation, Monster Hunter has been confirmed for a 2020 release by Sony. 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. Monster Hunter is directed by Paul W.S. Anderson and also stars Tony Jaa, Ron Perlman, Meagan Good and rapper-turned-actor T.I. The game Monster Hunter was first released in 2004 first title, which was released in 2004 on the PlayStation 2.

What We Do In The Shadows First Look
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FX has released the first trailer for its new vampire series, What We Do in the Shadows. The series, which is based off the film from Jemaine Clement and Taika Waititi, focuses on the modern lives of four vampires who have been roommates in Staten Island. The series will follow three immortal vampires – Nandor, Lazlo and Nadja – and how they navigate life in the modern era whilst struggling with the pitfalls of their blood lust and immortality. The ten-episode series is set to premiere on FX in March this year.

Avengers: Endgame Runtime Revealed
infinity_war_2The next instalment of the Avengers and likely the last with the original crew will culminate this April and fans looking to experience this chapter will need to go easy on their sodas. In a recent interview, Directors, Joe and Anthony Russo confirmed that Avengers: Endgame is currently sitting at the three-hour mark. Still, the film is still in the final editing stage at the moment and it could come up shorter than 180 minutes, despite it being a culmination of over twenty movies. In comparison, Infinity War ran at 2 hours 40 minutes, so a three hour romp for Endgame is more than likely.

Paramount Scraps World War Z 2
World_War_Z_2It looks like the David Fincher and Brad Pitt zombie sequel World War Z 2 is officially done for. It was recently announced that Paramount Pictures has pulled the plug on the long-gestating sequel over budget concerns. The first film was produced at USD190 million, so one wonders what the sequel would have cost Paramount. Production on the zombie sequel was due to start in summer 2019 but for now, it looks like it is back to the drawing board for World War Z 2.

Guardians of the Galaxy 3 Is Using James Gunn’s Script
guardians_setDespite being fired by Disney, James Gunn will still have his finger prints all over the next instalment of the Guardians of the Galaxy, if it ever gets made that is. Chris Pratt made the revelation during a recent interview on MTV, claiming Gunn’s script is in play and that it is very good. The sequel was due to begin production this year but now Disney hasn’t found a replacement for the director’s chair as yet. Although there was a call from fans and the cast to rehire Gunn, Disney stood firm on its decision and the director has since moved on to direct the Suicide Squad sequel for Warner Bros.

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