‘Monster Hunter’ Video Game Adaptation With Milla Jovovich Moves Back to April 2021

‘Monster Hunter’ Video Game Adaptation With Milla Jovovich Moves Back to April 2021
Monster Hunter,” a Paul W.S. Anderson film based on the Capcom video game franchise and starring Milla Jovovich, has had its release pushed back by Sony and Screen Gems to April 2021.

Monster Hunter” was meant to open Sept. 4, 2020, but will now hit theaters on April 23, 2021. The film now opens the same day as Edgar Wright’s “Last Night in Soho.”

Jovovich reunites with her “Resident Evil” director Anderson in “Monster Hunter” and stars with Tony Jaa, T.I. and Ron Perlman.

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In the film, Jovovich plays Artemis, a lieutenant who, along with her loyal soldiers, is forced to fight for survival when they are dropped onto a dangerous new world crawling with massive monsters with incredible powers.

The game franchise dates back to 2004 with the original “Monster Hunter” on the PlayStation 2. In it, players are required to hunt, slay and
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