Monster Hunter director Paul W.S. Anderson has proclaimed that the beings in the film are more detailed than the Jurassic World dinosaurs.
They are adapting the video game Monster hunter, where a handful of humans must hunt powerful beasts, therefore the special effects will be very important, since they must be as good as possible. So the words of Paul W.S. Anderson comparing the film with Jurassic World they are quite encouraging.
“All of our monsters are between 50 and 60 feet tall (between 15 and 18 meters tall). They are truly amazing. We are building them in more detail than the Jurassic World dinosaurs, ”said Paul W.S. Anderson in a recent interview. "And they look even better, because we filmed in real locations in South Africa and Namibia, which gives animators something they really agree with: real wind, real dust, real solar flare. Monsters are the only CGI thing in Monster Hunter. "
Hopefully he is right and a visual spectacle at the height of Godzilla or Jurassic World, and thus begin a huge monstrously entertaining franchise. Although for now they have not shown anything.
He also defined the film as "Lawrence of Arabia … but with monsters!".
Monster Hunter movie follows Lt. Artemis (Jovovich mile), a member of a United Nations military team. When she and her teammates find themselves lost in a world full of giant monsters, Artemis and a hunter, played by Tony JaaThey must cooperate to search for and rescue the soldiers and to get back home.
Monster Hunter recently became the last Hollywood movie to delay the release date. Previously slated to hit theaters on September 4, 2020, it will now premiere on April 23, 2021.
Directed by Paul W.S. Monster Hunter Anderson stars Milla Jovovich, Ron Perlman, T.I., Tony Jaa and Diego Boneta.
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