Production on the film version of Capcom’s Monster Hunter video game series is underway, with Paul W.S. Anderson (Resident Evil, Mortal Kombat) at the helm and his wife Milla Jovovich starring. Aside from some glimpses of characters in action, however, fans haven’t seen too much of what the film […]
So the Monster Hunter movie is going to be a "highly stylish big screen adaptation of the video game", huh? So in which game in the Series exactly have we seen the US-army alongside tanks and machine guns? pic.twitter.com/LbSByG7Qha
— Neko-Night (@Nightknight498) November 5, 2018
— 映画情報 オスカーノユクエ (@oscarnoyukue) November 2, 2018
The shots of the Monster Hunter movie are so faithful I could swear they’re from in-game footage. pic.twitter.com/DmL0uTfbHp
— Jim Sterling (@JimSterling) November 12, 2018
Monster Hunter: So, hey. Im a popular Japanese game series about people hunting monsters in fantasy environments to make cool armour and weapons to hunt bigger monsters. Lets be friends.
HW: Army dudes.
MH: Excuse me?
HW: White cast.
— Eclipse (@PossiblyGod_) November 12, 2018
First image from Hollywood's Monster Hunter movie set. pic.twitter.com/gBNix2q0tP
— Daniel Ahmad (@ZhugeEX) November 12, 2018
I'll never understand why Hollywood takes a franchise to adapt, and then completely butchers it. Because then it becomes an entirely new I.P., and not an adaptation. Still hope it turns out to be a fun movie, but it won't be a proper #MonsterHunter adaptation. Which is a shame. https://t.co/WzYByCTFGH
— Sue DeNimm (@SecretOfNimm) November 12, 2018
It seems like the Monster Hunter Live Action movie adaptation is going to be about as faithful as the Super Mario Bros. movie was.
— Stealth (@Stealth___) November 12, 2018
All of Twitter when the Detective Pikachu movie looks good and the Monster Hunter movie looks like hot garbage: pic.twitter.com/nDD4P3Bura
— Steve Orillion, Esq (@Captain_Quench) November 12, 2018