Monster Hunter Movie's Storyline Will Differ From the Original Game
Today we collect some details about this highly-anticipated film. Let's check it out!
Anderson will once again team with VFX studio Mr. X, who he collaborated with on the Resident Evil films. This will help Monster Hunter stay at a mid-range budget of around $50 million, much like what the Resident Evil movies cost.
The Storyline is quite different from the original game. In the movie, for every Monster, there is a Hero. An ordinary man in a dead end job discovers that he is actually the descendant of an ancient hero. He must travel to a mystical world to train to become a Monster Hunter, before the mythical creatures from that world destroy human being.
Anderson decides to make the film into two parts, and plan to shoot in either China or South Africa. He sees this as a franchise, which starts in the real world and then goes into the Monster Hunter universe, and then comes back to reality for the finale.If the movie is successful like Resident Evil, there will be more sequels