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Watch Milla Jovovich Go Head to Head With a Rathalos in This Monster Hunter Clip

From the wild world of Monster Hunter.

From the wild world of Monster Hunter.
Picture: Sony Footage

Paul W.S. Anderson is sweet at one factor: making self-indulgent online game motion pictures with fairly huge cult followings. Monster Hunter appears to be following go well with. Throughout a brand new panel at New York Comedian-Con 2020, Anderson confirmed as much as speak about his movies and share what all of us wish to see: some monster fightin’.

Through the panel, speaking to Polygon’s Matt Patches, Anderson mentioned the method of capturing the movie, which included a jet-setting capturing tour round Africa to seize sweeping vistas worthy of the hanging pure paradises of the sport collection, a shoot that concerned heavy use of sensible results to offset the absolutely digital monsters. The monsters, in fact, are nonetheless the star of the present, created over painstaking months of digital creation. These monsters, Anderson mentioned, have been the spine of his curiosity within the collection. And far effort was made for these monsters to be genuine to the video games, too, to the purpose of getting suggestions on particular animations from the sport’s builders.

Talking of which: Anderson additionally premiered a hanging new clip of one of many film’s monsters, which is straight tailored from the sport. In it, Milla Jovovich’s crew has an encounter with a Higher Rathalos, one of many Monster Hunter world’s most intimidating, and most deadly, creatures. It doesn’t go effectively. To face it, she’s going to have to satisfy up with the film’s different huge star: Giant Sword.

You possibly can try the clip, and the remainder of the panel, under. There’s loads of speaking about Anderson’s different movies, too, if you happen to’re into that.

Monster Hunter is due out this December.


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Julie Muncy on io9, shared by Alyse Stanley to Gizmodo