Long-Delayed MONSTER HUNTER Movie Will Now Make Its Debut on December 30, 2020
As promised, Sony Pictures has revealed the new release date for Monster Hunter, the long-delayed movie directed by the man responsible for the divisive Resident Evil film series (with the exception of RE: Extinction).
According to Deadline, Sony Pictures' Monster Hunter movie will be released in theaters on December 30.
It's worth remembering that Disney, MGM, Universal, and WB. recently decided to delay some their biggest upcoming movies to 2021 — including The Batman, No Time to Die, F9, and Black Widow — there's a big chance that Monster Hunter will either be sent straight to streaming or get a new release date down the line.
In Paul W. S. Anderson's next movie, Liutenant Artemis (Milla Jovovich) gets transported to a dangerous new planet populated with the titular monsters. Joined by her team (TI Harris, Meagan Good, Diego Boneta), she embarks on a journey to put an end to a threat that could ruin her world, and kill every beast along the way.
With Monster Hunter now arriving in theaters at the end of December, we will definitely learn a whole lot more about the Mortal Kombat director's next attempt at adapting a Capcom game series in the very near future. In the meantime, take a closer look at the first teaser trailer for the long-awaited flick down below:
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