Tony Jaa Teaches Milla Jovovich a Valuable Lesson in Latest Trailer for MONSTER HUNTER

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Tony Jaa Teaches Milla Jovovich a Valuable Lesson in Latest Trailer for MONSTER HUNTER

The team at Constantin Film has shared a never-before-seen trailer for the Monster Hunter flick, giving us a chance to learn more about Palico, everyone's favourite companion / excellent cook / anthropomorphic cat. 

That's right, Palico will play a role in Monster Hunter, and there's a chance that director Paul W. S. Anderson's (Alien vs. Predator, Resident Evil: The Final Chapter) original take on the fan-favourite character will satisfy the community, as the sneaky creature (at the very least) looks almost exactly like his video game counterpart.

The newly released video also shines a new light on some of the terrifying monsters Artemis and her crew will face during their great journey, including a giant Diablos, Nerscylla, Apceros, and a powerful Rathalos.

Although the COVID-19 pandemic still is a huge problem in the US and Europe — including the biggest film markets like the UK, France, Spain, Poland, Germany, Italy, and Russia — Constantin Film, Sony Pictures, and Tencent are committed to release Monster Hunter in theaters all around the world on December 30, 2020.

Be sure to take a closer look at the new trailer for the adaptation of Capcom's Monster Hunter down below:


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