In a few weeks, the movie Monster Hunter, one of the most important tapes based on video games, will be released. The film will be hot and take advantage of the franchise universe to present an original story. The world of Monster Hunter is very large, so in terms of creation – and in terms of popularity – there are plenty of possibilities to exploit the franchise with more adaptations, and precisely the director of the first film is already thinking about the sequels.
In an interview published in the latest issue of Total Film magazine (via GamesRadar), Paul WS Aderson, Monster Hunter director of film adaptation of Monster Hunter, revealed that he already has plans for more films in the series.
“There are hundreds of monsters [en el juego]. I can only use 5 or 6 in the movie. So it’s a big, fun world that I think we’re just starting to scratch the surface of, ”Anderson said.
In case you missed it: for this reason, the protagonist of the movie Monster Hunter is human.
Anserson is already planning to expand the world of Monster Hunter
In case you didn’t know, Anderson has the film rights to Monster Hunter, besides being a fan, and in the interview he confessed that he had worked on the show for 11 years and said that the creatures were made “in a higher level of detail than anything else in Jurassic World. “
In the same interview, his wife, actress Milla Jovovich, who will star in the film, also raised the possibility of seeing more films in the series and her statements were very interesting, as they revealed that Anderson “writes already ”something based in the world of cinema.
“We would really like to do another [película]. Hope people love it because I know Paul would love to do a sequel. I mean, he’s already writing something… ”Jovovich commented.
We remind you that Anderson worked closely with Kaname Fujioka, director of the franchise, so you can be sure he will have the approval of Capcom.
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