After filming for the past two months in South Africa and Namibia, principal photography on Paul W.S Anderson's adaptation of the popular Capcom video game franchise Monster Hunter has officially wrapped. by Sam Stone
Star Milla Jovovich announced the end of filming in a post on her Instagram account, sharing behind-the-scenes photos of the African filming locations alongside director and spouse Paul W.S. Anderson and co-star Tony Jaa.
An adaptation of the monster-slaying action RPG Monster Hunter was first optioned in 2012 before moving into active development in 2016. The upcoming film is produced by Constantin Films, the same studio that worked with Anderson and Jovovich on the Resident Evil film series. While no release date for the film has been announced, it will reportedly feature a United Nations military squad that accidentally falls into an alternate dimension and fights the behemoths to prevent them from invading Earth.