Monster Hunter Dual Audio

Monster Hunter Dual Audio

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Added : Mar 25, 2021
Ratings :  5.3  /

    
Rated : PG-13
Released : Dec 18, 2020
Genre : Action, Adventure, Fantasy
Length : Monster Hunter Dual Audio 103 min
Country : United States
Language : English, Hindi
Actors : Milla Jovovich, Tony Jaa, Ron Perlman, T.I., Diego Boneta, Meagan Good, Josh Helman, Jin Au-Yeung, Hirona Yamazaki, Jannik Schümann, Nanda Costa, Nic Rasenti, Clyde Berning, Paul Hampshire, Schelaine Bennett, Bart Fouche, Pope Jerrod, Aaron Beelner, Onur Besen, Adrián Muñoz
Director : Paul W.S. Anderson
Writer : Paul W.S. Anderson, Kaname Fujioka
Description : When Lt. Artemis and her loyal soldiers are transported to a new world, they engage in a desperate battle for survival against enormous enemies with incredible powers. Feature film based on the video game by Capcom.

 

In the New World where humans co-exist with a wide variety of large and savage monsters, a Hunter, a warrior trained to hunt and kill these powerful creatures, is separated from his team when their ship is attacked by the Diablos, a horned subterranean monster.

In the real world, U.S. Army Ranger Captain Natalie Artemis and her United Nations security team search for a missing team of soldiers in the desert. A sudden storm pulls them into a portal to the New World where they find the remains of the missing soldiers and their vehicles. As the Diablos approaches them, the Hunter, who is observing the group, fires a warning signal. Impervious to bullets and grenades, the Diablos attacks and kills two members of the squad.

Monster Hunter Dual Audio The survivors hide in a cave, where they are attacked by a pack of spider-like monsters called Nerscyllas. Artemis is injected with a paralyzing venom, and as the others try to save her, more Nerscyllas arrive and swarm them. Artemis wakes up in a Nerscylla lair, finding her team dead or infected with Nerscylla spawn, and escapes the lair by setting the pursuing monsters on fire. Above ground, she runs into the Hunter, and after fighting each other, they grudgingly agree to cooperate. Artemis learns that the portals are created by the Sky Tower, a structure located across the desert. To reach the Tower, the Hunter reveals they will need to kill the Diablos in order to cross the desert safely. Artemis learns how to fight using the Hunter’s unique bladed weapons and helps him set a trap for the Diablos to kill it with Nerscylla venom. Monster Hunter Dual Audio The attack is successful, with Artemis delivering the finishing blow, but the Hunter is badly wounded. Constructing a makeshift stretcher, Artemis dutifully carries him across the desert.

The pair reaches an oasis populated with herbivorous tortoise like-creatures called Apceros. When a Rathalos, a fire-breathing wyvern, flies by and causes the Apceros to stampede, Artemis and the Hunter are rescued by a group led by the Admiral. He explains that the Sky Tower was built by the first civilization to travel between worlds, using the monsters to protect it. Artemis agrees to help kill the Rathalos so she can return home.

In the ensuing battle, Artemis falls through the portal, returning to her world. The portal does not close in time, and the Rathalos emerges and begins wreaking havoc. Artemis is able to slow it down long enough for the Hunter to slip through the portal and deliver the fatal shot. Though she has the chance to stay, Artemis decides to go back to the New World and remain with the Hunters. The Admiral approaches her, just before the appearance of another flying monster; a black dragon known as Gore Magala. He notes that as long as the portal remains open, there will always be the threat that monsters will pass through to Earth. Artemis concludes that finding a way to take down the Sky Tower is now their primary objective.

In a mid-credits scene, Palico, the Admiral’s anthropomorphic cat-like companion, arrives to help fight the Gore Magala, while an ominous cloaked figure observes the battle from the top of the tower.

Cast[edit]

Milla Jovovich as Natalie Artemis, A US Army Ranger member of a United Nationsmilitary team[7], Tony Jaa as Hunter, One of many skilled warriors that fight giant monsters[8], Ron Perlman as The Admiral, The chieftain of a group of Hunters.[3], Tip T.I. Harris as Lincoln[3], Diego Boneta as Marshall, Meagan Good as Dash, Josh Helman as Steeler, Jin Au Yeung as Axe, Hirona Yamazaki as Handler, Jannik Schümann as Aiden, Nanda Costa as Lea, Nic Rasenti as Captain Roark, Aaron Beelner as Palico,

Production,

Development

In 2012, Resident Evil director Paul W. S. Anderson was then-rumored to direct a film adaptation of Monster Hunter franchise.[9] Anderson stated he had discovered the Monster Hunter series on travels to Japan around 2008 and had become a fan of the series, and considered a film adaptation as a “passion project”.[10][11] Within a couple years from his introduction to the games, Anderson said he had started discussions with Capcom about securing the rights to make the film.[12]

During the September 2016 Tokyo Game Show Capcom producer Ryozo Tsujimoto stated that a live-action Monster Hunter film was in development within Hollywood.[13] Few months later, Anderson and producer Jeremy Bolt, both who helped to bring Capcom’s Resident Evil game to a series of films, had obtained the rights from Capcom for the Monster Hunter adaption after about five years of discussion. The two anticipate a series of Monster Hunter films. Anderson said he was drawn to the Monster Hunter property, not only because of the series’ popularity, but also for the “incredibly beautiful, immersive world they’ve created”. Anderson had already penned out a script, which would involve an American being dragged into the parallel universe in which the Monster Hunter series is set, learning how to fight monsters, and then having to deal with the situation when monsters cross back into the real world and start attacking, such as a final climatic battle at Los Angeles International Airport.[14] At this stage of the script, the concept had been based on a young adult character from the real world called Lucas who was being sought as the hero to drive back the monsters from the real world to the fantasy one; in this form, the script would have explained why certain legends in the real world seemed to align with the monsters from the fantasy world. As the script developed over the intervening years, Anderson moved away from the “young adult” concept as the genre had become overused in Hollywood, and instead had developed a script based on the premises set by Avatar and Raiders of the Lost Ark.[15] Anderson said that part of the film’s inspiration was based on a crossover event in the game Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker with Monster Hunter Freedom Unite in 2010, in which a military squad briefly faced monsters from the Monster Hunter series.[16]

The film was formally announced in May 2018.[17] According to Anderson, the success of the most recent game of the series at the time, Monster Hunter: World, which was developed by Capcom in early 2018 for a worldwide release rather than a limited Japanese one, led many film distributors to seek out potential for a Monster Hunter film only to discover he has already locked up the rights.[12]

Casting

Milla Jovovich, Anderson’s spouse and past lead in his Resident Evil films, was affirmed in the starring role as Captain Artemis with the announcement of the film.[17] Anderson said that he wanted the lead character to be from outside the Monster Hunter universe as he wanted to introduce the world to the moviegoer in the same way he had experienced the games for the first time himself.[18]

Additional characters from the Monster Hunter realm are based on those from the recent Monster Hunter: World game.[18] On September 25, 2018, rapper T.I. and Ron Perlman were cast in the film, in which T.I. would play Link, a sniper, while Perlman would play Admiral, the leader of the Hunter’s Crew.[3] Tony Jaa was also cast in the film to play the male lead, The Hunter.[8] In October 2018, Diego Boneta joined the film to play a character as a communications specialist.[19] Anderson stated that while there are some novel characters in the game, reflecting on the series’ custom character creator, will include characters essential to the series, including the Handler and the Admiral. He also stated that they will not need to create any new monsters, as the series has enough variety that they will be able to pull from for the film.[10]

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