Like a bolt from the blue, Netflix announced with a trailer the exit date of the his movie of Monster Hunter, subtitled for the occasion Legends of the Guild. The CGI animated feature film, inserted in the “anime” category given the Japanese origin of the franchise, promises to avoid slips right now.
We allude toother film adaptation of the historic IP of Capcom. Milla Jovovich is no stranger to the eastern publisher given her frequent roles in Resident Evil, but in the case of monster hunting, not everyone took the artistic freedoms of adaptation well. We, for our part, have reviewed it.
The fidelity to the source material, as evidenced by the trailer, seems instead a priority for Monster Hunter: Legends of the Guild, and the release date is not far off for the Netflix movie. There is talk of a little less than a month of waiting: on August 12th we will be able to draw our own conclusions, but for now the tones seem very similar to the video game.
According to the official synopsis, the film is set in a world where humans and scary monsters live in a difficult balance. The young monster hunter Aiden he will have to fight to save his village from destruction when an ancient and mighty dragon sets its sights on you.
Produced by Pure Imagination Studios Under direct supervision from Capcom, the feature winks at fans almost every moment of the trailer. In particular, one of the comic shoulders of the film will be, without the compromises necessary for the scrolling of a live action film, a felyne.
The appointment is for August 12, and we will not fail to let you have one review as soon as possible. Already, however, it seems that Netflix has found the right combination of tones to really meet the needs of every possible age target.