Monster Hunter Movie Set Reveals First Look At Sergeant Marshall
With the upcoming Monster Hunter movie adaptation finally entering production, some exciting details have begun to trickle out from the South Africa based set. Just recently, Resident Evil veteran actress Milla Jovovich shared an official first look at her character, ‘Captain Artemis,’ via her Instagram account. Now, thanks to a new set photo, we also have a first look at Sergeant Marshall played by Diego Boneta.
The first look comes by way of Instagram, with Boneta sharing a photo of himself in character on the set of Monster Hunter. The photo is accompanied by the simple caption “Meet Sergeant Marshall…” Check it out below:
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To immediately address the elephant in the room, yes, that is modern rifle in the upcoming Monster Hunter movie. While this would understandably set off alarms in fans of the video game series, the weaponry shown is in keeping with what we know so far about the film. For those unfamiliar, Capcom released a statement revealing that the United Nations military somehow manages to end up on the ‘Monster Hunter World,’ which explains the high powered firearms.
In a separate statement, Capcom revealed that the movie follows “two heroes who come from different worlds to defeat a shared danger, the powerful, deadly and magnificent monsters that inhabit the land,” and that “Along the way, viewers will make new discoveries and encounter familiar faces and beloved characters from the game, like the Admiral.” In this case, the Admiral just so happens to be Ron Perlman.
Monster Hunter World is now available for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
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