Paul W.S. Anderson, the writer-director behind the "Resident Evil" movies, is helming Screen Gems' adaptation of the Capcom video game.
Hip-hop artist turned actor T.I. Harris and grizzled acting vet Ron Perlman are joining Milla Jovovich in Monster Hunter, Screen Gems’ adaptation of the Capcom video game. Paul W.S. Anderson, the writer-director behind the video game adaptation franchise Resident Evil, which also starred Jovovich, his wife, is sitting behind the camera and the keyboard.
The game’s premise involves players taking on characters who track and kill monsters, leveling up with weapons and gear. The plot for the feature project is unclear, but it is known that Jovovich is playing a character named Artemis. Harris is playing Link, a sniper, while Perlman will play a man named Admiral, the leader of the Hunter’s Crew.