The Movie Version Of Monster Hunter Release Date Postponed To 2021
The release date of the movie based on Monster Hunter with Mila Jovovich starring was moved to April 23, 2021, according to Deadline. Previously, the release was scheduled on September 4, 2020.
The media suggests that the postponement of the release date of Monster Hunter has two reasons. First, on September 4, the release of the second part of "a quiet place" will take place — this is a strong competitor since the first film collected $340 million at the box office with a budget of $17 million. Second, because of the increasing number of people infected with coronavirus in the United States. According to Reuters, on July 11, 69 thousand infected citizens were detected in the States. Because of this, the country's authorities may again declare a quarantine.
Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti also spoke about the return of restrictions. He is ready to declare a month of quarantine in the city due to the deterioration of the situation. Because of this, as journalists suggest, the release dates of Christopher Nolan's "Argument" and "Mulan" will also shift.