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Next Milla Jovovich, Paul W.S. Anderson film will tackle fantasy tale from 'Game of Thrones' author and Labyrinths: The Films of Milla Jovovich and Paul WS Anderson

Next Milla Jovovich, Paul W.S. Anderson film will tackle fantasy tale from 'Game of Thrones' author and Labyrinths: The Films of Milla Jovovich and Paul WS Anderson. Labyrinths: The Films of Milla Jovovich and Paul WS Anderson and Next Milla Jovovich, Paul W.S. Anderson film will tackle fantasy tale from 'Game of Thrones' author.
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'Game of Thrones' Author's Story Getting a Movie Adaptation by 'Resident Evil' Duo Paul W.S. Anderson and Milla Jovovich

Game of Thrones author George R.R. Martin has yet another adaptation of his work on the way to the screen, he confirmed on his blog. Martin has already had two of his novels transformed into successful TV shows, and a movie based on one of his novelettes is on the way. Now, a film adaptation of his story "In the Lost Lands" is in the works as well.
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CS Video: Paul W.S. Anderson Talks Monster Hunter & Potential Future Films

CS Video: Paul W.S. Anderson talks Monster Hunter & potential future films. In time for the film’s home media release, ComingSoon.net got the opportunity to chat with writer/director Paul W.S. Anderson (Resident Evil) to discuss his latest video game-to-film adaptation, Monster Hunter, and the potential future for the action-thriller. Our interview can be viewed in the player below!
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Exclusive Interview: Paul W.S. Anderson Talks Monster Hunter, Resident Evil And Remakes

Paul W.S. Anderson’s Mortal Kombat remains a cult favorite among fans over a quarter of century later, and the filmmaker has long since established himself as the go-to guy for crafting action-packed video game adaptations. Having recently ended his time at the helm of the six-film Resident Evil franchise, which became the highest-grossing console-to-screen series in history with over $1.2 billion in the bank, Anderson’s latest effort Monster Hunter sees him back on familiar ground.
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Monster Hunter VFX Supervisor Dennis Berardi Explains His Process With Director Paul W.S. Anderson

Visual effects guru Dennis Berardi has been working with Monster Hunter director Paul W.S. Anderson for a long time. Of course, given that Anderson's wife is Milla Jovovich, who starred in the Resident Evil movies as well as Monster Hunter for the filmmaker, it seems like he builds up some pretty strong bonds in the course of making his movies. Having the same VFX supervisor on numerous projects helps Anderson to have a distinct visual style that is simultaneously broad enough that the movies don't all feel the same and focused enough that what they're aiming to do is instantly recognizable.
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Paul W.S. Anderson to Adapt George R.R. Martin’s In the Lost Lands

Paul W.S. Anderson to adapt George R.R. Martin’s In the Lost Lands. It appears that director Paul W.S. Anderson is on board with another fantasy project. According to Deadline, the Resident Evil director is writing the script of the upcoming fantasy-adventure adaptation of In the Lost Lands. The latter is a short story from the pen of George R.R. Martin, best known for the A Song of Ice and Fire saga — which was the basis of HBO’s Game of Thrones series — but also a prolific author of short stories. The project will star Resident Evil star (and Anderson spouse) Milla Jovovich and the Guardians Of The Galaxy‘s Dave Bautista.
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Paul W.S. Anderson Is the King of Violent, Relentless, Go-for-Broke Thrillers

If you look at the Tomatometer scores for Paul W.S. Anderson’s work, you’d think that this guy makes disaster after disaster. And yet the action auteur of movies like Mortal Kombat, Event Horizon, Resident Evil (along with three of its sequels), and the new Monster Hunter has, over the years, built up a devout critical following and a reputation as the king of violent, relentless, go-for-broke thrillers. His films are filled with tight visual storytelling and excellent, intricate locationwork. They’re unpredictable and kind of ruthless in their willingness to kill off characters, often quite brutally. And, sure enough, movies that were once dismissed by critics — such as his 1994 debut feature, Shopping, which also happened to introduce the world to a young actor by the name of Jude Law — have retroactively gained respect. When I last spoke to Anderson, back during the release of 2014’s Pompeii, we went down a fun rabbit hole of how to shoot a good explosion, and a good beheading, and a good jump scare. This time around, I asked him about how to handle several other classic action scenarios. We also talked about discovering Law, the importance of locations in his work, and what makes a good video-game movie. Oh, and that time he and his wife, Milla Jovovich, accidentally wandered onto the set of The Great British Bake Off.
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Geek Interview: Paul W.S. Anderson Explains How The Monster Hunter Games That Kicked His A** Led To The Movie

If there’s a monster that needs to be tamed, controlled, controlled or hunted in Hollywood, who do you call?. The shortlist won’t be extensive, but no matter how you cut it, Paul W.S. Anderson’s name should be front and center of that list, given his rich history in successfully bringing the Resident Evil franchises to life in not one, two or three, but in six successful films starring Milla Jovovich.
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Paul W.S. Anderson Says We’ll Probably Never See a Full ‘Event Horizon’ Director’s Cut

Earlier this year, boutique Blu-ray label Scream Factory announced they’d be releasing a special edition of Event Horizon, Paul W.S. Anderson‘s sci-fi horror flick about a space mission that goes to hell, literally. The film was a box office disappointment, but thanks to the miracle of home video, Event Horizon has built itself a nice little fanbase, and that fanbase has been clamoring to see some of the film’s long-lost footage. While the theatrical cut is plenty gory, Anderson’s original cut was even more graphic, with some intense portrayals of hell itself. All of that footage was cut and has been considered lost, but Scream Factory stated they were hoping to restore said footage for the upcoming Blu-ray – if they could find it.
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Paul W.S. Anderson Says Never Say Never About Resident Evil Return

Paul W.S. Anderson’s association with Resident Evil yielded the single highest-grossing series of video game adaptations ever made, with the six installments earning over $1.2 billion at the box office. As well as reinforcing his reputation as the go-to guy when you want a gaming favorite adapted into a mind-numbing action blockbuster, the franchise also summed up his career in a microcosm.
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How 'Monster Hunter' director Paul W.S. Anderson mastered the video game movie

“I’d become a little disappointed in a lot of big movies.”. Paul W.S. Anderson is not messing around. Like practically all the previous feature efforts by the noted action-pulp stylist, Monster Hunter (now in theaters) delivers upfront on the lean, unpretentious pleasures promised by its premise. In just the first 20 minutes of the filmmaker’s latest video-game-to-movie adaptation, we watch an elite military regiment led by Captain Natalie Artemis (Milla Jovovich) get...