The Life List: 5 things about action fantasy film Monster Hunter

Milla Jovovich (left) and Tony Jaa (right) in Monster Hunter. PHOTO: SONY PICTURES ENTERTAINMENT
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SINGAPORE - The cast of action fantasy flick Monster Hunter had to train hard to be in shape for the film, which is based on a Japanese video game series of the same name. It opens in cinemas on Thursday (Dec 24).

In interviews with The Straits Times via Zoom, leading lady Milla Jovovich, Thai actor Tony Jaa, as well as British director and screenwriter Paul W.S. Anderson, reveal five things about their latest project.

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