Milla Jovovich wasn’t sure about making another video game-inspired movie | People

Milla Jovovich wasn't sure about making another video game-inspired movie |  People


Milla Jovovich wasn’t convinced to star in Monster Hunter because it was another video game.

The 45-year-old actress starred in the movie written and directed by her husband Paul WS Anderson in a movie based on the game series of the same name but admitted that she was unsure of taking over the film after appearing in the franchise based on the “Resident Evil” games.

Mila said, “I was like,” Oh, my God, you gotta be kidding me! Like, I just finished “Resident Evil.” We were killing zombies and now the next thing you want to do together is you want me to kill monsters? Give me a rest. “

It portrays co-star Captain Natalie Artemis in the US Army admitting that she can’t turn down the opportunity to play a soldier on the big screen.

I always respect the military so much and always say if I weren’t an actress, I might have ended up in the army because I came from a military family.

“A lot of my family in the former Yugoslavia and in Russia were all in a military family.”

Anderson revealed that filming in the African Sahara was the most challenging photography of his career and explained how his wife went above and beyond in her performance.

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