Aaron Taylor-Johnson is ready to star within the upcoming Kraven the Hunter movie primarily based on the Marvel comics character. In contrast to different Marvel initiatives, nonetheless, the upcoming movie was shot fully on location, one thing that Taylor-Johnson says will solely assist the movie.
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“Kraven being shot fully on location goes to make all of the distinction,” stated Taylor-Johnson in a latest interview with The Hollywood Reporter. “It’s going so as to add one thing actually lovely to our private story. It additionally units Kraven aside from that Marvel stage look. It’s necessary for this character to be in the actual world. It’s necessary for the authenticity of the story. Whenever you’re working on streets barefoot, you soak up these parts and play inside that.”
Whereas not an excessive amount of continues to be identified in regards to the upcoming movie, manufacturing on the undertaking has concluded, with Taylor-Johnson stating earlier in June that he had completed filming. Footage of the movie has but to make its approach on-line, with the one footage proven thus far being a small piece of footage that Sony debuted at CinemaCon in April 2022.
Becoming a member of Taylor-Johnson is Fred Hechinger (Concern Avenue Trilogy, The White Lotus) as Chameleon, Kraven’s half-brother; Oscar nominee Ariana DeBose (West Facet Story) as Calypso, the event companion and lover of Kraven; and Russell Crowe in an undisclosed position.
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Kraven the Hunter might be directed by Oscar nominee J.C. Chandor (A Most Violent Yr) from a screenplay co-written by Richard Wenk (The Equalizer movies), Matt Holloway, and Artwork Marcum. Avi Arad and Matt Tolmach are hooked up to supply the undertaking.
The movie is scheduled to be launched on January 13, 2023.