Aaron Taylor-Johnson premiered the first footage from his anticipated Marvel film Kraven the Hunter at CinemaCon in Las Vegas on Monday. It’s the ultra-violet blood and throbbing muscles that delighted the annual convention of theater owners. In the world premiere footage, Aaron Taylor-johnson’s Kraven is a tactical stalker, cut Obsessed with leather suits and five-star hair. Blood flows freely on the screen.
And in one intense moment, Taylor rips through the flesh of a target with Johnson’s teeth in the neck. So yeah, it’s rated R. He often makes his victims look like primitive claws. A visceral slicing with weapons follows. Taylor-Johnson joins an ensemble that includes Oscar winners Russell Crowe and Ariana DeBose, “Girls” alum Christopher Abbott and “The Many Saints of Newark” star Alessandro Nivola.
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Craven” was produced by Art Markham, and Matt Holloway, And Richard Wenk wrote the script. Taylor-Johnson called the JC Chandor-directed project “the most real-world Marvel movie. We know he’s a fearsome hunter, a highly trained assassin. He then answers what he considers “the internet’s biggest question” — is the film R-rated? Get it or not.
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