The tough-as-nails Rain Ocampo might have met her grisly end in the first Resident Evil flick, but that's nothing a few flashbacks can't fix in next year's Resident Evil: Retribution.
Some video game movies are...OK. Most are terrible. Why is that? Allow a guy who makes video game movies for a living (try and) explain.
Actress Milla Jovovich is starring in the fifth RE flick, Resident Evil: Retribution. Paul W.S. Anderson is writing and directing. The film is slated for September 2012 and will take place in Toronto and Tokyo. [Bloody Disgusting]
How does director Paul W.S. Anderson keep coming up for ideas for new entries in the Resident Evil film franchise? According to his wife, series star Milla Jovovich, "professional video game players" do his research for him.
The Resident Evil movies are the cinematic equivalent of zombies. Just when you think they're dead, when you won't be subjected to them anymore, they get up and shuffle to your local cineplex.
Actress Milla Jovovich starred in all four Resident Evil films. While the movies are based on the games, her character is not. And man, that pisses off some internet nerds.
When filmmaker Mike Newell was promoting the Prince of Persia flick, he readily admitted that he didn't play the game. No wonder, says Resident Evil: Afterlife director Paul W.S. Anderson, the movie didn't live up to expectations.
Resident Evil: Afterlife has had the biggest opening of any of the RE films. Know what that means? They're going to do another one. Oh, yes. They are.
Love them or hate them, the Resident Evil films make money. The series has taken in over US$378 million worldwide. There must be a reason for this. According to actress Milla Jovovich, there is.
Milla Jovovich returns this fall as Alice in the latest installment in the Resident Evil film series, Resident Evil: Afterlife. She'll be landing a plane, it seems. Good for her.
Actress Jeri Ryan of Star Trek: Voyage fame appears as Sonya Blade in a Mortal Kombat trailer dubbed "Mortal Kombat: Rebirth" that popped up online. Is it a game trailer? A movie trailer? Tell us, Jeri, tell us!
And what a horrible, horrible photo.
We have already seen the Resident Evil: Afterlife trailer. Let's see it again, but broken down, bit by bit. In song.
It's already going to be shown in 3D, but Sony Pictures has revealed that the upcoming horror film will also be shown in IMAX.
Right now? Not much. But that doesn't mean things haven't been happening for the flick or won't happen in the future.
Paul W.S. Anderson is famous for two things: Being Mr. Milla Jovovich and making movies based on video games. He's now keen to spread his wings and create video games.
Paul W.S. Anderson is responsible for bringing Resident Evil to the silver screen. He writes, produces and/or directs the films. You'd think someone like that would have the inside track on the games. Nope.
Set photos for the upcoming Resident Evil: Afterlife film have already made their way to the internet. But not production stills of the survival horror film. Until now.