With Hollywood flick Resident Evil: Retribution now in theaters, the cast doesn't need those fancy outfits anymore! Today at the Tokyo Game Show, the costumes from the movie were on display, headless statues and all.
Here's a not-so-big secret: most Hollywood adaptations of video games are not very good. Why? The reasons are numerous, but the most obvious one is that they're totally different mediums, and so much is lost in translation. The end result is usually something that leaves neither fans of the games nor those who simply…
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This is singer Mika Nakashima. In the above photo, she is not gross looking. In Resident Evil, however, she is. Funny, that.
Movie trailers are for hyping upcoming flicks. That's their raison d'etre. The Resident Evil: Retribution preview did more than that: it's also flogging Sony hardware.
They're making another Resident Evil movie, and it's called Retribution. Star Milla Jovovich, who's been showing behind-the-scenes footage, gives a tour of the sets. Together, both clips are nearly twelve minutes long.
You might think it's not every day that a Hollywood star shoots behind-the-scenes footage with a cell phone. You must not read Milla Jovovich's Twitter, because that's exactly what she's been doing.
The Associated Press is reporting injuries to 16 actors on the Toronto set of Resident Evil: Retribution after a platform collapsed. Paramedics found it difficult to assess the actors' injuries because of the zombie costumes and make-up they were wearing. The victims suffered leg, arm and back injuries but none were…
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.
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]
Milla Jovovich takes a bunch of fan mail via Twitter, yet actually responds to it. When someone jokingly asked the Resident Evil star if the next film would be subtitled "Begins," (it was the name used in an April Fool's Day joke this year) she answered seriously.