The popular game series Resident Evil is returning to the big screen very soon with a brand new movie. Some details were given today from the movie, which came with a new cast and story. Speaking to IGN, director Johannes Roberts said that the film Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City He announced that he will enter the vision with his name.
According to Roberts’s statements, the new Resident Evil movie, of the first two games of the series will adapt his story to the big screen. So from the first game Spencer Mansion (Spencer Mansion) and from the second game Raccoon City Police Station We will have the opportunity to watch some popular locations such as (Raccoon City Police Station) in the movie. We have seen images from locations such as Spencer Mansion and Raccoon City Orphanage in the previously leaked set photos.
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Reminding that the new movie will be completely independent from the other series with Milla Jovovich, Roberts said.“Of course there is a Resident Evil series, but this movie has nothing to do with it. We are preparing a completely new origin story based on the roots of the video game series.” used the expressions.
Roberts also makes the movie just like in the games to a dark and scary atmosphere He said he would have. Roberts, who stated that he is a big fan of John Carpenter, one of the legendary directors of horror and science fiction cinema, is Carpenter’s famous productions in the new movie Resident Evil. The Fog and Assault on Precinct 13’den He explained that he was inspired.
Although the first Resident Evil films with Milla Jovovich, released between 2002 and 2016, were successful at the box office, they did not win the admiration of the fans of the series. The new Resident Evil reboot movie has now managed to attract fans with its subject and characters.
Resident Evil reboot filmi Will be released in theaters on September 3. The cast of the movie is as follows:
- Kaya Scodelario (Claire Redfield)
- Hannah John-Kamen (Jill Valentine)
- Robbie Amell (Chris Redfield)
- Avan Jogia (Leon S. Kennedy)
- Tom Hopper (Albert Wesker)
- Neal McDonough (William Birkin)