Closer to games than Milla Jovovich’s films.
After a long movie streak with Milla Jovovich, Sony hits the restart button in November, when Resident Evil: Welcome To Raccoon City premieres. Now let’s take a first look at the group. Then the movie depends on Both origin and Resident Evil 2 Do not become dense celebrity unexpectedly.
Above we bring Leon S. Kennedy (Avan Jogia) and Claire Redfield (Kaya Scodelario), while Albert Wesker (Tom Hooper), Richard Aiken (Chad Rock), Jill Valentine (Hannah Jon Kamen) and Chris Redfield (Ruby Amell) are jammed below. The second image below is difficult to understand for fans of the game.
Yes, Lisa Trevor looks like we remember her a little bit vampire– Re. Johannes Roberts, screenwriter and director, says IGN He loves the movie series that preceded this movie, but doesn’t really think it embodies what he personally values in games.
Judging by his words, the movie very Faithful to game paradigms.
I wanted fear and atmosphere rather than full action. I think fans of the game felt the same – they wanted to see the iconic characters and locations and felt the movie was more in tune with the Resident Evil universe, which is really why we chose to go in that direction. We worked alongside Capcom on this movie…so much so that we actually got blueprints from them on designs for Spencer Mansion and Raccoon Police Station in order to recreate them as perfectly as possible. We even have delicate artwork on the palace walls.
On November 24, movie audiences in Germany, among other places, will see if his words have an impact.
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