Remember the good old days of the Resident Evil films before Paul Anderson lost his mind and riddled them with nonsense? There was no 3D, ridiculous slow motion battle sequences, or seventy-five costume changes per movie for Milla. There were, however, zombies and passable acting. One of said passable actors is now returning to the franchise, and hopefully he'll bring with him a bit of the common sense that was missing completely from the last two flicks.
This one is strictly for those of you out there who just cannot get enough Resident Evil: Retribution news. We know that you're out there and that you're very disturbed individuals. Hopefully Milla can keep you calm and avoid you going on a rampage in faux-slo-mo.
More Resident Evil: Retribution news coming in from Milla Jovovich and her Twitter account. Looks like the next film in the franchise will be home to more international flavor than just a quick trip to Japan.
Well that didn't take very long. Just yesterday we told you that the next installment of the Resident Evil film franchise, Resident Evil: Retribution, would be going before cameras this October, and now some rather unsurprising news has broken today!
The next installment of the Resident Evil film franchise goes before cameras this October, and we've got the early details for you right here. Whether you want them or not. Though she's yet to formally sign on, Milla Jovovich is expected to star in the film along with the already confirmed Sienna Guillory. Paul Anderson is writing the script; no word yet on if he intends to direct.
Ready for some more Resident Evil action this fall? Of course you are! Resident Evil 4 will be available to download starting September 20th, and Resident Evil CODE: Veronica X will be available beginning September 27.
Sure, there's not a Resident Evil movie getting set to debut this year (thank you, God, Jesus, and everyone else!), but that's not keeping Capcom from pulling out all of the proverbial stops with its Resident Evil display at this year's San Diego Comic-Con!
With all due respect to Resident Evil 4 and Resident Evil 5, though excellent games, the no zombie thing has left many fans cold, including us. It's good to see that Capcom, however, is about to get back to shambling business in its latest entry into the video game franchise, Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City.
You know, there was a time when we were excited about a new Resident Evil flick coming out. Lately? Not so much. Still, the film franchise does have its fans, and star Milla Jovovich took to Twitter today to talk a little bit about the upcoming sequel with fans who follow her.
Why is it so damn hard to turn a great video game into an excellent movie? So many excellent franchises have been adapted for the screen in what can consistently be labeled as lackluster efforts.
Oh, sweet undead video game mayhem. How we've missed you so. Yes, the villagers and mutants from the past two Resident Evil games were spooky, but there's just something about mowing down zombies in the franchise that really gets our ghost!
Prepare yourselves, dearest readers. Grab a napkin or a tissue. You are about to drool over the undead goodness contained within these brand spanking new screenshots for Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City.
Earlier this week Capcom confirmed the upcoming winter, 2011, release of Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City. Now we have a sneak peek at the outbreak that is spreading its way across Raccoon City in the form of a debut teaser trailer.
Capcom Confirms New Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City & Demo Version of Resident Evil Revelations
Capcom has announced that Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City is in development for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC. In addition it was also confirmed that the forthcoming Nintendo 3DS title Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D will ship with a playable demo of Resident Evil Revelations.
Two of the best damned games in the storied Resident Evil gaming franchise are on their way to current generation consoles completely remastered and ULTRA SEXY! Read on for the details. From the Press Release