Milla Jovovich continues her live Twitter updates from the set of Resident Evil: Afterlife, and not only are they informative, but some of them are damned funny, too! Get ready to dig on some highlights!
Man, how times have changed. Twitter has changed just about every single part of the game. It used to be that we had to wait a month for a magazine to come out to get the scoop on what's going on with our favorite flicks. Now we can get instantaneous updates as they happen.
After weeks of talking about it, and casting news coming from the weirdest of places, ScreenGems and Constantine Film have announced today that filming has officially begun on Resident Evil: Afterlife.
Despite not having released any details regarding the cast or even its director to media outlets, Resident Evil: Afterlife, the fourth theatrical installment in the franchise, will begin filming in late September in Toronto.
It's way overdue, but Sony just announced at their E3 press conference that a brand new Resident Evil title will be heading to the PSP sometime next year. Unfortunately, that was all they announced, so let the speculation begin.
It was only a matter of time before some news surrounding the fourth Resident Evil film would rise to the surface. What is it? Who's directing it? Will we have to suffer through another Paul W.S. Anderson screenplay? Well, some of those questions have been answered today.
**UPDATE: The boys at Arrow in the Head got some more info on the sequel, so get over there and check it out! Needless to say my wish about Anderson not writing it didn't pan out...**
Reviewed by Andrew Kasch Starring the voices of Alyson Court, Paul Mercier, Michael Sorich Directed by Makoto Kamiya
Love using that picture. Anyway, Paul W.S. Anderson, the man who loves putting his own fan fiction spin on many loved movies, comics and video game titles may once again grace us all with his version of Resident Evil.
"Wolf" dropped us a note today that says Game Trailers snatched up the newest promo piece for Sony Picture's upcoming Resident Evil: Degeneration, which was shown at this year's Tokyo Game Show. Check out the trailer below and click here for rest of our coverage on the movie.
In a move that has started to heal the anguish Paul W.S. Anderson left with all his Resident Evil silliness, Capcom and Sony Home Entertainment are making it all better by giving us a true RE movie! Degeneration reunites Claire and Leon in a battle against more t-virus infected deadies inside an airport.
Resident Evil: Degeneration (official site) is going to pick up the pieces the three live-action films left behind. First of all, this new story looks to be skipping the Paul Anderson BS all together and second, some familiar faces from the game are finally joining the battle against the T-Virus.
It was starting to look like maybe we’d seen the last of the Resident Evil films and perhaps could go back to just looking forward to the game's sequels. Then Paul W.S. Anderson has to go shoot his mouth off to MTV, and I realize we may never see the end of it...
So real you can smell it ... Over the weekend Capcom released another new Resident Evil 5 trailer, which you can check out below, and this one shows a lot of gameplay. In other words, yes, this is really what the game looks like.