The 2021 Resident Evil filmmaker has opened up about the forthcoming adaptation to video games. From the official title to how the Resident Evil 2 remake influenced his film work, Johannes Roberts revealed everything.
Speaking at SXSW’s IGN, Roberts said that an “original novel” for the franchise would be a resident evil – now officially named Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon’s City – apart from Paul’s WS Anderson series.
“This is a piece of the ensemble and Raccoon City plays a major role in the film. “We are discussing this group of people from various angles – some from the city, some from this city, and some from this fateful night.”
Several iconic characters of Resident Evil have already verified their membership in this ensemble. Claire Redfield (Kaya Scodelario), Jill Valentine (Hannah John-Kamen), Chris Redfield (Robbie Amell), and Leon Kennedy (Avan Jogia) will all feature – but Roberts is still trying to inspire the recent past of resident Evil.
“It just blew me away from it, and I think we knew everyone from that time on where we went for the movie because it was such a perfect cinematic experience in sound, the ever dark fog, the kind of element of the game. And that was what I took and went, “This is the world in which I want to live,” “Explanation by Robers.
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