NS video game franchise resident Evil Has been adapted in many different ways. Live-action and animated films emphasize action over its horror roots. One of the most popular video game titles released in the past year Resident Evil: Village. it’s a good time resident Evil Fans. A new live-action film titled Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City Just got a full length trailer with strong horror vibes.
The ‘Resident Evil’ franchise is pushing the reset button
Paul WS Anderson and actor Milla Jovovich are husband and wife and resident Evil fellow worker. Anderson wrote and directed the 2002 installment starring Jovovich in the lead role. The action-horror film spawned five sequels, but he rarely acknowledged the source material. Anderson’s resident Evil Follows an original character named Alice, a covert operative seeking to retaliate against the Umbrella Corporation.
something prestigious resident Evil The characters appear, although they are not the focal point. They mainly exist for fan service. The film franchise adopted a striking B-action movie aesthetic. Critics panned each installment, although the series grossed over $1.2 billion. Therefore, it is considered to be the highest grossing video game adaptation franchise of all time.
Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City Rebooting the franchise. Additionally, it will bring an entirely different aesthetic to this new video game adaptation.
‘Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City’ prioritizes horror over action
NS Sony Pictures Entertainment YouTube channel uploaded Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City Trailer. The thumbnail is what sets it apart from the already Anderson franchise.
Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City is an original story written and directed by 47 meters downK Johannes Roberts. The setting is 1998 Raccoon City, where the pharmaceutical giant Umbrella Corporation resides. However, the thriving city has turned into a midwestern city on the verge of destruction. The company is directly responsible for destroying everything around them with a sinister evil that lies beneath. Evil cannot be contained and it is up to a band of survivors to uncover the secrets of the Umbrella if they hope to make it come alive in the morning.
The horror elements are emphasized in the trailer. There’s still some action in an explosion and a barrage of bullets, but it features a familiar mansion, zombies, jump scares, and other infected creatures. Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon CityThe trailer uses a strange musical choice that doesn’t quite fit the tone. Still, it’s a very different approach from what audiences saw in Anderson’s films.
Popular characters Claire Redfield (Kaya Scodelario), Chris Redfield (Robbie Amell), Jill Valentine (Hannah John-Kamen), and Leon S. Kennedy (Avan Jogia) are some of the video game characters who appear. However, this time they are more than glorified cameos. Now, the focus will be on classic characters from video games.
Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City The special breaks in theaters on November 24.
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