Resident Evil: Welcome to Racoon City – new pics released from the upcoming film

I am sure you are all aware by now that Resident Evil is getting a reboot. Here is everything we know so far about the upcoming zombie horror + New pics

Resident Evil has been going for years. I remember hitting the cinema in 2002 to watch the first part. Sadly though, apart from some decent moments in the first one and in the countless sequels it got, they just weren’t up to much but this is just my personal opinion. I enjoyed the animated movies more so than the live-action ones. So, if anything could be doing a fresh makeover/reboot, I think that Resident Evil is the perfect material.

Recently we got treated to the first set-pics from the new film and they look great. The plot is still being kept hush but I am sure some details will be released soon.

Updated 30/08/21: We have some newly released pics from Resident Evil: Welcome to Racoon City. Check the all out below

The new Resident Evil is written and directed by 47 Meters Down, Storage 24 writer/director, Johannes Roberts. I wasn’t a massive fan of 47 Metres Down but as shark movies go, it is far from the worst there is out there. The same goes for the English creature feature, Storage 24 (which you can check out on Netflix)

The cast for Resident Evil: Welcome to Racoon City is as follows

Hannah John-Kamen – Jill Valentine
Kaya Scodelario – Claire Redfield
Robbie Amell – Chris Redfield
Tom Hopper – Albert Wesker
Avan Jogia – Leon S Kennedy
Neal McDonough – William Birkin

As well as the new Resident Evil movie, we will also get treated to a brand new animated Netflix series. The Netflix mini-series is called Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness. There is not a lot of information on the new series but as soon as anything is released, you guys and gals will be the first to know.

That’s it for now, folks. As always, thanks for reading.

Article by GG
Founder/Owner/BigCheese @ Moviehooker


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