Netflix concludes Geek Week today. The witcher, cuphead, More.The festival also gave us our first real look, called the restart of a live-action biohazard movie. Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City. With characters like Chris and Claire Redfield, Leon Kennedy, and Jill Valentine coming back, the next movie will be different from the previously shared anime TV series, but almost the spirit of the horror franchise. The purpose is to capture it in the same way.
It’s not the trailer we wanted, but the cast lineup looks incredible. Just keep in mind that Lance Reddick is included in this cast as Albert Wesker. That is wonderful.
I was dying to announce this. Get ready to enter New Raccoon City with a Resident Evil cast: Lance Reddick / Elavalinska / Tamara Smart / Siena Agdon / Adeline Rudolf / Paola Núñez. #GeekedWeek pic.twitter.com/ULKEFuYdAr
— Netflix Geeked (@NetflixGeeked) June 11, 2021
Major casts such as Ella Balinska, Lance Reddick, Tamara Smart, Adelin Rudolph, Paola Núñez and Siena Agdon were revealed in the above post.
This time it will be interesting to see again the characters we have known for a long time, other than Milla Jovovich. Even more so with the name of the director behind it found in Johannes Roberts.An all-star team, including producer Robert Kurzer, will be behind the film for a future movie reboot (Paul WS Anderson’s). Resident Evil Movie), James Harris (I’m not a serial killer), Hartley Gorenstein (the boys), Martin Moskovitz will be executive producer. Alex Cheung (Greyhound) Victor Hadida will be executive producer, with Colin Scully and Alex Westmore directing the entire live-action film.
With so many biohazard experiences happening at once, including the recent releases of Resident Evil Village and upcoming TV series, it’s interesting to see how the restarts of this new movie are compared. The original Paul WS Anderson series was initially hit by a lot of excitement, but each new film seemed to move further away from what Resident Evil meant for franchise fans.
When will we be able to see more for ourselves Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City The theater debuts on September 3rd.