The crew of Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City He did his best to recreate the Spencer Mansion and the Raccoon City Police Department as accurately as possible. This November, a new era of resident Evil The franchise will begin on the big screen, with director Johannes Roberts in charge of the new film. resident Evil has already had a prosperous life on the big screen, with Milla Jovovich starring in six movies based on the video games from 2002 to 2016. Altogether, Jovovich’s resident Evil the movies made more than a billion dollars at the box office, but they had their fair share of naysayers, including die-hard fans who felt the movies didn’t do the games justice.
Welcome to Raccoon City seeks to change all that. The cast and crew have touted the new film as extremely game-specific, from its moody horror atmosphere to its plot, which will directly adapt the first two games in the iconic survival horror franchise. He will also play some of the franchise’s most iconic characters, including Claire Redfield (Kaya Scodelario), Chris Redfield (Robbie Amell), Jill Valentine (Hannah John-Kamen), and Leon S. Kennedy (Avan Jogia). Welcome to Raccoon City However, it will go even further than the characters and atmosphere of the film.
In an interview with IGN, Roberts revealed the extent to which they tried to accurately translate the game into live action. The director revealed that they worked closely with Capcom to ensure accuracy, even going so far as to obtain the original plans for both Spencer Mansion and the police station. Even the art on the walls, everything was rendered just like the original game and when the folks at Capcom saw it, they were shocked.
We worked hand-in-hand with Capcom on this movie to the point where we actually got blueprints of the Spencer Mansion and Raccoon police station designs to recreate them in the most perfect way possible. We even have the exact artwork on the walls of the mansion. Capcom saw it for the first time the other day and was very happy and excited.
First look images of Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City He poked fun at the scope of the film, giving audiences a taste of what awaits the film. Given that one of the main criticisms leveled against the original franchise was its lack of precision, a remake certainly requires a more accurate depiction of the story that fans have come to know and love over the years. Fortunately, the first-look images certainly hint at this precision.
Still, with a few months to go before the movie hits theaters, audiences can expect even more photos to be released and eventually a trailer. Whether or not it will face further delays remains to be seen: the rise in the Delta variant of Covid-19 has many wondering if the list of highly anticipated fall movies could face further delays, but, either way, when. Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City finally hits theaters, hopefully newcomers and longtime fans alike will find a perfect adaptation of the beloved game.
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