Sony is returning Resident Evil to its roots with new images from its upcoming Resident: Evil Welcome to Raccoon City movie. The film is set to reboot the franchise after the previous increasingly far-fetched film series finally came to an end and Milla Jovovich hung up her double-edged pistols. As the Welcome to Raccoon City visuals show, the film builds on the two original games, not just for inspiration, but also for looks.
One of the images shows Claire Redfield (Kaya Scodelario) and Leon Kennedy (Avan Jogia) standing in a hallway looking like they are about to turn into a wall before a monster jumps on them. Claire is wearing her iconic red jacket, and Leon’s Raccoon City police uniform looks almost straight out of Resident Evil 2. Another photo from Welcome to Raccoon City shows us that at some point we will enter the Spencer mansion while Chris Redfield ( Robbie Amell), Albert Wesker (Tom Hopper), Jill Valentine (Hannah John-Kamen) and Richard Aiken (Chad Rook) walk through it with their weapons raised, and the last image, the scariest, is that of Lisa Trevor ( Marina Mazepa), to whom the Umbrella Corporation has clearly done something wrong. The visuals seem so much in line with the original games (and so cheap) that it’s easy to imagine them sticking out and talking in monotonous voices while they can only move like a tank.
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It’s not just the visuals that affirm Welcome to Raccoon City’s desire to be closer to the games than its predecessor. Capcom has worked closely on the film, and all the characters that appear in it are from the games. The film’s writer and director, Johannes Roberts, has told IGN that he wants to make a real horror movie, not a sci-fi movie, or whatever the previous movies have done. The movie will be based on Resident Evil 1 and 2 and will feature a setting that includes a beleaguered police station, which was an important part of the second game.
“This movie has nothing to do with the previous franchise,” says Roberts, “it’s about going back to the games and creating a movie that is much more horror than sci-fi action like the previous ones. I was very influenced by the remake. from the second game and I wanted to capture the atmospheric tone it had. It was very cinematic. The previous films were very bright and bright, while this film was dark and gloomy, shot completely at night. “
If these images don’t convince you, don’t worry. There is much more RE content on the way with Netflix delivering a live action series and its already released animated series.
Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City hits theaters on November 24, and in the meantime we have these three images.
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The first images of Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City