Resident Evil fans were already excited about the release of the film. And now we have the official trailer of the movie that is a crazy ride.
The latest installment in the Resident Evil franchise is the movie Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City. It is slated to release on 24th November 2021 in the US. The movie serves as a reboot of the film series. These movies are based on video games of the same name. After the Final Chapter was released in 2017, it was announced that a reboot was in development. Initially, Wan was called to produce the project, and Greg Russo to write the script. However, Roberts was hired to both write and direct. Therefore, both Wan and Russo exited the project. In no time we’ll be able to watch the movie in theatres. To amplify fans’ excitement, a trailer was released and it’s a wild ride. Check it out:
Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City’s Trailer Is Out And It’s A Crazy Ride!
This movie is the seventh live-action film overall and serves as a reboot of the franchise. It is written and directed by Johannes Roberts. The movie takes place inside the titular city. It was once the home of a pharmaceutical company Umbrella Corporating and it was bustling. However, the company left the town. The moment it did, the city started to turn into a wasteland. Moreover, now some evil underneath the surface becomes unleashed. However, a group of people manages to survive. So, now, these survivors work together to survive the night. They try to find out what Umbrella Corporation has really been up to. What they find out is really shocking. But for that, you’ll have to wait till 24th November 2021.
The trailer for the movie is out and is a crazy ride. Check it out below:
The movie stars Kaya Scodelario, Robbie Amell, Hanna John-Kamen, Tom Hopper, Avan Jogia, Neal McDonough, and Donal Logue. It is said to be the appropriate adaptation of the video game in its true sense. It is also believed that somehow the teaser for the movie revealed its finale.
Apart from the movie, the series also had an animated series called Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness. It landed on Netflix earlier this year.