Bloody trailer for Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City

Resident evil: Welcome to Racoon City

Sony Pictures has unveiled the bloody first trailer and poster of Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City, reboot of the saga that returns to its origins of the video game

The film is written and directed by Johannes Roberts (At 47 meters 1 and 2, The strangers hunt at night), starring this time by Kaya Scodelario playing Claire Redfield, Hannah John-Kamen playing Jill Valentine and Robbie Amell playing Chris Redfield, very popular characters from the video game saga on which the film is based.

Returning to the origins of the wildly popular RESIDENT EVIL video game franchise, Johannes Roberts, a fan and filmmaker, is bringing games back to life for a whole new generation of fans. At RESIDENT EVIL: WELCOME TO RACCOON CITYOnce a burgeoning hometown of the pharmaceutical giant Umbrella Corporation, Raccoon City is now a dying town in the Midwest. The exodus from the company left the city a wasteland … with a great evil brewing beneath the surface. When that evil is unleashed, a group of survivors must unite to uncover the truth behind Umbrella and survive the night.

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Clarie and her brother Chris will find a way to unmask the Umbrella corporation and tell what is happening to people.

Looking at the trailer gives the impression that this reboot will be more faithful to the essence of video games than the previous Paul WS Anderson films starring Milla Jovovich and that launched the actress to stardom.

What did you think of the trailer?

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Since I can remember I have always been attracted to drawing, comics and especially the cinema, the fault of this hobby is “Star Wars: Episode IV”, I was fascinated by the large number of spaceships that appeared in her and the whole world created by George Lucas, the scene of the corellia ship being chased by an imperial cruiser that advanced to fill the screen was shocking. John Williams’ music was catchy and easy to remember, by then I remember my sticker collections and the dolls from the series. Another great influence has been the comics, specifically the Vertex editions of Spiderman, X-Men, The Avengers, The Fantastic 4, with which I learned to draw by copying the vignettes of John Romita Sr. and Jack Kirby. So it was not surprising that he ended up studying at the Zaragoza School of the Arts.

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