No matter what you think of the Resident Evil films, you have got to give all involved credit for handling to make six movies and going out on their own conditions. While you might not recognize it, the Resident Evil movies are the most successful video game film series of all time making nearly 1 billion dollars at the globally box office. Not bad for a film no one wanted back in 2002.
With last installment, fittingly named Resident Evil: The Final Chapter, starting end of the week in cinemas. William Levy discussed about what is it about the Resident Evil series that has allowed them to make six movies, if he “borrowed” anything from set, unforgettable moments from filming, meeting Paul W. S. Anderson for the first time, and more.
If you have not seen the Resident Evil: The Final Chapter movie trailers, the new film returns to the origin of the trouble as Alice (Jovovich) discovers herself journeying to the Hive in Raccoon Town. There, she and her toughened team of survivors take on the well-armed forces of the Umbrella Corporation while being surrounded by monstrous enemies on all sides. Directed by Paul W. S. Anderson, the film also stars Milla Jovovich, Ali Larter, Shawn Roberts, Eoin Macken, Ruby Rose, Rola, Lee Joon-Gi and Iain Glen.