Sony is unveiling a new Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City video offering a glimpse of specific monsters from the Capcom franchise film.
Sony unveils a new Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City video offering a preview of the precise monsters of the film of the Capcom franchise. Serving as a reboot of the Constantine Film series, the film takes a more faithful approach to adapting the resident Evil games, bringing together the stories of the first and second installments. The plot will revolve around two groups of survivors who investigate the sleepy Midwestern town of Raccoon City in hopes of finding answers behind a deadly outbreak in the city and its links to pharmaceutical giant Umbrella Corporation.
The casting for Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City is made up of the roster of characters who appeared in the first two games, some of which include Claire Redfield of Kaya Scodelairo, Chris Redfield of Robbie Amell, Jill Valentine of Hannah John-Kamen, Albert Wesker of Tom Hopper and Leon S. Kennedy of ‘Avan Jogia. The film will also feature supporting title players namely Donal Logue as Raccoon City Police Chief Brian Irons, Neal McDonough as William Birkin, Lily Gao as Ada Wong and Marina. Mazepa as Lisa Trevor. Following delays due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City is preparing for its release next week.
Less than a week from the film’s release, Sony published a new Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City video. The featurette sees writer / director Johannes Roberts provide insight into translating the on-screen video game monsters for the film, including Lisa Trevor and the Lickers. Check out the new video below:
New Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City The video marks an interesting expansion on the take on Roberts’ dedication to staying true to source video games. The director has discussed in numerous interviews over the past few years his efforts to deliver something to fans of the resident Evil The franchise would assess itself better over the Milla Jovovich films that came before it, from the looks of its characters to the design of the Spencer Mansion and the RCPD. While some may find the CGI on the lickers a bit questionable in the video, there’s no denying the efforts the creative team put into bringing the games’ monsters to life.
It is also interesting to note the Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City the video points to a shift in the zombies themselves, teasing a more gradual transition to flesh-hungry monsters as the games make faster transformations. Roberts having recently discussed his desire to adjust Resident Evil 4 In the near future, this change in zombies would work in favor of this game, as residents of the rural Spanish village controlled by the parasite Las Plagas retained some semblance of agency. Only time will tell how the public reacts to Roberts’ efforts when Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City hits theaters on November 24.
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- Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City (2021)Release Date: November 24, 2021
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