Capcom’s new survival horror series, “Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City,” will be released in our theaters soon. The director of Screen Adventure is already interested in a sequel.
After a Shift “Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City” opens in German cinemas in three weeks. This work marks the reboot of the film series, which may lead to sequels. If director Johannes Roberts (“47m down”) has a way, he already has in mind a special “RE” game as a source of inspiration, as he told his colleagues Games Radar (Via SFX) revealed in an exclusive interview.
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According to Roberts, there has been a change in recent years in the way film adaptations of popular video game franchises are made and understood. “There was always the thought that gamers weren’t going to the movies and that you had to address other target groups.” He emphasizes that he has taken the proposal seriously.
If his “Welcome to Raccoon City” is successfully screened in international films, the director wants the series to continue. He especially liked part of Capcom’s survival horror series: “Resident Evil 4”. As Roberts adds, he is “passionate about the fourth game” and he can imagine taking on aspects of the game in the next movie: “There are a lot of interesting stories and small details that we brought into this movie, but it’s amazing that it expands.”
He explains that there are characters we “want to develop in the next movie”. In addition, the two youngest branches of the video game brand, “Resident Evil 7: Biohazard” and “Resident Evil Village” will be on the other side. The Giving franchise’s “world is darker and more brutal.”
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In conclusion, Roberts explains that this aspect of the “Resident Evil” series would be “excellent” if it could be explored in future movies. Also, he and his team “really created some symbolic characters with Chris, Claire, Wesker and Leon.” So he hopes this is the beginning of a “new chapter”.
“Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City” opens on November 24, 2021 in German cinemas.
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