Everything must come to an end, even world-famous The Resident Evil movie franchise is finally coming to an end, as the next installment will be the last in the movie saga. Fans of the franchise will get to enjoy of one last movie and they can already start counting the days for the launch as the movie just got a release date. Resident Evil: The Final Chapter is set to be released on December 23 in Japan, however fans in the U.S. will have to wait until next year’s January 27.
Resident Evil: The Final Chapter Movie Info:
Genre: Action & Adventure , Horror , Science Fiction & Fantasy
Cast: Milla Jovovich, Ali Larter, Shawn Roberts, Ruby Rose, Eoin Macken, William Levy, Iain Glen
Directed By: Paul W.S. Anderson
Written By: Paul W.S. Anderson
Music by: Paul Haslinger
In Theaters: Jan 27, 2017 wide
Runtime: 140 minutes
Studio: Screen Gems
The Latest trailer they revealed shows some of the action and thrill that we will get to see in this movie, as our heroine goes in fighting evil winged creatures, zombies and the members of the malignous members of the Umbrella Corporation. This is apparently just a taste of the action and amazing scenes that will keep us at the edge of our seat in this amazing and thrilling last instalment
The plot will supposedly pick up where the last one left. After the events in Resident Evil Retribution where Alice is left to be pretty much the last hope for humanity against the zombie apocalypse. Now she must head back to where it all began, Racoon City, where the evil Umbrella Corporation is getting ready their and gathering all of their forces in order to execute one finishing attack to end all the remaining survivors of the apocalypse they’ve created.
Once again, the movie was written and directed by Paul W.S. Anderson and Milla Jovovich, Iain Glen, Ali Larter, and Shawn Roberts in addition to newcomers Lee Joon-gi, Rola, William Levy, and Ruby Rose will be back to star the movie. It’s their last time playing these characters.
The Resident Evil movies are the biggest, most popular and best selling movies based on a video game franchise, with a total box office that surpasses the US$ 1 billion worldwide.