While the majority of video games that have been adapted for the big screen over the years have struggled to make the impact that the production companies would have liked, there has been one franchise that has been showing the others how it should be done. The Resident Evil movie franchise has been a huge success over the years and is preparing to make its final bow.
The movie Resident Evil: The Final Chapter will be the last time that we see actress Milla Jovovich in the role of Alice and it looks like the project will begin shooting sooner than expected. Resident Evil: The Final Chapter had to be delayed when Milla fell pregnant but she is now only a few weeks away from giving birth and has now confirmed that the film will start shooting in August.
Jovovich recently put a post up on her official Facebook account, part of which read, "I’m really proud of myself for not gaining the same amount of weight that I did with our first child (75 lbs.) because I have to be ready to start filming ‘Resident Evil- The Final Chapter’ in August of this year and I will also be nursing an infant simultaneously."
Resident Evil: The Final Chapter is again written and directed by Paul W S Anderson and, as well as seeing the return of Milla Jovovich as Alice, we will also see the return of Wentworth Miller in his role as Chris Redfield, and Bingbing Li in her role as Ada Wong. Resident Evil: The Final Chapter is scheduled to hit the big screen on September 2, 2016 in the US.