Director Johannes Roberts (47 Meters Down, The Strangers: Prey at Evening) has been promising that Sony’s Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon Metropolis is a real horror film, and on this planet of Resident Evil, meaning rated “R” blood and guts… proper?
Formally introduced by the MPA in the present day, Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon Metropolis has certainly earned its “R” ranking, which ought to come as no shock to completely anybody.
The brand new film is rated “R” for…
“Sturdy violence and gore, and language all through.”
After all, all earlier films within the Resident Evil movie franchise have been additionally rated “R” for issues like “sturdy violence.” The phrase “gore,” nevertheless, is a primary for the live-action films. Welcome to Raccoon Metropolis is alleged to be far more horror-heavy than the Milla Jovovich-starring movies, which have been violent and monster-filled however typically favored sci-fi motion over horror.
Welcome to Raccoon Metropolis is headed to theaters on November 24.
Right here’s the total official synopsis for the brand new film…
“Returning to the terrifying roots of the massively widespread franchise, fan and filmmaker Johannes Roberts brings the video games of the billion greenback franchise and essentially the most profitable online game adaptation in historical past to life for an entire new era of followers.”
“As soon as the booming house of pharmaceutical large Umbrella Company, Raccoon Metropolis is now a dying Midwestern city. The corporate’s exodus left town a wasteland…with nice evil brewing under the floor. When that evil is unleashed, the townspeople are endlessly…modified…and a small group of survivors should work collectively to uncover the reality behind Umbrella and make it by the evening.”
The forged contains Kaya Scodelario (Crawl) as Claire Redfield alongside Hannah John-Kamen (Ant-Man and the Wasp) as Jill Valentine, Robbie Amell (Add) as Chris Redfield, Tom Hopper (The Umbrella Academy) as Albert Wesker, Avan Jogia (Zombieland: Double Faucet) as Leon S. Kennedy, and Neal McDonough (Yellowstone) as William Birkin.
Moreover, Donal Logue (Silent Evening, “Gotham”) is enjoying Chief Irons within the “origin story adaptation” of the video games that’s set in Raccoon Metropolis in 1998.
The film shall be releasing theatrically, and it’s stated to kick off “a brand new universe impressed by storylines and characters from Capcom’s traditional Resident Evil video games.”