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It's a deliberately old-fashioned affair, looking almost hand-drawn and echoing the old work Drew Struzan did for the Indiana Jones movies, kind of like the Super 8 one that turned out to be fan-made. But the Musketeers poster also features Jovovich giving her best sexyface
In addition to being the star of the franchise, Milla Jovovich is also married to the director of the Resident Evil series, Paul W.S. Anderson. That means she has a direct line to everything thatís going on with the upcoming fifth installment, and because sheís kind of cool, sheís been more than willing to share what she knows with her fans through twitter.
It's hard to tell exactly what the plot involves-- something about saving the world, fighting off enemies, blah blah blah-- but I think the entire point of the trailer is to make you not care. This movie is going to be pretty and possibly badass
The Resident Evil franchise has made a lot of money, and though Iím generally opposed to the works of Paul W.S. Anderson, in this case itís deserved. Critics will pan it and serious horror fans will turn up their nose at it, but most of the Resident Evil movies are a lot of fun. Big, dumb fun, but fun nonetheless.
I cannot fathom why the Weinsteins paid more than a few nickels for Dirty Girl, an incredibly uneven and mean-spirited excuse for a comedy
Resident Evil: Afterlife is officially the biggest opener in the Resident Evil franchise and that, of course, means theyíre more than eager to get going on another one
Itís after midnight and that means Milla Jovovich is leaping out of screens around the country in 3D, shooting zombies and if youíre lucky, justifying all that extra money
Well, it's Labor Day and with it we officially celebrate (or curse wildly while throwing things around the room in rage) the end of the summer season. The lazy days are over
Resident Evil: Afterlife opens this weekend and weíre still waiting to hear if itíll be screened for the press, thus signifying whether itís one of the yearís biggest
If youíve seen the trailers for Resident Evil: Afterlife the answer to the question ďhow much of this movie was computer generanted?Ē may surprise you. Since it was filmed
With Piranha 3D already in wide release, we are only two weeks away from a battle, as Resident Evil: Afterlife breaks into theaters and the two try and co-exist. Considering
When you have two actors the caliber of Edward Norton and Robert DeNiro in your film, you can't be blamed for wanting to put them at the top of your marketing. They are two incredibly talented individuals who
Come September, Milla Jovovich will reprise her role as Alice in the fourth film in the Resident Evil franchise. The longest series in the history of video game adaptation, the stars and crew are
What do you get when you put together a corn-rowed inmate in Edward Norton, Milla Jovovich as a shy seductress and Robert DeNiro pretty much playing himself
Milla Jovovich has taken to her Twitter account to give us our first look at costume designs for Paul W.S. Anderson's The Three Musketeers (not to be confused with the one currently being produced by
Resident Evil: Afterlife has a new trailer and itís cheesy, ridiculous, and plays out kind of like a videogame. But itís also sort of stunning on a visual level and if they pull off even half
Maybe Hollywood has just given up on posters as an option for a viable revenue stream. That seems about the only reason why we continually receive weak one sheets for just about every "big" release the industry pumps out.
While Milla Jovovich certainly has some high points in her acting career (The Fifth Element, Dazed and Confused, Zoolander), there are plenty of bad movies balancing things out
We havenít seen her in the trailers, so maybe you thought Jill Valentine wouldnít be back for Resident Evil: Afterlife. The character figures prominently in the games and in the last movie
The first ever trailer for Resident Evil: Afterlife has arrived and hereís the really interesting thing about it: This trailer contains almost no zombies. Though this is a franchise built on zombie-killing