BREAKING MOVIE NEWS
Resident Evil: The Final Chapter is coming, and we have some new details as to when things are going to start getting underway. Read on to find out when the somewhat awaited flick will start lensing.
It became pretty clear earlier this summer that Resident Evil 6 - a.k.a. Resident Evil: The Final Chapter - wouldn't be making its announced September 2014 release date. After all, writer/director Paul W.S. Anderson revealed he was still working on the second draft of the script in June. But for those of you who were hoping that the sequel would end up in theaters sometime in 2015, I have some bad news.
Let's ignore the eye roll worthy title for a moment, and move on to the latest news about this proposed picture, namely that Meryl Streep, Cameron Diaz and Milla Jovovich are said to be in talks.
For Survivor, Jovovich will be playing a State Department employee working a new position in London’s American embassy, tasked with diverting terrorists from making it to the U.S. For this, she becomes targeted by someone and framed for a series of crimes. She then has to try to stop a huge terrorist attack in Times Square on New Year’s Eve.
This will be Jovovich's first time working with Almereyda, but the same can not be said for Hawke. The filmmaker and the actor previously teamed up for another Shakespeare adaptation, namely the tepidly-received Hamlet from 2000. You can watch the trailer below to get an idea of what we can expect to see from Cymbeline.
All four actors have plenty of action genre cred that should help the four new stars fit in quite well with the rest of the ensemble cast. The question that remains, however, is how the four characters will be used. I'd personally want to see Chan, Snipes and Jovovich join up with the good guys and then cast Cage as a ridiculously over-the-top bad guy with plans for world domination. But what do you think?
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The Game of Thrones panel left Hall H in tatters. It’s up to Resident Evil: Retribution to sweep up the pieces and re-energize this San Diego Comic Con crowd with the promise of zombies, guns and Milla Jovovich in skin-tight leather.
Just a few weeks back a winsome and smiling Milla Jovovich rewarded fans of the Resident Evil movie franchise for their devotion with a lively Q&A that concluded the unveiling of Resident Evil: Retribution's latest trailer. The fifth offering of the videogame-inspired film series features Jovovich's slick survivor Alice facing off against the evil Umbrella Corporation and their mutant minions with the help of a determined resistance movement.
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For those of use who have been fans of the Resident Evil video games since way back when the first one was released in 1996, it’s been a huge disappointment to see all these film adaptations roll through and not see one single appearance of Leon Kennedy, star of Resident Evil 2. His RE2 costar Claire Redfield has appeared in both the third and fourth films played by Ali Larter, but Kennedy has sadly been passed over. Until now.
While the movie didn't screen early for critics, Paul W.S. Anderson's The Three Musketeers opened at midnight last night and some reviewers bought tickets so that they could publish an opinion on the movie today. The result has been overwhelmingly negative, our own Katey Rich calling it, "the rare movie that's so dumb it's impossible to understand" (expect her full review later today).
It's never funny when people are injured on a movie set, doing their jobs in the name of making some entertainment for the masses, but it's hard to resist when the people injured are 16 extras dressed up in full zombie makeup. I mean, the possibilities for confusion are endless
It's funny that both Kate Beckinsale and Milla Jovovich have built very similar careers. Both are married to action directors (Len Wiseman and Paul W.S. Anderson, respectively) and both have worked with their hubby filmmakers to create franchises with at least four films starring the actresses as strong, ass-kicking protagonists (Underworld and Resident Evil).
Just because I’ve never heard of the medical term “prosopagnosia,” or “face blindness,” doesn’t mean I can’t dig on the unnerving new international trailer for Julien Magnat’s thriller Faces in the Crowd. The film stars Milla Jovovich as an elementary school teacher who’s suffering a rare case of facial amnesia following a brutal encounter with a serial killer
The plan is for Jovovich's Alice to travel from Toronto over to Tokyo , and they're apparently also recasting the character Jill Valentine, previously played by Sienna Guillory and last seen wearing a mind control device put upon her by the Umbrella Corporation
The first trailer for The Three Musketeers was a little confusing, even for a Paul W.S. Anderson movie. That trailer didn’t seem to be so much about the Musketeers we’ve come to know and love after their dozens of different film incarnations (I guess they’re in some book too), it seemed to be mostly about Milla Jovovich doing sweet Matrix moves.
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 that’s going on with the upcoming fifth installment, and because she’s kind of cool, she’s 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 I’m generally opposed to the works of Paul W.S. Anderson, in this case it’s 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 they’re more than eager to get going on another one