‘Resident Evil 2’ can adapt the games ‘Code Veronica’ and ‘Resident Evil 4’, reveals actor

In spite of ‘Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City‘ have just reached 50% of review approval, the reboot cast is hopeful of a sequel.

During an interview with the Comic Book, Robbie Amell and Kaya Scodelario, interpreters of brothers Chris and Claire Redfield, commented on what they expect from a possible sequel.

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“I would love to continue playing Chris. This was a dream come true for me,” he said. Amell. “What matters now is whether the movie is going to do well, if that happens, I think a sequel could happen. I know the story ends with a hook to another movie and [o diretor] e Johannes Roberts talked about ‘Code Veronica’ e ‘Resident Evil 4‘ as possibilities that we could adapt. So who knows?”

Scodelario added that:

“That’s a discussion we can have after this movie takes hold. From the beginning, our focus was on getting the movie right and finding something interesting that we haven’t seen in the previous ones. But, yes, you can’t deny the thrill of seeing this universe gaining strength. We’re seeing that people would really like to have more, and I would love to continue as Claire Redfield. I think she still has a lot more to do from now on.”

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Previously, Roberts told the Games Radar who already have plans for the sequel.

In the plot of the remake, the Redfields try to discover the plans behind the pharmaceutical Umbrella Corporation and end up facing a world about to be taken over by zombies, created by the corporation.

As the film is inspired by the first two games in the franchise, focused on Redfield, Roberts said the sequel could be focused on Leon Kennedy, protagonist of the 4th game.

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For those who don’t know, the 4th title follows is set six years after the 2nd, and follows the story of Leon as he travels through rural Spain in search of the daughter of the US president, kidnapped by a mysterious sect.

“I’m obsessed with the 4th game,” he said. Roberts. “I imagined this becoming the plot of a new movie. There are a lot of interesting stories and little details that we’ve brought to this movie, but it would be awesome to explore more of the franchise, because there are characters that we don’t use in this movie that we’d love to bring in in the next one.

He also said that he also plans adaptations based on ‘Resident Evil 7′ e Resident Evil Village’.

“In the future, I plan to bring a different side of the franchise, like the one we see in ‘Resident Evil 7′ e ‘Village’, with much darker and grotesque plots.”

Remembering that Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City will be released in national cinemas on December 2nd.

Check out the main reviews:

“The director and screenwriter Johannes Roberts delivers a series of fan-services, but with a narrative without cohesion and with few scares” – Variety.

“It’s the franchise’s first assistable entry. For the first time, we don’t envy the lucky people who get killed by zombies” – New York Post.

“While game fans will love the loyalty to the games, this approach has its own flaws” – Digital Spy.

“A reboot totally lacking the visual distinction or personality that turned predecessors into intriguing uncut diamonds” – AV Club.

‘Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City’ it has a lot of blood, but nothing scary or imaginative” – Culture Mix.

The production will adapt the story of the first two games and, like the original, will take place in 1998 and will feature the events of Raccoon City being surrounded by zombies. Both Spencer Mansion and the Raccoon City Police Department will appear in the film.

The feature received the high Rated-R rating (for over 17s) for “strong bloody violence, and adult language”.

The cast also has Kaya Scodelario como Claire Redfield, Tom Hopper like Albert Wesker, Avan Jogia like Leon and Lily Gao como Ada Wong, Neal McDonough como William Birkin), Chad Rock as Richard Aiken e Donal Logue like Brad Vickers.

In addition to driving, Roberts sign the script next to Greg Russo (‘Mortal Kombat 2021’).

Since Capcom released the title that inaugurated the survival horror genre in 1996, ‘Resident Evil’ has become one of the most successful game franchises of all time, with over 100 million games sold worldwide. With nearly 25 years of history, the series has gone far beyond video games and gained film adaptations, in addition to having inspired attractions in theme parks. With six films produced by Constantin Film, ‘Resident Evil’ it has raised more than $1.2 billion worldwide, making it the most profitable video game-based saga on the market.

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