This year fans of resident Evil they will have a choice. A little over a month ago, Resident Evil Village, the new installment of the video game franchise of Capcom. But 2021 still has a lot to give when it comes to Resident Evil. Netflix The Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness series will premiere this summer, which will be set within the canon of the franchise. And in December we will have the premiere of Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City, the film that hopes to redeem the saga on a cinematic level.

To this day, Resident Evil movies directed by Paul WS Anderson and starring Jovovich mile they are not exactly among those referring to “good video game adaptations.” Each movie got further and further away from the franchise it should be inspired by.

Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City hopes to remedy that situation, with a story set in the spencer mansion and in own Raccoon city, drinking directly from the first video games in the series. In fact, it will be set in 1998.

Robbie amell, who will give life to Chris redfield, has commented through Twich that Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City is tackling a number of reshoots right now. The actor said he was in Toronto to get back into Redfield’s shoes. Although reshoots are generally associated with something negative in production, this practice is very common in Hollywood, and on many occasions, it aims to polish scenes or correct shots that may not have turned out well.

What do you expect from Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City? Will it set the bar in a better place than the Anderson and Jovovich films?