“Resident Evil” movie reboot version, title revealed ─ The director was particular about “the fear and atmosphere of the game”

Masterpiece survivalHorrorA reboot version of the game that Hollywood will make into a live-action movie againresident EvilThe original title of “Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City” turned out to be.. Along with this, director Johannes Roberts, who takes a megaphone, reveals his commitment to the work and his focus.

The rebooted version of “Resident Evil” is a completely new work that is different from the “Resident Evil” series (2002-2016) starring Milla Jovovich and directed by Paul W. S. Anderson. It is said that the story of “Night of Fate” set in Raccoon City in 1998 will be drawn faithfully to the world view of the game version.

Roberts, who was interviewed by IGN in the US, has finally revealed the title that has been hidden so far. “Raccoon City” included in the original title refers to the stage of the story, Raccoon City, as mentioned above. A literal translation of the subtitle means “Welcome to Raccoon City.” As Director Roberts states, “Raccoon City plays a big role in the movie,” I would like to expect a finish that fully reflects the world view of the stage.

Robert says he was inspired not only by referring to the game, but also by John Carpenter’s The Fog (1980). It is said that “tone” is a big point of interest in this work.

What I liked about the game version was that it was insanely scary and the atmosphere... It’s raining constantly, it’s dark and creepy … Especially in the first work, they are mixed with fun aspects such as what is around the corner (thrilling feeling) and how to tell such a story. “

“I loved the movie series by Milla Jovovich. I also loved the world of’Resident Evil’,” Roberts said. “I didn’t feel the horror and atmosphere of the game.” I’m also talking. “I didn’t feel it on the screen, so I thought this was what I wanted to convey.” In addition, the director continues:

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