Jovovich reveals Resident Evil: Afterlife secrets
Milla Jovovich has been talking about her role in the fourth Resident Evil film called Resident Evil: Afterlife, she also revealed just how much is going to be put into the 3D process for the film, and it doesn't sound like it's going to be a cheap, half hearted attempt.
More than that she does talk about what this film means for Alice, and her clones.
"Let’s just say this. The clones are definitely in it. You’ve got multiple Alice’s kicking serious butt. And definitely the real Alice has some pretty major things happen to her that change the stakes a little bit. That’s probably all I can give you in a vague sort of way. It’s definitely going to be a different Alice than who we’re used to."
Sounds interesting, but very vague. It's clear though that the clones from the last film are going to be in this next one, and it makes sense since we've heard filming will be in Tokyo and then in Alaska, Tokyo being where the last film ended.
"Paul just signed a deal with the people Cameron used on AVATAR because they impressed him the most. [Paul] has basically seen like every 3-D movie ever made in the last two months to prepare for it. We’re definitely using all the best equipment. All the storyboards are centered around how to make the 3-D the best it can be. We’re really trying to use that medium to its fullest."
This is interesting, could we really see a huge step up in the quality of the Resident Evil films for Resident Evil: Afterlife? I quite like the films myself, they're good fun and have some great action, oh sure there are plot holes, problems, bad moments, but they're still fun when you know what you're going in to watch.
So will there be more? That seems to depend on the fans says Jovovich.
“For us, we make one movie, we give it an interesting ending and if the fans are like, ‘We want to see what happened. We want to see the next one’ and the studio gets enough mail and there’s web site interest then we’re like, ‘Yeah, let’s make another one.’"
If the fans go to see it, like any film, then they'll continue, but the great thing about these films is that they're always catering for the fan's desires and adding in those endings that might excite and intrigue them and build a desire for another film.