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Resident Evil 6 to Begin Filming This Fall

Chris Savage 6 Comments

The Resident Evil film franchise. It is pretty much a hit and miss affair, but if you’re a fan, so be it and I bet you’re excited for a sixth movie, right? While we don’t have much to go on, we do know that things are beginning to roll.

During a brief interview with Paul W.S. Anderson the The Star reports that, Paul W.S. Anderson will be back in the directors chair for Resident Evil 6, and the film is slated to beginning filming this Fall.

Other than that, your guess is as good as mine. So what would you like to see in the sixth Resident Evil movie?

Look for this one in theatres this September 12, 2014 via Sony Screen Gems.

Resident Evil 6 to Begin Filming This Fall

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      1. Alex B. June 27, 2013 at 2:43 pm

        I would like to see an actual Resident Evil…

        • Jadama July 10, 2013 at 5:17 pm

          Amen! :D

      2. Kade June 27, 2013 at 5:13 pm

        I find it funny that people bitch about video game to movies knowing they will never be anything like the games and even if they are they fail horribly. The Resident Evil movies is still within the basics of the game… Umbrella Corp, the T Virus and the virus from RE5′s video game, etc etc and uses the monsters from the game and so on… >> Just a fresh character and story and stand alone-ish from the game and people still bitch. I think these movies are actually pretty good, especially for video game to movie movies. No other video game to movie has survived this long give it the credit due.

      3. Jared June 29, 2013 at 7:47 pm

        i agree with both of you. the heart of the game was survival horror. Managing scarce ammo and supplies and facing terrifying enemies in a claustrophobic environment define the games. This was only really seen in the first film and somewhat in the second. The films are enjoyable and share some of the same themes and characters, but they might as well have titled them something other than RE.

      4. Kevin July 2, 2013 at 4:38 am

        Do you know what I’d like to see? An ending. Please… stop.

      5. Stefan July 15, 2013 at 3:49 am

        As long as Jill valentine and chris redfield get to meet eatchother :D