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Paul W.S. Anderson begins work on sixth Resident Evil movie

The Resident Evil movies are one of the most successful games-to-film adaptations out there - financially, anyway. Critically, well ... maybe not so much. And yet, like the undead it portrays on the big screen, the series keeps shuffling along, undeterred. China Central Television (CCTV) reports...

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The Last of Us film moving ahead with Naughty Dog writing

Naughty Dog's stellar PlayStation 3 exclusive, The Last of Us, may soon appear in theaters, thanks to an agreement between the developer, Sony and Resident Evil: Afterlife production company Screen Gems. According to Deadline, the film adaptation will be written by Neil Druckmann who served as...

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Fifth Resident Evil movie in the works, scheduled for 2012

Like the zombies it's based off of, the Resident Evil movie franchise will not die. Although the fifth film has yet to be subtitled, it does have a date. "Resident Evil 5" will be in theaters -- in 3D, of course -- on September 14, 2012. There's good reason for the hastened production schedule...

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Devil May Cry movie rights acquired by Screen Gems

Screen Gems' last partnership with Capcom was a resounding success: the Resident Evil films have grossed over $580 million worldwide. It is undoubtedly looking to replicate that success with its latest acquisition, Devil May Cry. Kyle Ward has been hired to write the script. Ward is currently...

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First 'Resident Evil: Afterlife 3D' stills are 2D, compensate with Mila Jovovich

We're not sure if you've noticed, but ever since that little indie flick Avatar hit theaters, every studio under the sun has been jumping on the 3D movie gravy train. Well, they'd best slide over and make room for Paul W.S. Anderson and Resident Evil: Afterlife 3D. (Which is -- get this -- in 3D!)...

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