Do you want Resident Evil: Afterlife news? Really? Seriously? OK, you’re in luck, because thanks to those lovely peeps over at blackfilm.com, we’ve got some. Brace yourselves: this is big.
Wentworth Miller – yes, that Wentworth Miller; the star of Prison Break, the one who sounds like he just stepped straight out of Trumpton – has joined the cast of Paul W.S. Anderson’s zombie flick, the fourth in the apparently unstoppable series based on the classic games.
We know – mindblowing. Especially when nothing has been revealed about his character, not even a name. (Although hard-core gamers might well be putting two and two together and coming up with Leon Kennedy...)
But if you think you can take any more, there’s more: Ali Larter, who showed up in the third movie, Resident Evil: Extinction, will return as Claire Redfield!
Pick your jaw off the floor and reattach it. This is serious, people.
The revelations were, um, revealed to blackfilm by Boris Kodjoe, an actor who’s just joined the cast. In an exclusive interview with the site, he spilled those casting beans but also a few plot details that made us sit up and take notice – for this appears to be a new take on Assault On Precinct 13. With added zombies. And that’s got to be worth watching, right?