Would you like to see a couple posters for upcoming Milla Jovovich movies? Of course you would. The first poster is for Stone and the floating heads of stars Robert De Niro, Edward Norton, and Milla Jovovich are trapped inside the title. The tagline reads: “Some people tell lies. Others live them.” And what happens when you live a lie? You become encased in letters, apparently.
The other poster for is for Resident Evil: Afterlife, and oddly, Jovovich is nowhere to be found. Instead, it shows off Shawn Roberts as baddie Albert Wesker who has captured co-stars Wentworth Miller and Ali Larter inside his Ray-Bans. Hit the jump to check out both posters. Stone opens on October 8th and Resident Evil: Afterlife opens in 3D on September 10th.
In Resident Evil: Afterlife, opening in theaters on September 10th, Alice (Milla Jovovich) continues on her journey to find survivors of the virus infection and lead them to safety. A new lead that promises a safe haven from the Undead takes them to Los Angeles, but when they arrive the city is overrun and they must fight for their lives.
While at Comic-Con, writer/director Paul W.S. Anderson spoke at a roundtable about adding new characters, making the action bigger and shooting in 3D. He also gave an update on how his version of The Three Musketeers is coming along. Check out what he had to say after the jump.
In the last Resident Evil film, Alice (Milla Jovovich) met a survivor of the virus infection, named Claire Redfield (Ali Larter). In the fourth installment of the franchise, Claire has found a way to survive the very traumatic experience she went through, but she has lost some of her memory and is trying to figure out who she can trust again. There is even the introduction of Claire’s brother from the video games, which presents even more issues, as she figures out if he is who he is.
While at Comic-Con, actress Ali Larter spoke at a roundtable about how much she loves doing action and stunts, what it was like to work with the 3D technology and how much fun it is to play such strong women. Check out what she had to say after the jump.
Every year at Comic-Con, the convention floor is sensory overload. You’ve got thousands of people walking around trying to take everything in. Some are trying to buy convention exclusives, others are trying to get autographs and meet celebrities, and the rest are there for a myriad of reasons. Comic-Con has definitely become a melting pot of pop culture and if you’re into movies, TV, comic books, toys, anime, and almost anything that can be collected, it’s located in San Diego in late July. While the show has grown bigger than the Convention Center can hold (which is why some events are now offsite at other hotels) it’s an amazing show and something you have to experience for yourself.
Since many of you have never been to Comic-Con, I decided to take a ton of photos of the Convention Floor and some of the cool things taking place outside on the street. So if you’re into everything I mentioned above, you’re going to love the 100 pictures after the jump.