Milla Jovovich Confirms and Reveals New Details on RESIDENT EVIL: RETRIBUTION

     September 19, 2011

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On her Twitter page, Resident Evil star Milla Jovovich revealed and confirmed new details on the next film in the franchise, Resident Evil: Retribution.  Jovovich confirmed the rumor that Leon Kennedy and Barry Burton will make their first appearances in the series and they’ll be joined by Ada Wong, who appeared in the video games Resident Evil 2, Resident Evil 4, and The Darkside Chronicles.  Jovovich also announced that Chris Redfield (Wentworth Miller), Claire Redfield (Ali Larter), and K-Mart (Spencer Locke) won’t return but Sienna Guillory will reprise her role as Jill Valentine.  Shawn Roberts will also return to play the villainous Albert Wesker.  Principal photography is set to begin on October 16th.

Hit the jump for some potentially spoilery details on the upcoming sequel.  Resident Evil: Retribution is due out in 3D on September 14, 2012.

Caution – Potential Spoilers Ahead:

Chris, Claire, and K-Mart won’t return because they’ve been abducted by the Umbrella Corporation.  Also, fans should expect an epic fight between Alice (Jovovich) and Jill.

Jovovich also tweeted to her fans that the mind-controlling parasite “Las Plagas” featured in Resident Evil 4 will be used in the movie.

The actress also said her husband and the film’s director Paul W.S. Anderson has a massive chase scene planned for Retribution:

the red square sequence is THE MOST COMPLICATED CHASE SCENE PAUL HAS EVER PLANNED FOR! ITS GONNA BE EPIC!

its gonna be SIIIIICK!! paul leaves the production meeting reeling from the logistical complications off how 2 shoot them!!

we’ll b the 1st movie 2 hve a chase scene in a rolls royce which we will get shot up, but still runs cause they’re awesome!

Finally, Jovovich says she hopes to make a sixth Resident Evil that brings all the major characters together, which hints that all of the new characters will survive Retribution.

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