Resident Evil Welcome to Raccon City The director mocks the future of Barry in the franchise
Resident Evil (English for Resident Evil) is among Shinji Miami as well as established by the Japanese software program company Cap Com and published video game collection. In Japan, the collection is understood under the name Biohazard (Jap. バイオ ハザ, Biohazard; German Biological Danger). Resident Evil is — although not the creator of the style — as the embodiment of the survival horror. The collection brought it to nine parts of the nuclear series as well as a number of remakes as well as different spin-offs in various other styles till the beginning of 2017. A number of by-products along with applications in various other media, consisting of an actual movie collection, four computer-animated films in addition to numerous comics and stories. Till February 2019, shortly after the release of the remakes of Resident Evil 2, the whole collection should have sold greater than 90 million times.
RESIDENT EVIL: Welcome to Raccoon City is already in theaters and gathers the iconic locations and the characters of the classic Games of Resident Evil and Resident Evil 2 on a large screen adventure. Well, at least most of them anyway. While Jill Valentine, Chris Redfield and Albert Weaker are included in the new movie, the favorite of Resident Evil 1, Barry Burton, unfortunately is not in the mix. Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City, Director Johannes Roberts recently joined Cookbook Nation to talk about the movie, and during the interview, he revealed that there were conversations to bring Barry to the movie and mocked up what awaits Barry in the future.
And then Barry, there is a good wink to the world of Barry. There were affirmations of Barry in the script. You know I have no idea what I can say and what I can not say, Roberts said. This is not really spoiler territory. Barry is not in the movie. I’m sorry, fans of Barry. But there is something funny… Barry consciously is not in the movie. We had discussions. Barry is going to have the time of him is all I will say. You do not have to worry about Barry. He is waiting behind the scenes.
That was really the reason why he did not take into account this, but, yes, he has not been forgotten, Roberts said.
Now, hopefully, we still have the famous line of locks by which Barry is most famous, and it is great to know that there are some plans for Barry in the future of the franchise.
As for Jill Valentine of the original game, Hannah John-Kamen will play her in the new movie, and Roberts joked about what we can expect from her character from her character.
With Hannah we really explore, I want to say that it is because she is like a high voltage cable. She is fucking crazy. Trying to talk to her is like… you never know… a bit everywhere. She is a crazy woman. That aspect of her real life came alive with Jill Valentine in the movie. I think people are going to have a lot of fun with it. It’s very funny, but it’s amazing I really liked working with her. Crazy, crazy woman. That was great.
Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City is already in cinemas.
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