Netflix is teaming up with German production company Constantin Film to develop a live-action Resident Evil TV series. So, grab yourself a (Jill) sandwich and read on!
Deadline reports that the zombie horror franchise Resident Evil is setting up shop at Netflix where it will become a scripted series. It's unclear if the projects are related, but if both projects are still in the works, this could be a flawless opportunity to explore the ins and outs of the world created in the long-running game series.
It's worth noting, though, that Netflix hasn't officially confirmed anything - and something else might make you stop in your tracks.
Constantin FIlm is also moving forward on a new reboot of the Resident Evil movie franchise, which will feature a brand new cast.
Just like the 1998 version of the game, the remake of Resident Evil 2 allows players to experience the game as either Claire or Leon. While the project is in early stages, the series is expected to incorporate all of Resident Evil's signature elements, including action sequences and "easter eggs".
The movies, of course, were loosely based on the Resident Evil Capcom video game series.
While the six movies were never domestic blockbusters, they always fared well at the worldwide box office.
To unlock the Hunk scenario in Resident Evil 2 remake, you need to watch the True Ending. Jumping from the PS1 original to this, immediately you notice a more considered introduction with a defined character focus - one that segues into a police station housing intelligently redesigned combat zones and puzzles from top to bottom.
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