Sony Pictures Entertainment has delivered new video for Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City which puts the emphasis on Chris Redfield played by Robbie Amell. The film depends on the Resident Evil video game series from Capcom. The exceptionally well known game series has produced bunch true to life film adaptations going back from 2002’s Resident Evil up to 2017’s Resident Evil: The Final Chapter, with every one of them featuring American entertainer Milla Jovovich as the lead. Not long after the arrival of The Final Chapter, it was declared that Welcome to Raccoon City will be a reboot of the franchise.
As a component of a progression of character vignette bits delivered by Sony, the most recent video includes the essayist/head of the film, Johannes Roberts, talking about the character of Chris Redfield who is a piece of the Raccoon City Police Force, marking him as “a modest community saint who needs to turn into an action legend.” The video likewise includes Amell promising that the film will “definitely” be a devoted adaptation to the game series. See the full video beneath:
Chris Redfield shows up noticeably all through the game series and was a playable character in a large number of the titles. The iconic character was last depicted in a true to life film by Prison Break and Legends of Tomorrow graduated class, Wentworth Miller, in Resident Evil: Afterlife. Robbie Amell, who is next to play the fan-most loved character, has been on a serious noteworthy run since he initially showed up on CW’s The Flash, sacking lead jobs in movies and TV series which incorporates romantic comedy highlight The DUFF, the science fiction film Code 8, and the Amazon Prime series Upload, so fanatics of the game and the movies the same will without a doubt be anticipating his depiction.