Resident Evil: Welcome To Raccoon City was the last live action film in the series.
Despite being a classic saga in the world of video games, resident Evil It has also been used to reach theaters. Without going any further, very soon Leon and Jill will fight together for the first time on tape, now revealing that there are more projects underway for the large rooms. However, it should be recalled Resident Evil: Welcome To Raccoon Citythe 2021 film that combined the stories from the first Resident Evil game and its sequel, Resident Evil 2.
Welcome To Raccoon City it was not a great success for Sony Pictures Releasing since its budget was 25 million dollars and its collection of 42 million, a very tight figure considering that more advertising and marketing expenses would have to be added. However, a report from Sudbury.com, a news organization that covers the Sudbury metropolitan area in Canada, where this Resident Evil movie was shot, reports that Sudbury will receive an injection of 11 million dollars from the provincial government for local projects.
Among the 20 local projects financed is one called Umbrella Chronicles, endowed with 2 million dollars. The tracks are striking considering that the name of the project could be derived from The Umbrella Chroniclesalthough the most revealing thing is that the film company behind Umbrella Chronicles is Raccoon HG Film Productions, the same company behind Resident Evil: Welcome To Raccoon Citywhich indicates that its sequel would have received the green light.
Sequel to Welcome To Raccoon City?
The film directed by Johannes Roberts, who is also its screenwriter, narrated the last days of Racoon City before its inevitable and tragic end, so its sequel would be easy to consider. However, it is important to note that Raccoon HG Film Productions might also be preparing a different Resident Evil movie with no connection to Welcome To Raccoon Cityso we will have to be aware of its official announcement.