– From June 4th: Milla Jovovich’s six cult appearances in the game adaptation series around the clock on Sky Cinema Resident Evil
– Milla Jovovich als Action-Amazone in “Resident Evil”, “Resident Evil: Apocalypse (Extended Version)”, “Resident Evil: Extinction”, “Resident Evil: Afterlife”, “Resident Evil: Retribution” und “Resident Evil: The Final Chapter”
– The three animation hits: “Resident Evil: Degeneration”, “Resident Evil: Damnation” and “Resident Evil: Vendetta” also included
– All “Resident Evil” crackers can also be called up at any time with Sky Q and Sky Ticket streaming service
Unterföhring (ots) – May 12, 2021 – There is no other boom: Hardly any actress has shaped the action film in the last few decades as much as Milla Jovovich with her appearances as a cool fighter in the film adaptations of the game series “Resident Evil”. Six times she fought hard for the survival of mankind and put an end to countless zombies and nasty monsters. From June 4th, Sky will show all six iconic films from “Resident Evil” to “Resident Evil: The Final Chapter”. There are also the three “Resident Evil” animation hits. All nine films can also be accessed at any time with the Sky Ticket streaming service.
It all started with “Resident Evil” (2001): A virus breaks out in an underground genetic research factory of the Umbrella Corporation. The building is automatically cordoned off. Security chief Alice (Milla Jovovich) barely escapes her life and tries to get things under control in the sprawling laboratory complex. However, she soon finds out that the virus is turning people into snappy zombies. In “Resident Evil: Apocalypse” (2004), Alice moves to Raccoon City for the first time, which fans of course know from the video game of the same name that was first released in 1996. There she has to save survivors from the approaching zombie herd.
In “Resident Evil: Extinction” (2007), the heroine, who is genetically manipulated and therefore immune to the virus, tries to destroy the pharmaceutical company Umbrella, who is responsible for the whole zombie mess. Which doesn’t quite work because the boss can escape, so Alice saves herself to Alaska in “Resident Evil: Afterlife” (2010). In order to finally save more survivors from the assassinating zombie mob in LA. In “Resident Evil: Retribution” (2012) she has to fight her way out of a deadly dungeon of Umbrella again in the classic way. In the final fight against the zombie plague, there is hope in the form of an antivirus in “Resident Evil: The Final Chapter” (2016). The problem: It is hidden deep in a bunker in Raccoon City. There’s only one for the job: Alice.
While real film inventor Paul WS Anderson, who directed and wrote the script for all films, invented a new addition to the most famous survival horror game series of all time with the character Alice, the three previous animated films are closer to the games. In “Resident Evil: Degeneration” (2008), “Resident Evil: Damnation” (2012) and “Resident Evil: Vendetta” (2017), Agent Leon Kennedy fights around the world against outbreaks and terrorist attacks by and with killer viruses and warfare agents who turn people into zombies.
All Resident Evil films will run 24/7 on Sky Cinema Resident Evil on Sky Cinema Special from June 4th to 10th. All films can also be called up at any time with Sky Q and the Sky Ticket streaming service.
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