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Milla Jovovich Lands Role as Hellboy’s ‘Blood Queen’

According to Deadline, Milla Jovovich will appear as the title villain in Neil Marshall’s Hellboy: Rise of the Blood Queen.

Jovovich is no stranger to horror (or action films for that matter), recently ending her popular Resident Evil series.

Jovovich will  join Stranger Things‘ David Harbour as Hellboy, and Ian McShane, who was just cast as “Big Red’s” mentor Professor Trevor Bruttenholm, in the upcoming film.

Andrew Cosby is also working on the latest draft of a script by Christopher Golden and Hellboy creator Mike Mignola and Aron Coleite. read more

Constantin Film to Produce New ‘Resident Evil’ Reboot Movie

Just four days after Resident Evil: The Final Chapter hit retail shelves on home video formats, Constantin Film has announced that they will be continuing the franchise in the form of an upcoming reboot movie. Constantin’s board chairman,  Martin Moszkowicz, confirmed to Variety at Cannes Film Festival that the project (based loosely on the popular Capcom video game series) is currently in development. 

It isn’t surprising that Constantin wouldn’t want to stop at The Final Chapter… the film earned over $312 million worldwide on a budget of just $40 million (low by big action movie standards). While interest in the franchise has waned in the United States over the years, its recent entries have been smash hits in international markets like China. read more

Official Trailer for Resident Evil: The Final Chapter Arrives

Sony has released the official trailer for Resident Evil: The Final Chapter, which is set to debut in theaters on January 27, 2017.

Milla Jovovich once again reprises her role as Alice, the zombie-slaughtering protagonist of the Resident Evil film franchise. The latest installment, which is said to pick up immediately after the end of Resident Evil: Retribution, finds Alice heading back to Raccoon City to end the zombie plague once and for all.

Familiar faces, both behind and on screen return for the franchise finale. Jovovich’s husband, Paul W.S. Anderson once again returns to direct. Other familiar faces include Ali Larter (Claire Redfield), Shawn Roberts (Albert Wesker), and Iain Glen (Dr. Alexander Isaacs). read more