First Trailer For ‘Resident Evil: Welcome To Raccoon City’ Begins The Horror

The first trailer for the Resident Evil film reboot, Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City begins the horror anew.

Way back in 2017, it was revealed that a reboot to the Resident Evil franchise was currently in development. Not to be confused with the upcoming Netflix series, this announcement came off the heels of a long-running film franchise starring Milla Jovovich based on the video game franchise of the same name. While the film franchise had been successful, it was criticized by fans of the games for straying too far from the source material.

Over the years, a cast and crew for the film were slowly announced with plot details revealing that the new Resident Evil film’s main story would take inspiration from the first two video games in the franchise. Now at long last, a trailer for the film has been revealed, giving fans a better idea as to what they can expect from the new film.

You can see the first trailer for Resident Evil: Welcome to Racoon City below:

Here is a plot synopsis for the new Resident Evil film:

“In RESIDENT EVIL: WELCOME TO RACCOON CITY, once the booming home of pharmaceutical giant Umbrella Corporation, Raccoon City is now a dying Midwestern town. The company’s exodus left the city a wasteland…with great evil brewing below the surface. When that evil is unleashed, a group of survivors must work together to uncover the truth behind Umbrella and make it through the night.”

Written and directed by Johannes Roberts, the film stars Kaya Scodelario as Claire Redfield, Robbie Amell as Chris Redfield, Hannah John-Karmen as Jill Valentine, Avan Jogia as Leon S. Kennedy, Tom Hopper as Albert Wesker, Lily Gao as Ada Wong, and Donal Logue as Chief Brian Irons.

Resident Evil: Welcome To Racoon City is set to be released in theaters on November 24th, 2021. Stay tuned for all the latest news on the upcoming film and be sure to subscribe to Heroic Hollywood’s YouTube channel for more original content.

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