Resident Evil: Afterlife in 3D Might Be Pushed Back to 2011
Although they've already finished shooting the entire movie, Sony is delaying the release of Resident Evil: Afterlife because they're not sure they'll have enough time to finish all the 3D work. Look what 3D is doing to our movies! STYD reports that the original August 27th, 2010 release date for Resident Evil: Afterlife, which was the same date originally announced, has been filled by the manga-adapted movie Priest instead. That time will give them a few extra months to finish the 3D on the movie. But actress Milla Jovovich isn't so sure they're officially delaying it yet, as she had a few things to say on Twitter about this news. Read on!
Jovovich said this on Twitter: "RE Afterlife IS NOT officially pushed. There have been talks of pushing it as they [are] not sure they can have it ready by July. We [are] trying as hard as we can to still meet the summer deadline though, so for the moment its still on for August." If they still delay it, Resident Evil: Afterlife will open on January 14th, 2011 instead (the same day that Joss Whedon's Cabin in the Woods in 3D opens as well). Paul W.S. Anderson has returned to write and direct this fourth film in the Resident Evil franchise. He started the series back in 2002, but didn't direct any of the sequels. So who is looking forward to this?