'Resident Evil: Retribution' Teaser Poster Brings Global Destruction
After quite an exciting teaser trailer, it sounds like fans are pretty stoked to see how Resident Evil: Retribution turns out when it hits theaters later this year. Now we have another piece of promotional material that keeps the hype machine going in the form of a teaser poster that shows the global destruction inevitable caused by Umbrella. Normally glossy photoshopped posters like this just annoy me, but I like the concept and use of the Umbrella logo in the water. If anything, maybe this global destruction means we're nearing the end of the franchise and Paul W.S. Anderson and Milla Jovovich can do something else.
Here's the teaser poster for Paul W.S. Anderson's sequel Resident Evil: Retribution via ComingSoon:
Here's another banner for Paul W.S. Anderson's Resident Evil: Retribution to go along with the one above:
Alice fights alongside the resistance movement in the continuing battle against the Umbrella Corporation.
Resident Evil: Retribution is once again directed by Paul W.S. Anderson, who started this series with Resident Evil in 2002, and came back for Resident Evil: Afterlife in 2010. He also directed Mortal Kombat, Event Horizon, AVP, Death Race and The Three Musketeers most recently. Sony / Screen Gems is bringing Resident Evil: Retribution to theaters in 3D starting on September 14th later this fall. Anyone interested?
Bring on the haters, but I love these films. Maybe that's because I'm a fan of the games though.
peloquin on Jan 30, 2012
I would say that I love to hate these films. Yes I do find them entertaining but at the end I have the regret of paying the ticket price to see it. And yet when they show it on cable, I still watch them hahahaha. I just really hope that this one takes place in more locations than the last one.
Chris Amaya on Jan 30, 2012
Only the first one was half way decent.
Frightened Inmate #2 on Jan 30, 2012
Cool poster. No interest in this though. They lost me after the third RE, and I kind of forced myself to see that. Skipped the last one.
grimjob on Jan 30, 2012
I don't understand, wasn't the world already destroyed at the beginning of the third one?
Boiler Bro Joe on Jan 30, 2012
Boiler, yeah, it was, in fact the third one shows the Earth as a lifeless desert world were only the walking dead and a few survivors inhabit the planet.
Hitmarkv on Jan 30, 2012
The poster are horrible as Im sure this movie will be aswell, i wanna know how these movies stiull get funding. But there is a bright side to these films, atleast they haven't been "rebooted"...........yet.......(sigh)
Liam Waite on Jan 31, 2012
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