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The Horror Geek presents: Afterlife begins in September—Resident Evil: Afterlife, that is

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Resident Evil Apocalypse

With news that a fourth Resident Evil film was in the works only being confirmed recently, it's pretty impressive that a shooting date has already been lined up. These guys don't screw around when they decide to make a zombie flick…

Production Weekly is reporting that the newest Resident Evil film, titled Resident Evil: Afterlife is set to begin shooting this September 28th in Toronto. No real details have emerged yet (although the film is currently slated for a September 17th, 2010 release date). We do know this much—the newest outing will take place in Tokyo. I figure it's safe to assume that Milla Jovovich will return, but that's not official at this point.

Find more on The Horror Geek blog.

 

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Series: Resident Evil  
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the only "detail" need

the only "detail" need revealing is that this movie (like the previous three train wrecks) is going to suck, lol.

I'd say that's probably a

I'd say that's probably a safe bet.

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