Fan Resident Evil and Big players can look forward to Netflix’s live-action reboot this summer. Live streamer announced that the series – which takes place 14 years after a virus caused the apocalypse – will premiere on July 14. The new show is not to be confused with An anime adaptation of the survival horror video game debuted on the platform last summer.
The live-action series will star Lance Reddick (Wire, Pass away) as Albert Wesker, who fans will remember as a police captain who turns out to be a villain set to destroy humanity. Oh, and he’s a family man! Ella Balinska (Charlie’s Angels) was also cast in the series, as was Tamara Smart (The worst witch, Artemis Fowl). Participating in the program is also Siena Agudong (There are no good nicknames), Adeline Rudolph (The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Riverdale) and Paola Nuñez (Ugly for life).
We still don’t know many plot details, but here’s what Deadline Yes hitherto. The show takes place in 2036, almost 14 years after a virus has turned much of the world into blood-sucking zombies. Jade Wesker, the show’s protagonist, has yet to find out her father is an evil genius who works for the Umbrella Corporation, the Big Pharma company from the video game that develops biological weapons for the military. all over the world.
The film is set in New Racoon City, the new city built on Raccoon City, which has been dropped due to an outbreak of T virus. T-virus (also known as Tyrant Virus) is a virus capable of The highly infectious ability turns humans into bloodthirsty zombies and is featured in promotional stills for the live-action series. The show follows her daughter Wesker as she piece together the terrible truth behind what her father actually does for a living. We’ll likely learn more about what’s in store for New Racoon City once Netflix releases a preview trailer.
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