Release date for Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City postponed


Unfortunately, the release date of the Resident Evil movie, which will restart the series, has been delayed. The movie, which is normally expected to be released on September 3, was delayed for 2 months.

Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City, the new movie that will relaunch Capcom’s successful video game series Resident Evil’s movie franchise, was announced last year and its release date was also announced in the past months, but unfortunately this release date has been delayed.

Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City, which is normally expected to be released on September 3, 2021, has been postponed to November 24, 2021. The shooting of the movie had been completed in the past months. Unfortunately, it is not known why the movie was postponed. Sony yesterday morning; Another movie, Venom 2, was postponed, and Warner Bros postponed Mortal Kombat.

Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City director Johannes Roberts also said for the film that it would feel the atmosphere of the game and it would be really scary. In the movie, we will also see some of the iconic venues of the brand, such as the Racoon City Police Department and Spencer Mansion.

The cast and roles of the film are as follows: Kaya Scodelario (Claire Redfield), Hannah John-Kamen (Jill Valentine), Robbie Amell (Chris Redfield), Tom Hopper (Albert Wesker), Avan Jogia (Leon S. Kennedy), Neal McDonough ( William Birkin), Donal Logue (Chief Irons), Chad Rook and Lily Gao.

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