Resident Evil Welcome to Raccoon City: the first official Italian trailer of the new live action film arrives

Return to the undead haunted streets with the first official trailer for Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City, the reboot of the film saga based on Capcom’s survival horror video game series.

Below we can admire the trailer, in Italian and in the original language, that Sony Pictures has published online and that shows us how this film has every intention of being more faithful than ever to the iconic videogame saga.

Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City is like the game we love so much in the first official trailer

The road sign welcoming Raccon City, the post-apocalyptic nocturnal atmospheres, the entrance to the police station, the famous Spencer villa and even the famous scene of the kneeling and three-quarter turning zombie, a sequence that has almost become representative of the saga itself.

Director Johannes Roberts (The forest of the damned, 47 meters) who wrote and directed the film, explained that the events of the film are based on the first two games of the saga, with Resident Evil 2 Remake still remaining the main source of inspiration.

Synopsis of the film

Raccoon City, once a thriving home of the pharmaceutical giant Umbrella Corporation, is now a dying city in the American Midwest.

The company’s exodus has turned the city into a wasteland… where a huge evil hatches beneath the surface. And when this evil is unleashed, citizens change… forever.

A small handful of survivors will have to work together to unmask the truth behind the Umbrella and be able to survive the night.

When does Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City come out?

Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City will debut in theaters in the stars and stripes next November 24, while the Italian release date has not yet been formalized, a revelation that we hope will arrive as soon as possible.

In the cast of the film we find, among others, Avan Jogia in the role of Leon S. Kennedy, Kaya Scodelario in those of Claire Redfield, Hannah John-Kamen like Jill Valentine, Robbie Amell in the role of Chris Redfield, Tom Hopper in the role of Albert Wesker e Nathan Dales to play Brad Vickers.

What do you think? Did you have any positive impressions with this first trailer? Let us know with your comment below.

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