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Next 'Resident Evil' Movie Will be All CGI

by Rainier on Oct. 29, 2007 @ 3:51 p.m. PDT

Capcom and Sony Pictures Entertainment Japan have announced coproduction of Biohazard: Degeneration, the first full-length CG animation feature based upon the Biohazard/Resident Evil series of games and movies.

Biohazard, began as a hit international video game franchise created by Capcom, then made its debut on the silver screen as the live-action film Resident Evil (the international film title for Biohazard), distributed worldwide by Sony Pictures Entertainment. Resident Evil is the first trilogy of live-action movies to have come from a video game franchise. Capcom and Sony Picture's Japanese subsidiary SPEJ have teamed up to give birth to a CG-animated Biohazard with groundbreaking visual effects and a brand-new story line.

Since its initial release in 1996, the Biohazard series of games has established the "survival horror" genre and has shipped over a 33 million units worldwide, continuing to captivate its fans as a powerful property. Capcom will continue to release new games within the franchise, such as "Biohazard: Umbrella Chronicles" and "Biohazard 5"

The films "Resident Evil" and "Resident Evil 2: Apocalypse" have each grossed more than US$ 100 million at the Box Office internationally. "Resident Evil 3" aka "Biohazard 3" (debuting throughout Japan on November 3) has been the biggest hit of the series in the US to date, adding to the high performance and public support for this franchise.

The full CG animation feature "Biohazard: Degeneration" is currently in production, with plans for a terrifying release in 2008.

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