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"Destinies intertwined. A world gone mad.
絡み合う運命。狂い出す世界。
"
— Early Japanese tagline and translation


Resident Evil: Death Island, also known in Japan as BIOHAZARD DEATH ISLAND (バイオハザード:デスアイランド?), is a feature-length CG film, directed by Eiichiro Hasumi and written by Makoto Fukami in collaboration with Capcom. A direct sequel to Resident Evil: Vendetta,[1] which was also written by Fukami, and the fourth prime continuity installment of the Resident Evil animated series, it was first released in Singaporean theatres on June 22, 2023, before being released to Japanese theaters on July 7, 2023, which is followed by an American release on July 25, 2023 via DVD & Blu-ray, among all other regions.

A monthly tie-in manga adaptation was released by Kadokawa to promote the film.

The events of the film take place in 2015, a year after the New York bioterrorist attack and two years before Ethan Winters became embroiled in the Baker House Incident seen in Resident Evil 7: Biohazard.[2]

Synopsis[]

"DSO agent Leon S. Kennedy is on a mission to rescue Dr. Antonio Taylor from kidnappers, when a mysterious woman thwarts his pursuit and lets the criminals escape. Meanwhile, Chris Redfield and Jill Valentine of the Bioterrorism Security Assessment Alliance, approach advisor Rebecca Chambers to assist in the investigation of a t-Virus outbreak in San Francisco, where the cause of the infection cannot be identified. As a result of TerraSave's cooperation, it is discovered that all the victims had recently visited Alcatraz Island. Chris and his party board a ferry to investigate the island, where a new horror awaits them."

Cast[]

Character English voice actor Japanese voice actor French voice actor Italian voice actor German voice actor Spanish voice actor[3] Latin American Spanish voice actor

(In Sync Post)[4]

Hungarian voice actor Brazilian-Portuguese voice actor Motion capture
Leon S. Kennedy Matthew Mercer[5] Toshiyuki Morikawa Maxime Van Santfoort Alessandro Rigotti Sascha Rotermund[6] Lorenzo Beteta Gerardo García Varga Gábor Daniel Müller TBA
Chris Redfield Kevin Dorman[7] Hiroki Tōchi Michelangelo Marche Stefano Crescentini Leonhard Mahlich Juan Amador Pulido Arturo Mercado Jr. Fekete Ernő Leonardo Rabelo TBA
Jill Valentine Nicole Tompkins[7] Atsuko Yuya Cathy Boquet Eva Padoan Magdalena Höfner Olga Velasco Claudia Contreras Szilágyi Csenge Andrea Murucci TBA
Claire Redfield Stephanie Panisello[7] Yūko Kaida Sophie Frison Rossella Acerbo Jenny Maria Meyer Ana de Castro Chris Liliana Barba Csuha Borbála Natália Alves TBA
Rebecca Chambers Erin Cahill[7] Ami Koshimizu Marie Braam Anna Gamburg Danai Querol Erika Ugalde Mentes Júlia Luísa Viotti TBA
Dylan Blake Daman Mills[8] Takehito Koyasu Simon Duprez Andi Krösing Alejandro Martinez Jaime Alberto Carrillo Patkós Márton Rodrigo Antas TBA
María Gómez Cristina Vee[8] Sayaka Ohara Myriam Catania Ronja Peters María del Mar Jorcano Angélica Villa Marcela Duarte TBA
Antonio Taylor Frank Todaro[8] Yôji Ueda Robin Brosch Abraham Aguilar Alfredo Gabriel Basurto Hannus Zoltán TBA
Ingrid Hunnigan Salli Saffioti[8] Yū Sugimoto Cinzia Massironi Nora Kunzendorf Gemma Martín Peller Anna TBA
JJ Lucien Dodge[8] Toshiki Masuda Oreste Baldini Bastian Sierich Fernando Cabrera Víctor Ugarte Manolo Rey TBA
William Gunner Isaac Robinson-Smith[8] Daisuke Hirakawa Rada Bálint TBA
Zach Alejandro Saab[8] Chiharu Sawashiro Gacsal Ádám TBA
SWAT Captain Bob Carter[8] Takaya Kuroda Varga Rókus TBA
Additional voices
Epres Attila
Pál Tamás

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