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"Experimentation...Evolution...Extinction "
— The film's tagline

Resident Evil: Extinction is a 2007 science fiction action horror film. It is the third installment in the series of film adaptations based on the Capcom survival horror series Resident Evil. The film follows the amnesiac heroine Alice, along with a group of survivors from Raccoon City, as they attempt to travel across the Mojave desert wilderness to Alaska and escape a zombie apocalypse. The film was directed by Russell Mulcahy.

The film was released in the United States on September 21, 2007, and was commercially successful, grossing $147,717,833 worldwide, however, it received many negative reviews from critics. The film was released on DVD and Blu-ray in North America on January 1, 2008.

Cast

Character Actor/Actress
Alice Milla Jovovich
Carlos Olivera Oded Fehr
Claire Ali Larter
Dr. Isaacs Iain Glen
Betty Ashanti
Mikey Christopher Egan
K-Mart Spencer Locke
Slater Matthew Marsden
Chase Linden Ashby
Albert Wesker Jason O'Mara
L.J. Mike Epps
Otto Joe Hursley
Umbrella Tech John Eric Bentley
Lab Tech James Tumminia
Scientist Kirk B.R. Woller
Ice Hockey Rick Cramer
White Queen Madeline Carroll
British Envoy Peter O'Meara
French Envoy William Abadie
Runty Ramon Franco
Piggy Shane Woodson
Ma Valorie Hubbard
Pock Mark Geoff Meed
Eddie Rusty Joiner
Rancid Brian Steele
Small Boy Connor McCoy
Tyrant Brain Steele
Corridor Guard Rick Cramer
Tyrant Voice Gary Hecker

Release Information

The following is a list of release dates worldwide. As cited on the official Resident Evil: Extinction website, where it shows World Wide Release dates[1]

Release date Country
September 21, 2007 United Kingdom
September 21, 2007 Canada
September 21, 2007 Republic of Ireland
September 28, 2007 Sweden
October 3, 2007 France
October 4, 2007 Australia
October 5, 2007 Italy
October 5, 2007 Brazil
October 11, 2007 Portugal
October 18, 2007 Netherlands
October 19, 2007 Poland
October 24, 2007 Belgium
October 31, 2007 Spain
November 2, 2007 Suomi, Mexico
November 8, 2007 Argentina
November 10, 2007 Central America
November 23, 2007 Uruguay

Soundtrack

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Resident Evil: Extinction (Original Motion Picture Score) features the film's original score composed by Charlie Clouser.[2] The soundtrack was released on December 18, 2007.

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Resident Evil: Extinction - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack is the final 'various artists' soundtrack in the series. It includes music from groups such as Shadows Fall, Flyleaf, Aiden, Poison The Well, Emanuel, Collide, and Bayside. The European release features bonus tracks by Overkill and Nightwish, while the Japanese release features Koda Kumi's "Last Angel" which was heavily used in the Japanese promotional material. The soundtrack was promoted on MySpace in August and released on September 18, 2007.

The film also features the use of "In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida" by Iron Butterfly, which is not included on the score. The song used in the film's teaser is "I Know It's You" by The Crystal Method which neither appears in the film nor on the soundtrack.

Home releases

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Sony Pictures Home Entertainment released Resident Evil: Extinction on DVD, Blu-Ray, and HDDVD on January 1, 2008.

Extras on the DVD include Commentary by director Russell Mulcahy, writer Paul W.S. Anderson and producer Jeremy Bolt, the Beyond Raccoon City: Unearthing Resident Evil: Extinction featurette, 11 deleted scenes, and a sneak peek at Resident Evil: Degeneration.

The Blu-Ray release features "Under The Umbrella: Picture-In-Picture" which features several interviews with the cast and crew, storyboards, production photography and behind-the-scenes footage, as well as several additional 'Making Of' featurettes including Alice Vision: Preproduction, The Big Bang: Shooting Resident Evil: Extinction, Bigger, Faster, Stronger: The Undead Evolve, and Vegas Visual Effects: Miniatures.

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