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"This is a bloody tale of revenge.
これは、 血塗られた復讐の物語。
— Japanese tagline and translation

Resident Evil: Vendetta, known in Japan as BIOHAZARD VENDETTA (バイオハザード ヴェンデッタ?), is a 2017 feature-length CG film developed by a partnership between Capcom and Marza Animation Planet.

The film's style, a departure from the previous two films, was intended to welcome in more fans of anime such as PSYCHO-PASS and live-action horror films rather than cater entirely to established fans of the games. Vendetta was the first and only film in the CG franchise to recieve a limited theatrical run in the United States and Canada, which was hosted through Fathom Events.[1]

The events of the film sets in 2014, one year after the events of Lanshiang bioterror incident and Tall Oaks bioterror incident in Resident Evil 6.[2]


A Mexican Army team supervised by BSAA Captain Chris Redfield investigates a mansion linked to a B.O.W. smuggling operation, which is infested with zombies infected with a new viral strain. There he finds Glenn Arias, a black market dealer wanted by Interpol, but Arias gets away when the mansion explodes. He is soon joined by one of the BSAA's advisors, Dr. Rebecca Chambers, who begins developing drugs to combat the virus encountered in the mansion. The laboratory is attacked by one of Arias' accomplices at the end of her research, and Chris saves her from infection. Following the attack, they get the attention of DSO agent Leon S. Kennedy. Concluding Arias is involved in an upcoming terrorist attack they head out to New York to find him before it can take place.


The film was announced on October 15, 2015 in a mission statement on Marza Animation Planet's official website. It was referred to as a "reboot", though in regards to the staff being different from the first two, and not in terms of plot.[3] The official title was announced on March 25, 2016,[4] being formerly called "BIOHAZARD CG3".

Japanese filmmaker Takashi Shimizu served as the Executive Producer for the film. Shimizu is known for his directorship of such films as 2002's Ju-On: The Grudge and its 2004 American remake.

The film featured a promotional campaign, for Ducati Motor Handling, to feature their latest motorcycle, the XDiavel, which will be used by Leon in the climax of the film.[5]


Character English voice actor Japanese voice actor Motion capture
Chris Redfield Kevin Dorman Hiroki Tōchi (東地宏樹) Reuben Langdon

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Leon Scott Kennedy Matthew Mercer Toshiyuki Morikawa (森川智之) Jason Faunt
Rebecca Chambers Erin Cahill Ami Koshimizu (小清水亜美) Erin Cahill
Glenn Arias John DeMita Takuya Kirimoto (桐本拓哉) TBA
Diego Gomez Fred Tatasciore Ryūzaburō Ōtomo (大友龍三郎) TBA
Maria Gomez Cristina Vee Sayaka Ohara (大原さやか) TBA
D.C. Arif S. Kinchen Hayato Fujii (藤井隼) Dante Carver
Damian Arnie Pantoja Masaki Aizawa (相沢まさき) TBA
Nadia Kari Wahlgren Haruka Tomatsu (戸松遥) TBA
Patricio Alex Polinksy Tetsu Shiratori (白鳥哲) TBA
Aaron Jason Faunt Chikahiro Kobayashi (小林親弘) Jason Faunt
Cathy White Karen Strassman Meiko Kawasaki (川﨑芽衣子) TBA
Zack White Mary Elizabeth McGlynn TBA TBA
Patricio's wife Fryda Wolff TBA N/A
Patricio's daughter Unknown TBA N/A
Sarah Arias N/A N/A TBA
Alejandro Jason Hightower TBA TBA
Zombie Darin de Paul TBA TBA
Soldiers Orion Acaba

Brian T. Delaney
Tony Oliver
David Vincent

Additional voices Bridget Hoffman

Rif Hutton
Lex Lang
Misty Lee



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