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"Witness the Beginning of Evil. "
— The film's tagline

Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City is a 2021 horror film directed by Johannes Roberts. The seventh film in Constantin Film's live-action franchise, this film is a reboot set in a new continuity separate from the prior universe overseen by writer-director Paul W.S. Anderson which ended with 2017's Resident Evil: The Final Chapter.[6]

The film is an adaptation of both Resident Evil and its sequel and borrows elements from the original games as well as the modern remakes.[7] The film stars Robbie Amell, Hannah John-Kamen, Avan Jogia, Kaya Scodelario, Tom Hopper and Neal McDonough.[8]

Summary

"Returning to the origins of the massively popular RESIDENT EVIL franchise, fan and filmmaker Johannes Roberts brings the games to life for a whole new generation of fans.

Once the booming home of pharmaceutical giant Umbrella Corporation, Raccoon City is now a dying Midwestern town. The company's exodus left the city a wasteland... with great evil brewing below the surface.

When that evil is unleashed, the townspeople are forever changed and a small group of survivors must work together to uncover the truth behind Umbrella and make it through the night.
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— Official website [9]

Cast

Actor Character
Kaya Scodelario Claire Redfield
Robbie Amell Chris Redfield
Tom Hopper Albert Wesker
Avan Jogia Leon S. Kennedy
Hannah John-Kamen Jill Valentine
Donal Logue Brian Irons
Neal McDonough William Birkin
Holly de Barros Sherry Birkin
Josh Cruddas Ben Bertolucci
Marina Mazepa Lisa Trevor
Chad Rook Richard Aiken
Lily Gao Ada Wong
Dylan Taylor Kevin Dooley
Nathan Dales Brad Vickers
Janet Porter Annette Birkin
Sammy Azero Enrico Marini
Lily Gail Reid Young Claire Redfield
Daxton Grey Gujral Young Chris Redfield
Pat Thornton "Trucker"
Jenny Young Louise
Stephannie Hawkins "Sickly Mom" (uncredited)
Nathaniel McParland "Sickly Boy"
Pamela MacDonald "Nurse"
Heloise Catherine Pead Galvin Alexia Ashford
Sophia Ann Pead Galvin Alfred Ashford
Carson Manning "Orderly" (uncredited)
Matthew MacCallum "Turning Around Zombie"
"Dining Hall Chernobyl Zombie #1"
Jason Lee Bell "Lipless Zombie"
"Dining Hall Chernobyl Zombie #2"
Avaah Blackwell "Dooley Zombie"
"Dining Hall Chernobyl Zombie #3"
Kalie Hunter "Chernobyl Zombie #1"
Andrea Ciacci "Chernobyl Zombie #2"
Kelly Reich "Female in Crowd (RCPD)"
Robert Chaumont "Male in Crowd (RCPD)"
Aleks Alifirenko Jr. "Zombie" (uncredited)
Darren W. Marynuk "Trucker" (uncredited stunt double)
Amy Szoke "Corridor Zombie #1"
Claire Redfield (stunt double)
Sherry Birkin (stunt double)
Alex Armbruster "Crimson Head Zombie"
Leon S. Kennedy (stunt double)
Geoff Meech Chris Redfield (stunt double)
Bas Reitsma William Birkin (stunt double)
Aj Risi Ben Bertolucci (stunt double)
Ana Shepherd Claire Redfield (stunt double)
Don Stockford Brian Irons (stunt double)

Soundtrack

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Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) features the film's original score composed by Mark Korven. The soundtrack was released by Milan Records on November 19, 2021.

The film also features the use of several songs not included on the score, including (arranged by chronological appearance):

Artist Song
Webb Pierce More and More
The Cardigans My Favorite Game
Richard & Linda Thompson I Want To See The Bright Lights Tonight
Bonnie Tyler It's A Heartache
Jennifer Paige Crush
Journey Any Way You Want It
4 Non Blondes What's Up?
Ludwig van Beethoven Moonlight Sonata
Jess Thristan Time of Our Lives

Home releases

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Sony Pictures Home Entertainment released Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City digitally on December 21, 2021 and was released on DVD, Blu-Ray, and 4K Ultra HD on February 8th, 2022.[10]

The Blu-Ray and 4K releases include the featurettes "Replicating the DNA of Resident Evil", "Cops, Corpses and Chaos" and "Zombies, Lickers and the Horrors of Resident Evil".

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