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This is a no-brainer, but Milla Jovovich, star of the last four “Resident Evil” movies, says she’s pretty sure that a fifth film is going to happen, and that she and her director/husband Paul W.S. Anderson will “definitely” be making another one. In fact, says Jovovich, her hubby already “has some ideas” about the fifth movie.
With the fifth movie in the horizon, Jovovich says she and Anderson are soliciting advice from fans “on Twitter and stuff”. That sounds like an open invitation to tweet her to me. You can do so here.
Speaking of which, here’s what she said in her most recent tweet:
Thank you all so much 4 all your grt comments on the film! I’m SO happy u all love it!Hve fun watching #RE4 this weekend! Let’s do RE5 soon!
I’m definitely in the minority here, but I’d like to see Claire Redfield (Ali Larter’s character) either take over the franchise in the fifth movie (as was originally planned when they made “Extinction”), or gotten rid of completely. She’s simply superfluous to the franchise as it currently stands. I’m also not entirely sure what was the point in introducing Wentworth Miller’s Chris character; originally, I thought he might end up being Alice’s new love interest, but the indifference his character showed towards her (and vice versa) would seem to put the kibosh on that notion.
I wonder if this guy (below) will be back for a fifth movie. He sure had plenty of wink-wink time with Alice. The only one, in fact.