It seems Capcom might be gearing up to unveil another chapter in the storied Resident Evil franchise, if assets that popped up on Xbox.com are to be believed.
With Fox's 'Gotham' set to put a whole new spin on the Batman saga, it seems Resident Evil might be getting similar treatment in the very near future.
Better make yourself a Jill sandwich (we'll never forget/forgive Capcom for that one), because Resident Evil is being remade... again.
The sixth 'Resident Evil' film is being planned as the last movie of the series, according to longtime director and husband of Alice, Paul W.S. Anderson.
The Continue? guys and their special guests recount the creepiest moments in the history of the greatest survival horror franchise in history.
Similar to Albert Wesker, Paul W.S. Anderson's 'Resident Evil' cinematic series just won't die.
There's always room for another Bio Organic Weapon/zombie outbreak in the world of Leon Kennedy and Chris Redfield.
The folks at Capcom are holding a contest that tasks you with conjuring up your favorite Resident Evil moments. The prize? The chance to be in an upcoming Capcom game.
A part-time music teacher named Takashi Niigaki has claimed that he served as a ghost composer for "Japan's Beethoven," Mamoru Samuragochi.
There have been five live-action 'Resident Evil' films made, and it wasn't until the most recent ('Resident Evil: Retribution'), that all the main characters from the video game series were finally introduced. Over the past decade, Paul W.S. Anderson has been doing his best to damage the brand Capcom has so carefully curated since Resident Evil arrived on the PlayStation in 1996. Since 2002, no film franchise has been as bafflingly popular, so we figured we'd check in on the cast to see why they keep agreeing to star in this continually expanding series.