A Little Joy Is Bringing A Whole Lot Of Pain To Resident Evil Teaser #2

A Little Joy Is Bringing A Whole Lot Of Pain To Resident Evil Teaser #2

When the Umbrella Corporation''s dark secrets be revealed, Netflix, Constantin Film, and co-writer, showrunner, and EP Andrew Dabb''s (Supernatural) live-action series portrays Capcom''s "Resident Evil" video game franchise. Unfortunately, by the time that happens, it will already be too late by 15 years. Siena Agudong, Adeline Rudolph, Paola Nunez, Ahad Raza Mir, and Connor Gossatti are all actors, and now we

For a better understanding of how the dueling timelines are arranged to show us both the calm before the storm and the storm''s spread, see the new teaser below.

Here''s a look back at Netflix''s Resident Evil that was last seen yesterday, with the streaming series due to infect our screens on July 14th- and get ready to get 1971''s "I''d Like to Teach the World to Sing (In Perfect Harmony)" stuck in your heads for the rest of the day:

The series kicks off with "Welcome to New Raccoon City," and a series preview, which, as a result of the Locke & Key/Stranger Things story, may be the beginning of everything. Resident Evil, a new live-action series based on Capcom''s legendary survival horror franchise, is coming to Netflix, as part of two timelines, which allow for a wide variety of casting opportunities. As shown from previous descriptions

Jade and Billie Wesker, a fourteen-year-old sister, are moved to New Raccoon City. As their childhood is in full swing, the town is built on them, but the more they realize that the town is more than it is, and their father may be concealing hidden secrets. Secrets that might devastate the world.

Cut to the 2036 timeline, a decade into the future: there are less than fifteen million people left on Earth, plus more than six billion monsters people and animals infected with the T-virus. Jade, now thirty, struggles to survive in this New World, while her past secrets about her sister, her father, and herself continue to haunt her.

Mary Leah Sutton (The Following, Tell Me A Story) co-writes and serves as an executive producer, as well as Robert Kulzer and Oliver Berben of Constantin Film, with Constantin Film CEO Martin Moszkowicz producing.

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