Based on the particular characters and events that coexist at the same time, Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City is configured to be a mix-and-match handbag of resident Evil‘s two original games. However, fans are spotting some interesting things in the film’s international trailer.
Two cinematic trailers have now debuted for Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City. The national trailer focuses on sharing brief action sequences with little context for the film’s overall narrative, while the international trailer focuses on the plot of the film and further portrays certain characters and their roles. . Oddly enough, there are scenes shown in the international trailer that collide with scenes shown in the national trailer, and entirely new footage is featured as well.
Most notably, the way the home trailer is edited makes it look like a single Claire Redfield, played by Kaya Scodelario, rides her motorbike in Raccoon City, the same way she gets to Resident Evil 2. However, Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon CityThe international trailer for opens with Claire apparently hitchhiking to Raccoon City with a tractor-trailer driver who has a Doberman Pinscher with him, and who also appears to be the same driver who delivers the trailer. iconic “Why did he bite me?” line of Resident Evil 2.
Interestingly, the driver’s yellow plaid shirt could identify him as Robert Kendo. If this is true, the character’s original role has been completely reworked to fit the film’s merged narrative, although it may just be a coincidence. The international trailer shows Holly de Barros’ Sherry Birkin interacting with her father, William Birkin, who is played by Neal McDonough. This hints that fans might see more of a father-daughter relationship established between the two before he mutated.
Leon S. Kennedy of Avan Jogia is seen interacting with Chief Brian Irons of Donal Logue, who also appears in a photo of the Great Lobby of the Raccoon City Police Department with Claire and Leon. Irons announces himself as his character on a police radio, and more is revealed in a scene in the compound parking lot where Irons confronts the Doberman, who is seen licking zombie flesh off the asphalt.
Based on the huge eyeballs emerging from the tissues of the flesh, one of the final shots in the international trailer reveals a gruesome take on one of William Birkin’s mutations, which was not featured in the other trailer. . This design is significantly different from traditional Birkin mutations, while the iconic Licker and Common Zombies are one to one in terms of how they compare to their appearances in Resident Evil 2.
Both trailers suggest that Claire seeks help from her brother, Chris, who is played by Robbie Amell. Chris walks over to the Spencer Mansion as she walks over to the RCPD, pointing out how the original games are mixed up Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City.
Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City releases November 24.
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The first trailer for Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City receives a mixed reaction from fans, but it seems to highlight RE’s roots.
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