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Resident Evil
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Title: Resident Evil
Directed by: Alexander Witt
Written by: Paul W.S. Anderson
Produced by: Paul W.S. Anderson; Jeremy Bolt; Don Carmody; Bernd Eichinger; Samuel Hadida; Victor Hadida; Daniel S. Kletzky [1]; Hiroyuki Kobayashi; Robert Kulzer
Music by: Jeff Danna
Cinematography: Derek Rogers
Christian Sebaldt
Edited by: Eddie Hamilton
Distributed by: Impact Pictures
Constantin Film Ltd.
Sony Pictures Entertainment
Released: September 10th, 2004
Rating: R
Running time: 94 min.
Country: USA
Language: English
Budget: $45,000,000
Gross: $51,201,453 (US)
$78,193,382 (Foreign)
$129,394,835 (Worldwide)
Previous: Resident Evil (2002)
Next: Resident Evil: Extinction (2007)

Resident Evil: Apocalypse is an American feature film blending elements of action, horror and science fiction. It is the second film based on the popular Resident Evil video game series, which was first brought to unlife by Capcom in 1996 as Resident Evil, originally known as BioHazard in Japan. The film was directed by Alexander Witt with a screenplay written by Paul W.S. Anderson, who directed and wrote the first film. The movie stars Milla Jovovich reprising her role as Alice from the first film. It also stars Sienna Guillory as Jill Valentine, and Oded Fehr as Carlos Olivera - both of whom are characters featured in the video game series. Other cast members include Thomas Kretschmann as Major Cain, Jared Harris as Doctor Ashford, Sophie Vavasseur as Angie Ashford, Raz Adoti as Peyton Wells, Mike Epps as L.J., Sandrine Holt as Terri Morales, and Matthew G. Taylor as [[Matt Addison, aka "Nemesis". The movie was produced by Impact Pictures and Constantin Film Produktion and distributed through Screen Gems and Sony Pictures Entertainment. It premiered in the United States on September 10th, 2004.

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  • Copyright holder: © 2004 Davis Films/Impact (Canada) Inc./Constantin Film (UK) Limited
  • Taglines for this film include, "My name is Alice and I remember everything", "Our lives are in their hands", "The evil continues...", and "The infection is spreading faster than anyone could have anticipated".
  • Actor Derek Aasland is credited as Derek Asland in this film.
  • Actor Christopher Marren is credited as Chris Marren in this film.
  • Actor Joe Silvaggio is credited as Joey Beck in this film.
  • Actor Jasbir Mann is credited as Jazz Mann in this film.
  • Actor Robert Hall is credited as Rob Hall in this film.
  • Actor Yaron Betan, who plays a Raccoon City police officer, is uncredited for his participation in this film.
  • Actor Marc Gagne, who plays a featured undead, is uncredited for his participation in this film.
  • Actor Ben Moody, who plays an undead in an alleyway, is uncredited for his participation in this film.
  • Actor Michael C. Newsome, who plays a Raccoon City police detective, is uncredited for his participation in this film.
  • Actor Paul Puzzella, who plays a featured undead, is uncredited for his participation in this film.
  • Actor Avi Salem, who plays a refugee, is uncredited for his participation in this film.
  • This movie includes archival footage from Resident Evil with actor Eric Mabius as Matt Addison.
  • Director Alexander Witt makes an uncredited cameo appearance in the film as a sniper for the Umbrella Corporation.

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  1. Associate producer Daniel S. Kletzky is credited as Dan Kletzky in this film.

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