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In addition, the production of the film came to an end last Friday in Toronto, according to The Hollywood Reporter:
Writer/director Paul W.S. Anderson's Resident Evil: Apocalypse, budgeted at $40 million, wrapped principal photography on Friday in Toronto under the direction of Alexander Witt. Resident Evil, released in March, 2002, cost $30 million and grossed $39.5 million domestically and earned an additional $60 million at the international box office.
"We're taking the world of the first movie and colliding it head-on with the world of the game, specifically 'Resident Evil 3: Nemesis,"' producer Jeremy Bolt told The Hollywood Reporter. "All the action is above ground in an evacuated Raccoon City. The deadly T-virus is out, and the Umbrella Corp. has sealed the city."
Next up for the production team of Anderson and Bolt is a $50 million adaptation of Atari's best-selling Driver game. James DeMonaco, Todd Harthan and James Roday wrote the script that brings the franchise, which has sold more than 12 million units, to the big screen.