Resident Evil: Apocalypse:MillaNews.com has posted 3 new shots of actress Milla Jovovich getting bloody and charred for scenes in the upcoming Resident Evil sequel!

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In addition, the production of the film came to an end last Friday in Toronto, according to The Hollywood Reporter:

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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.

Brian B.