Paul W.S. Anderson Talks Resident Evil 3

by | December 10, 2004 | Comments

In an interview with Now Playing Magazine, director Paul W.S. Anderson tells the magazine what he would like to do for the next "Resident Evil" movie should there be another one: "The third movie I always saw as kind of a sequel, or a postscript, to the videogames, set slightly after the time of the videogames." Although it’s just a concept for now, Anderson says a third "Resident Evil" movie is very likely since the first two did so well. Maybe for the third movie, the studio can give controllers to the audience so they can control the characters on screen — just like a real video game!

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