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Actress Sienna Guillory Returning As Jill Valentine For ‘Resident Evil 5’
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Jill Valentine

Another returning actor has been locked in for Paul W.S. Anderson‘s next feature, the fifth installment in the Resident Evil franchise, titled Resident Evil: Retribution.

Actress Sienna Guillory, who played the character of Jill Valentine in both Resident Evil: Apocalypse and Resident Evil: Afterlife, will be returning to the role in the new movie.

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Milla Jovovich To Reunite With Paul W.S. Anderson Once Again For ‘Resident Evil 5’
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That’s right, folks, another Resident Evil movie is on the way!

After 2010’s Resident Evil: Afterlife, that’s probably not exactly the most exciting thing to hear, but nevertheless, the fifth movie in the franchise is on the way, and it will be called Resident Evil: Retribution.

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Geek Find: Star Wars, Star Trek & Doctor Who Door Skins
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Doctor Who door skinA month ago, we wrote about a one-of-a-kind custom-made TARDIS bed that was up for auction in New Zealand with bids up to $4,200. If that’s something that caught your eye, then here’s something a little more affordable: a TARDIS door skin!

The people over at Fantasy Factor are selling this Doctor Who TARDIS door skin for $350 painted ($250 unpainted) right now, along with several other scifi-themed door skins.

See image at right of the TARDIS door skin; video below of several other versions, including those for Star Trek Holodeck, Star Wars Millennium Falcon, and a Tim Burton art style, as well as Avatar, and Resident Evil. There’s also dinosaur, cartoon, and princess themes.

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Flix Of Doom: Episode 11: ‘Resident Evil’ Films
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Resident Evil: AfterlifeCheck out Episode 11 of the Flix of Doom podcast, the official movie podcast of Geeks of Doom, September 13, 2010, with hosts Empress Eve and Justin Vactor. For this Resident Evil-themed episode, we take a look at the latest film, Resident Evil: Afterlife (in Eve-loving 3D!) as well as all the previous films in the series. And if anyone’s interested there’s also some movie news and box office results thrown in for good measure.

Click HERE to open the podcast player in a new window.

Full Episode Guide is here below, along with player.

Listen now!

E-mail us at flixofdoom [at] gmail.com
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SDCC 2010: ‘Resident Evil: Afterlife’ Panel With Milla Jovovich, Ali Larter & More
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The panel for Resident Evil: Afterlife was held at Comic-Con 2010 this past weekend. This is a movie with an uphill battle in front of it due to the fact that quality has seemed to go down with each new movie released since the first, and that it’s a movie that fully embraces the hostile 3D takeover currently going on.

The panel opens with the introductions of director Paul W.S. Anderson and stars Milla Jovovich, Ali Larter, and Wentworth Miller. They kick things off by premiering the exclusive look at the recently released first trailer in its 3D form. If you’ve not seen the regular 2D trailer, you can check it out below to see what was shown.

The first topic discussed is of course 3D, and Anderson goes into how he’s always liked 3D and always thought it was a great idea. But it wasn’t until James Cameron came around with Avatar that the director knew it was something really special, and that he not only needed his new movie in 3D, but he had to use the same cameras that Cameron used. He thinks eventually 3D will be the benchmark in filmmaking and he plans on making all of his movies using it from here on out.

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WonderCon 2010: ‘Resident Evil: Afterlife’ First Zombie Movie To Use James Cameron’s 3D Tech [w/Trailer]
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Geeks of Doom Invades WonderCon 2010

Resident Evil: AfterlifeWriter/director Paul W. S. Anderson joined Milla Jovovich and Ali Larter for an exclusive panel at WonderCon 2010 to discuss their recent efforts making Resident Evil: Afterlife — Alice (Jovovich) continues on her journey to find survivors and lead them to safety in a world ravaged by a virus infection that turns its victims into the undead.

But while this may be the fourth film in the franchise, it has plenty of “firsts” — the first in the series to be presented in 3D, the first film not named Avatar to use the three-dimensional technology developed by James Cameron, and also the first zombie film to use Cameron’s tech.

“James Cameron approached us about using the new technology and generously showed us a long portion of Avatar prior to its release. [Essentially] it convinced me that I should use 3D,” Anderson said, further explaining “to shoot and originate in 3D — not as a post process.”

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WonderCon 2010: Geeks of Doom Coverage
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Geeks of Doom Invades WonderCon 2010

I’m currently sitting on a flight bound for San Francisco where I will provide Geeks of Doom’s coverage of WonderCon 2010 — thus kicking off convention season, which is far more exciting than baseball and football season by default of it being acceptable for those in attendance to dress like The Batman and/or Slave Leia.

“Ridiculously excited” would be an obvious understatement.

Of course if you can’t make it to the convention this year, you can always follow @geeksofdoom on Twitter for all the latest news from WonderCon 2010 and also live vicariously through my own experience by following me at @tched.

This year the show is chock full o’ DC Comics panels — many of which feature new Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns. With the Blackest Night arc coming to a close, I’m extremely curious to hear what’ll be revealed about the next big DCU event, Brightest Day.

There’s also plenty of panels with creators and actors from this summer’s big movies — including Kick Ass, Prince of Persia, Resident Evil: Afterlife. There’s also some great stuff in TV with BBC showing the premiere of Doctor Who: Season 5 and a panel for NBC’s Chuck.

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Paul W.S. Anderson To Bring ‘The Three Musketeers’ To 3-D
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Three Musketeers

Paul W.S. Anderson, who is best known for his work as a writer, director, and producer in the world of video game movies, is lining up a new project to bring us a fresh take on the tale of The Three Musketeers, and it appears that it as well, will be in 3-D.

The Three Musketeers was first created in 1844 by Alexandre Dumas, and tells the tale of a man named D’Artagnan who wants to become a member of the King of France’s royal forces. While on his task, he meets a trio named Athos, Porthos, and Aramis, who are members of the Royal Guard and challenge him to a duel. Their competition is disrupted, but enough is seen for the Three Musketeers to welcome D’Artagnan in as a friend and fight by his side.

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WonderCon 09: SciFi Horror Thriller ‘Pandorum’ + Watch The Teaser Trailer
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The teaser trailer for Overture Film’s upcoming sci-fi/horror thriller Pandorum is now online. Watch it here below.

In the film, which is from producers of the Resident Evil film franchise, Dennis Quaid and Ben Foster star as two crew members who awake aboard an abandon spaceship out in deep space in a post-apocalypse situation. The two have no memory of who they are, how long they’ve been asleep, or what their mission was. At first they think that they are alone, but they soon discover that they’re not and the reality of their situation is more horrifying than they could have imagined.

Foster (X-Men: The Last Stand) appeared at Overture’s Pandorum panel on Saturday at WonderCon in San Francisco, where the trailer debuted, along with another clip from the film. Along with Foster, who plays Bower, were his co-stars German actress Antje Traue and world champion martial arts fighter Cung Le.

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