Resident Evil movie’s first images show Claire Redfield and Lisa Trevor

We lastly have our very first take a look at the heroes of the brand-new Local Evil motion picture. The brand-new teaser images for Local Evil: Invite to Raccoon City display Claire and Chris Redfield, Leon S. Kennedy, Jill Valentine, and Albert Wesker, along with another character from the series — or what’s left of her.

The images start with a take a look at Claire, played by Crawl’s Kaya Scodelario, and Leon (Avan Jogia), as they venture into Raccoon City around the start of the zombie break out. Another picture includes Chris Redfield (Robbie Amell), Albert Wesker (Tom Hopper), Jill Valentine (Hannah John-Kamen), and Brad Vickers (Nathan Dales), all greatly armed, moving through the weird Spencer Estate. The last teaser image is of Lisa Trevor (Marina Mazepa), a character from the video games who was among Umbrella’s many gruesome guinea pig and appears to inhabit a likewise weird area in the motion picture.

Chris Redfield, Albert Wesker, Brad Vickers, and Jill Valentine from the Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City movie

Image: Sony Pictures

Welcome to Raccoon City is directed by Johannes Roberts (47 Meters Down) who stated, in an interview with IGN, the brand-new Local Evil motion picture’s structure is greatly influenced by Attack on Precinct 13, the 1976 John Carpenter motion picture where a mangy group protects a police headquarters from a mystical gang. This makes a great deal of sense, thinking about that Roberts likewise stated the current Local Evil 2 remake, which likewise greatly includes a police headquarters under siege, is among his most significant affects for the motion picture.

Lisa Trevor from the Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City movie

Image: Sony Pictures

The motion picture itself will be based upon the very first 2 Local Evil video games, and will be embeded in Raccoon City. According to Roberts, it will likewise have absolutely nothing to do with the previous Local Evil motion pictures and will rather take more motivation from the video games, choosing more straight-out scary than sci-fi action. Roberts likewise stated he wishes to do more than put the video games straight on screen, which it was essential for the motion picture to base on its own while still being devoted to the source product.

Local Evil: Invite to Raccoon City is set to be launched in theaters on Nov. 24.

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.