Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
|There is a new main character in "Resident Evil: Apocalypse". Who is it?||Resident Evil
Jill Valentine. Paul W.S. Anderson is the writer of the second film.
Resident Evil: Apocalypse. "Resident Evil: Apocalypse" stars Milla Jovovich as Alice, Sienna Guillory as Jill Valentine, and Oded Fehr as Carlos Olivera.
property of Umbrella Corporation. When Alice is on the train, she looks inside her wedding band and reads what is written on the inside of the band.
|Who said the quote, "Is that how you thought all my dreams were going to come true?"||Resident Evil
Alice. Alice asked Spence that when he told her that they could still make it out of there and that the virus was worth a lot.
|Where was the T-Virus and the anti-virus the whole time?||Resident Evil
on the train. Rain asked Spence where the anti-virus was. He told her it was on the train the entire time.
mutate. Once the Licker feeds off DNA it will mutate and become a stronger, faster hunter.
the Licker. In the virus room the Red Queen tells that to Alice, Matt and Rain when they see the Licker eating Spence on a TV screen on a wall.
6. 1) In the Dining Hall B when Alice looks in the crate. 2) When the Licker busts out of it's crate. 3)When it is climbing on the walls in the utility tunnels. 4)When the Licker kills Spencer by the train.
5)In the virus room it pops through the glass. 6)On the train when it attacks Alice, Rain, Kaplan and Matt.
|Which one of the commandos got turned into a zombie first?||Resident Evil
J.D.. When J.D. put the code in the door in Dining Hall B, zombies pulled him inside when he got it opened.
Eric Mabius. Matt Addison was Lisa Addison's brother. Matt pretends to be a cop to get into the Hive. He wants to find out who betrayed his sister. He later finds out that Alice betrayed Lisa.
it escaped in the air conditioning system. The Red Queen told the remaining commandos that it had escaped in the air conditioning system. Spence breaks the vial with the T-virus inside.
Red Queen. Alice tells this to the Red Queen after she tells her, Matt, Spencer, Rain, and Kaplan what the zombies are and how to kill them.
Quote was from "Resident Evil".
Yes. She dies in "Resident Evil: Apocalypse", in the helicopter crash after she is impaled by a wrench. A team of Umbrella scientists later revive her to perform more tests revolving around her DNA and the t-virus that flows in her blood.
However, she once again uses her powers to escape from them. This leads to the ending of the movie, where Jill, Carlos, A.J., and Angela pick Alice up in a truck to drive her away from the Umbrella facilities that are holding her captive. Then, one of the scientists who Alice escapes from activates a program (much like the Nemesis program) that allows the audience to assume that Umbrella now has the possibility to control Alice and her actions. This is not further explained, for the movie ends with this major cliffhanger.
Dr. Ashford. This is explained in "Resident Evil: Apocalypse." It is actually modeled after his daughter, Angela Ashford, who appears as one of the lead characters in the second film.
Alice. As the city is being obliterated, the shock wave from the explosion causes the helicopter to rumble and shake as the gang flies to safety. A piece of metal hurtles towards Angela, but Alice jumps in front of it just in time to save her. She is impaled by the piece of metal and is found dead as the crash site.
|What is so ironic about there being a heatwave in Raccoon City in "Resident Evil: Apocalypse?"||Resident Evil
Throughout the process of making the movie, the air was actually freezing cold.. When they shot this movie in Toronto, it was freezing cold and, behind the scenes, mostly everyone wore heavy jackets. Hence, the irony revolves around the scenes being shot outside, in freezing cold weather, while the movie hints at there being a heatwave in the city.
You can even see the characters' breath throughout the process of the film!
|What two weapons does Nemesis possess in "Resident Evil: Apocalypse"?||Resident Evil
Rocket launcher and machine gun. In the game, "Resident Evil 3: Nemesis", he only carries a rocket launcher. However, in the movie, he carries both a rocket launcher and a machine gun (which was originally used as a prop for a helicopter machine gun). It was Paul Anderson's idea to give the beast a machine gun, in addition to the rocket launcher, so it would give it a more threatening appeal. He also didn't want to just copy all of the ideas from the third game without making any significant differences.
When Nemesis gets his first full-body shot (literally) on the big screen, he is seen using both weapons, as he eliminates many of the S.T.A.R.S. (Special Tactics and Resque Squad) members that he was originally programed to kill. He was programmed to do this because the surviving S.T.A.R.S. members knew many of Umbrella secrets. This is briefly reviewed in the movie (only shown in a newspaper clipping, I believe), so I will not go into further detail on this matter. However, if you've played the first "Resident Evil" game, you should know what I'm talking about.
|Is the word 'zombie' ever mentioned in either of the first two movies?||Resident Evil
No. Paul Anderson felt that this was more than just a "zombie-snuff-film", so he decided to leave it out of the script. This is also a reference to George Romero's original "Night of the Living Dead", in which the word 'zombie' is never mentioned.
|Who wrote the original script for the first "Resident Evil" movie, in 1999?||Resident Evil
George A. Romero. The original, 1999 script for 'Resident Evil' focused mainly on the games and was completely different than Paul Anderson's script. George Romero left the project due to reasons revolving around his other movies. These reasons have not been further detailed, but this was most-likely due to the fact that Romero was busy working on scripts for movies that he later released. Romero did not put an end to his passion of making zombie movies and he has made many successful zombie movies, such as "Land of the Dead."
Ocampo. In the novelization, her last name is 'Melendez', but in the movie it is not.
Rain Ocampo is the tough, somewhat masculine girl, who is one of the commandos in the special military unit that is sent down to investigate the Hive. As mentioned in the commentary, Michelle Rodriguez's favorite part of playing this role is the way she rolls her eyes slightly towards the back of her head. This gives her character a really rough, uncomfortable glare that suits her personality quite well.
It is never mentioned.. Although in the novelization of the movie, Alice's last name is said to be Abernathy, her last name is never mentioned in either of the two movies.
Alice is one of the commandos who is seized by Umbrella, after narrowly escaping out of the Hive, along with Matt Addison. She is then infected with the t-virus, but not to the extent to where she mutates (unlike poor Matt). For some, unknown reason, the t-virus makes her stronger, rather than mutating her completely. She then takes advantage of this infection, and uses her powers against her creator, Umbrella.
|Inside the complex Alice discovers Isaacs has been turned into a Tyrant. It doesn't take long before they meet each other and engage in a fight. At a sudden point of the fight they enter the laser room. How exactly does the tyrant die?||Resident Evil: Extinction
The lasers kill the Tyrant.. The lasers kill the Tyrant in the exact way that they killed One in the first "Resident Evil" movie. Alice manages to survive as the lasers suddenly stop before they touch her.
|Carlos, Alice and Claire find the main base of the Umbrella Corporation and decide they need to infiltrate it to acquire the helicopter, but thousands of zombies surround the main base. How do Alice, Carlos and Claire take care of the zombies?||Resident Evil: Extinction
Carlos sacrifices himself because he can't be cured anymore.. Carlos knows he isn't able to be cured anymore, so instead of becoming a zombie and attacking the rest, he sacrifices himself. He gives a last kiss to Alice before leaving. With a truck he drives towards the masses of zombies.
When he is finally in the middle of the biggest mass he lets the truck explode, killing himself and taking a lot of zombies along with him, into his grave. This enables the rest to get in the base and steal the chopper.
|At first Claire is hesitant to decide whether the information in the diary is reliable or not, but after a majority of the convoy votes, Claire agrees to go to Alaska. In order to succesfully finish the journey they need to find fuel in a nearby desert city. What city do they need to cross?||Resident Evil: Extinction
Las Vegas. They decide to go to Las Vegas because it is huge and the only nearby city with enough supplies. When they arrive there, however, they find out that the desert has taken the city back.
|The convoy secures an isolated area and decide to stay there for the night. In the morning however they notice that a threat has appeared. What threat has appeared?||Resident Evil: Extinction
Hundreds of zombie crows have gathered around the convoy. The crows apparently passed the desert city Las Vegas first, before discovering the presence of the convoy. Since the crows ate infected flesh they have been dangerous.
|Alice is constantly on the run as she needs to evade the Umbrella satellites trying to track her down. On her way she stops at a petrol station and finds something of grave importance. What exactly does she find?||Resident Evil: Extinction
A diary. The diary forces Claire to reconsider the possibilities the convoy has in front of them, and sets them down another path. The diary describes the infection rates in Alaska.
|Wesker commands Isaacs to turn zombies into viable work forces that aren't a threat to humans anymore. Is Isaacs succesful in this?||Resident Evil: Extinction
No. Though at first the zombies are intelligent, able to use items such as a camera and mobile phones, and even think, the effect is only temporary. Isaacs does manage to find an alternative use for the changed zombies though.
|When Alice is awake again she finds herself handcuffed. She is on a lower floor than the people who trapped her there and they throw her the key. Not long after however, they release creatures to kill Alice. What kind of creatures?||Resident Evil: Extinction
Zombie Dogs. Several zombie dogs are released to attack and kill Alice, but she manages to evade the dogs and kill some. When the dogs suddenly turn on their masters Alice escapes.
|When Alice is driving on her bike around the desert she receives an emergency call. She answers it and arrives at an abandoned place. There she encounters a crying woman holding a child. When the woman hands over the baby, Alice notices something peculiar. What does she discover?||Resident Evil: Extinction
The baby is a doll.. The woman and her sons use the alarm signal to lure in unsuspecting travellers. The doll is used to make the travellers lower their weapons and thus make them vulnerable.
No. Though Alice is shot in the beginning of the movie and dies, we later find out that it was just a clone of Alice. Umbrella is creating Alice clones in an attempt to reproduce the DNA of the original Alice.
|In the beginning of the movie "Resident Evil: Extinction" Alice can be seen moving through three familiar areas, which were present in the first "Resident Evil" movie. Why is that? ||Resident Evil: Extinction
They are used to test the Alice clones.. The clones are tested to see if they are able to survive the same trials as the original Alice did. If they are able to survive it would mean they are successful clones.