December 16, 2009 05:19:24 GMT
Announcing that she leaves Toronto, Canada after finishing production for the film, the actress says she has an idea about the next 'Resident Evil' sequel.
After being in Toronto, Canada since September for the production of "Resident Evil: Afterlife", Milla Jovovich has finally packed her bag to leave the country. On Tuesday, December 15, the actress took it to her Twitter page to announce her departure, writing "well got to get myself together and get on a plane soon! thanks so much every1! bye bye toronto, i'll miss you!"
In her previous updates, the depicter of the film's major character mentioned that she has finished shooting her parts for the film and hopes that she can work on the next "Resident Evil" movie. "just packing up the last bits and pieces of our life during 'RE Afterlife'. hope we can come back to it again in a few years!" she tweeted.
Additionally, without mentioning any name, she claimed there have been discussions about ideas for a possible follow-up to "Resident Evil 4". "we were already talking about ideas 4 the next one! lol! can't just disconnect from a world so close to us. always talking about it! Lol!" Jovovich wrote. "we have a very interesting idea about how to start the next film if we are given the chance to make another...."
"Resident Evil: Afterlife" will revolve around Alice, who continues on her journey to find survivors and lead them to safety in a world ravaged by a virus infection, where its victims are turned into the Undead. Her deadly battle with the Umbrella Corporation reaches new heights, but she gets some unexpected help from an old friend.
Originally scheduled to hit theaters on August 27, 2010, the fourth installment of the thriller film franchise is now slated for a January 14, 2011 release in the U.S. to give more time to director Paul W.S. Anderson to complete the "Resident Evil: Afterlife" in post-production. The movie has Boris Kodjoe, Ali Larter, and Wentworth Miller joining Milla Jovovich in the cast ensemble.