Some Hollywood stars have invaded Japan when "Resident Evil: Afterlife" had its world premiere in Tokyo on Thursday, September 2. Since early that night, a number of fans had gathered in front of Roppongi Hills to catch a glimpse of the film's stars and they were not made disappointed since the main cast such as Milla Jovovich, Ali Larter and Wentworth Miller showed up.
By accident or not, Jovovich and Larter donned matching glittering dresses. The depicter of Alice looked skinnier in a loose golden short dress while her co-star showed off her baby bump in a purple dress. Miller, meanwhile, opted a formal black outfit for the event. During a photo session on the red carpet, they were joined by another cast member Mika Nakashima.
Interviewed during the special screening, the cast were gushing on the film to attract moviegoers to watch it. "The great thing about this franchise is each movie is superior than the one that came before. So this is definitely the best in the series plus we've got 3-D technology," "Prison Break" star Miller claimed.
"Resident Evil: Afterlife" will not open wide in U.S. theaters until September 10. Directed by Paul W.S. Anderson, this fourth installment of the sci-fi film franchise is made in 3-D. The story will still follow 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.
Interview with Milla Jovovich at the world premiere of "Resident Evil: Afterlife":
Interview with Ali Larter at the world premiere of "Resident Evil: Afterlife":
Interview with Wentworth Miller at the world premiere of "Resident Evil: Afterlife":
Interview with Mika Nakashima at the world premiere of "Resident Evil: Afterlife":