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New Resident Evil CGI film announced

Capcom has Degeneration to scare.

Capcom has announced a sequel to CGI film Resident Evil: Degeneration. It will be called Resident Evil: Damnation.

The film is in production now and aims for a 3D release in Japan in 2012.

Like in Degeneration, the main character will be Leon S. Kennedy. Other than that, no plot details were divulged.

Resident Evil: Degeneration, released in January 2009 in the UK, has now shipped more than 1.6 million DVDs around the world. The film made JPY 40 million at the Japan Box Office (£311,183).

The previous big-screen Resident Evil films fared much better. Their combined income was $380 million.

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