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Tuesday 16 September 2014

Milla up for fifth Resident Evil

Milla Jovovich would sign up for a fifth Resident Evil film

Milla Jovovich would sign on for a fifth Resident Evil film.

The Ukrainian born model and actress, who reprises her role as superhuman security officer Alice for the fourth instalment, Resident Evil: Afterlife, said: "Of course I would, it's a real family affair for us now.

"We put so much love and so much passion into these movies and I think people feel that or else we wouldn't be on number four... We really love what we do and we put so much energy into it so of course it'd be great to have another run, [and] we have a lot of great ideas for a new one," she said.

Playing Alice really gets Milla's adrenalin going.

"Alice is amazing. It's given me the opportunity to train with some of the most incredible people, to do some of the most incredible stunts, to fly - it's like Disneyworld to me. It's like this crazy, scary, violent Disneyworld," she joked.

Each Resident Evil movie has had "organic" origins, Milla explained.

"It's always been organic with Resident Evil. Every film comes out of inspiration. It's never a studio going, 'You need to have the script finished by this date' and it's like, 'Oh my God, what are we going to write?'" she said.

"Paul [WS Anderson, director] will get the inspiration and boom, he's tapping away for a week on the computer. He hands them a synopsis and says, 'Hey, this could be the direction for the new movie' and people are like, 'Alright, let's do it'."

:: Resident Evil: Afterlife will be released on September 10.

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