Five additional movies with a total runtime of 14 years included her as the lead.
One of the first hugely popular video game crossovers was the 2002 release of the movie “Resident Evil,” which was based on the Japanese video game franchise of the same name created by Capcom.
First, while riding a motorbike during the sixth and last Resident Evil filming in South Africa, the actress’ stunt duplicate, Olivia Jackson, collided with a camera crane.
Several injuries, including a brain hemorrhage, a cut artery, a crushed and degloved face, several shattered bones, frayed nerves, and an amputated thumb, put her in a coma after this major tragedy, according to Deadline.
According to a story published by The Hollywood Reporter, she prevailed in her legal battle in a South African court, which determined that director Paul W.S. Anderson offered hazardous instructions that altered the original stunt.
But that didn’t happen until Netflix just unveiled two teaser trailers for a new Resident Evil TV series that will debut this summer and features Billie and Jade, two brand-new characters. Jovovich, however, has decided not to play Alice in another movie. This story was first reported on by Showbiz Cheat Sheet.
Reactions to What May Have Caused Milla Jovovich To Exit The "Resident Evil" Franchise?
Netflix is coming out with a show called Resident Evil which takes place in the New Raccoon City by the umbrella academy and Milla Jovovich isnt in them 💔 but it looks wild— 🦋 (@laurakatelynxo) June 22, 2022
Watching The Fifth Element. Milla Jovovich does not get the love she rightfully deserves sometimes as an actor. She's amazing as Leeloo and her other roles are just as great. Hell she lead the Resident Evil Franchise to over $1 Billion at the Box Office. She deserves it all.— Robert (@rothzell) June 27, 2022