Milla Jovovich says audiences will “flip out” when they see her new film, Resident Evil: Afterlife.
The Ukrainian born model and actress reprises her role as superhuman security officer Alice in the fourth instalment of the action-horror movie.
“I’m blown away by the things that I’ve seen so far that we’ve done – I mean, we’re flipping out doing it, so I would imagine people will flip out seeing it,” she told Entertainment Tonight.
“It’s in 3D, which is making this movie just come to life in a way that none of the other films can even pretend to, because it’s sucking the audience in,” she said.
“It is just the most action-packed, the most crazy, full-on experience that you could imagine from a Resident Evil movie. I think it’s going to be sick!”
After playing Alice in four Resident Evil films, inspired by the video game, Milla said the character has become a part of her.
“I’m attached to her now. Now I feel in a sense like it’s family. It’s really kind of become such a huge part of my world, and the training process, and being able to just to go through all these adventures, it’s a lot of fun,” she said.
Resident Evil: Afterlife, directed by Milla’s English husband Paul WS Anderson and also starring Heroes actress Ali Larter and Prison Break star Wentworth Miller, will be released on September 10.