NYCC: Alice would survive within The Walking Dead

If there is one woman that could survive, if not thrive, in a world with slowly advancing zombies it would be Alice -- the character popularized by Milla Jovovich in the Resident Evil franchise.

During the promotion of her new film, Resident Evil: The Final Chapter, at the New York Comic Con, the only actress to play the lead in the franchise said that she wouldn't worry about survival of herself within the AMC franchise.

"(Alice) would kille it, are you kidding," Jovovich said. "She rules that world. I think they would be very, very lucky to have Alice as part of the crew."

The last film of the six will resume immediately following the events in Resident Evil: Retribution, with humanity flaling within Washington D.C.

Alice remains the sole survivor of against zombie hordes, and as such must return to where the sotry began - Raccoon City. The last installment will tie together the unanswered questions from the previous films with the Umbrella Corporation gathering forces for a final strike against the those that remain from the apocalypse.

The familiar pacing of the race-against-time will align Alice with old friends (Ali Larter), and an unlikely ally, to conclude with an action packed battle with zombie forces and some new mutant monsters that fans have come to expect.

The combination of reacquiring her superhuman abilities from Wesker and the pending fight with Umbrella, the final chapter is likley to be the most difficult for Alice as she attempts to save what is left of the world. Again.

Whether or not Alice would be able to save anyone from Lucille is a secondary thought, as she is usually left standing alone at the end of each film.

It is a fate that Jovovich says may befall the cast of TWD if she were to consider the hypothetical crossover.

"They would all die, of course," she said. "Everyone around Alice is always dying, so maybe they wouldn't be so lucky (to have her)."

Resident Evil: The Final Chapter is slated for January release.


The video game which spawned the film is set to make installment No. 11, Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, also with a January release. Like the upcoming film the video game is a surival-based game and remains developed and published by Capcom.

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