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A Resident Evil fight gone wrong left Robbie Amell with a nasty scar

A Resident Evil fight gone wrong left Robbie Amell with a nasty scar

Robbie Amell taking a fingernail in the flesh was an unfortunate accident, but it’s ironic considering how often Chris Redfield’s character is thrust into hand-to-hand combat with the undead. It’s a bit of life imitating art. “It was about finding that balance between, ‘We want these things to be dangerous and scary, but you still want them to look like the video game,'” he said. This meant that the zombies weren’t as stationary in the movie as they were in the first “Resident Evil” game, which accounts for a bit more intensity in the stage combat.

“It was great that they were still stuntmen, because they could give a bit more and take a harder hit than most actors would be willing to safely do.” Amel is right. Stuntmen are masters at their craft, so consider this another reminder that honoring stunts at the Oscars is long overdue.

“For example, in that fight scene in the dining room, they all make me look way more badass than I should,” Amell said. “Respect to all for what they did. It made everything feel authentic and scarier.” If you haven’t seen “Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City” every scene feels like a warm embrace from the game series, and that includes the adrenaline rush of zombies popping up out of nowhere and attacking characters like Amell’s Chris Redfield. Running away from infected cannibals has never been so much fun, and luckily for those watching at home, there’s no risk of zombie-inspired scars on your arm.

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