After six movies and a deceptively large worldwide audience , the Resident Evil film franchise recently came to an end with the release of January's Resident Evil: The Final Chapter . Under the stewardship of writer/director/producer Paul W.S. Anderson, the series gave audiences a different type of zombie movie—one where flashy visuals and video game action redefined the genre at the start of the 21st century. That first movie set the tone for the saga to come, and as we celebrate its 15th anniversary on March 15, take a look at 10 facts about the original Resident Evil .

George Romero basically created the zombie movie genre with 1968’s Night of the Living Dead , and his signature undead style had a huge influence on the original  Resident Evil video game series. So the decision to bring him on to write and direct the first movie was a virtual no-brainer. Video game studio Capcom and Sony came to an agreement with the horror legend in 1998 to bring the film to life, and despite not being familiar with the game series (he researched by watching someone else play the games), Romero wrote a script that closely followed the events of the first Resident Evil title.

Despite early enthusiasm from everyone involved, Romero’s script treatment was eventually rejected and he was fired. “Romero’s script wasn’t good, so Romero was fired,” Capcom producer Yoshiki Okamoto tersely said of the ordeal. That’s not to say Romero never directed anything Resident Evil -related. Before the movie fell through, he was at the helm of a live-action commercial for the  Resident Evil 2  video game that only aired in Japan. (You can watch it above.)

The evil twin is an antagonist found in many different fictional genres . They are physical copies of protagonists , but with radically inverted moralities . In filmed entertainment, they can have obvious physical differences with the protagonist—such as facial hair (often a goatee ), eyepatches , scars or distinctive clothing—that make it easy for the audience to visually identify the two characters. Sometimes, however, the physical differences between the characters will be minimized, so as to confuse the audience. Both roles are almost always played by either the same actor or the actor's actual twin (if the actor has one).

Though there may be moral disparity between actual biological twins , the term is more often a misnomer . In many cases, the two look-alikes are not actually twins, but rather physical duplicates produced by other phenomena (e.g. alternate universes ). In others, the so-called "evil" twin is more precisely a dual opposite to their " good " counterpart, possessing at least some commonality with the value system of the protagonist.

In literature , Beowulf has been cited as an early example of the evil twin story. Although it does not feature biological twins or even characters that seem to have similar appearances, the precise language suggests that the monsters are evil reflections of the hero. [4]

After six movies and a deceptively large worldwide audience , the Resident Evil film franchise recently came to an end with the release of January's Resident Evil: The Final Chapter . Under the stewardship of writer/director/producer Paul W.S. Anderson, the series gave audiences a different type of zombie movie—one where flashy visuals and video game action redefined the genre at the start of the 21st century. That first movie set the tone for the saga to come, and as we celebrate its 15th anniversary on March 15, take a look at 10 facts about the original Resident Evil .

George Romero basically created the zombie movie genre with 1968’s Night of the Living Dead , and his signature undead style had a huge influence on the original  Resident Evil video game series. So the decision to bring him on to write and direct the first movie was a virtual no-brainer. Video game studio Capcom and Sony came to an agreement with the horror legend in 1998 to bring the film to life, and despite not being familiar with the game series (he researched by watching someone else play the games), Romero wrote a script that closely followed the events of the first Resident Evil title.

Despite early enthusiasm from everyone involved, Romero’s script treatment was eventually rejected and he was fired. “Romero’s script wasn’t good, so Romero was fired,” Capcom producer Yoshiki Okamoto tersely said of the ordeal. That’s not to say Romero never directed anything Resident Evil -related. Before the movie fell through, he was at the helm of a live-action commercial for the  Resident Evil 2  video game that only aired in Japan. (You can watch it above.)

The evil twin is an antagonist found in many different fictional genres . They are physical copies of protagonists , but with radically inverted moralities . In filmed entertainment, they can have obvious physical differences with the protagonist—such as facial hair (often a goatee ), eyepatches , scars or distinctive clothing—that make it easy for the audience to visually identify the two characters. Sometimes, however, the physical differences between the characters will be minimized, so as to confuse the audience. Both roles are almost always played by either the same actor or the actor's actual twin (if the actor has one).

Though there may be moral disparity between actual biological twins , the term is more often a misnomer . In many cases, the two look-alikes are not actually twins, but rather physical duplicates produced by other phenomena (e.g. alternate universes ). In others, the so-called "evil" twin is more precisely a dual opposite to their " good " counterpart, possessing at least some commonality with the value system of the protagonist.

In literature , Beowulf has been cited as an early example of the evil twin story. Although it does not feature biological twins or even characters that seem to have similar appearances, the precise language suggests that the monsters are evil reflections of the hero. [4]

Not inherently evil, elemental power can be mastered by those with both malevolent and benign intentions. The Elemental Evil Player’s Companion provides everything players need to build a character that is tied directly into the Elemental Evil storyline.

New race options include the aarakocra, deep gnome, genasi, and goliath. Additionally, a plethora of new spells put the elements directly at your command.

The Elemental Evil Player’s Companion , was original designed by Richard Baker, Robert J. Schwalb and Stephen Schubert, with additional design and development by Wizards D&D R&D.

After six movies and a deceptively large worldwide audience , the Resident Evil film franchise recently came to an end with the release of January's Resident Evil: The Final Chapter . Under the stewardship of writer/director/producer Paul W.S. Anderson, the series gave audiences a different type of zombie movie—one where flashy visuals and video game action redefined the genre at the start of the 21st century. That first movie set the tone for the saga to come, and as we celebrate its 15th anniversary on March 15, take a look at 10 facts about the original Resident Evil .

George Romero basically created the zombie movie genre with 1968’s Night of the Living Dead , and his signature undead style had a huge influence on the original  Resident Evil video game series. So the decision to bring him on to write and direct the first movie was a virtual no-brainer. Video game studio Capcom and Sony came to an agreement with the horror legend in 1998 to bring the film to life, and despite not being familiar with the game series (he researched by watching someone else play the games), Romero wrote a script that closely followed the events of the first Resident Evil title.

Despite early enthusiasm from everyone involved, Romero’s script treatment was eventually rejected and he was fired. “Romero’s script wasn’t good, so Romero was fired,” Capcom producer Yoshiki Okamoto tersely said of the ordeal. That’s not to say Romero never directed anything Resident Evil -related. Before the movie fell through, he was at the helm of a live-action commercial for the  Resident Evil 2  video game that only aired in Japan. (You can watch it above.)

The evil twin is an antagonist found in many different fictional genres . They are physical copies of protagonists , but with radically inverted moralities . In filmed entertainment, they can have obvious physical differences with the protagonist—such as facial hair (often a goatee ), eyepatches , scars or distinctive clothing—that make it easy for the audience to visually identify the two characters. Sometimes, however, the physical differences between the characters will be minimized, so as to confuse the audience. Both roles are almost always played by either the same actor or the actor's actual twin (if the actor has one).

Though there may be moral disparity between actual biological twins , the term is more often a misnomer . In many cases, the two look-alikes are not actually twins, but rather physical duplicates produced by other phenomena (e.g. alternate universes ). In others, the so-called "evil" twin is more precisely a dual opposite to their " good " counterpart, possessing at least some commonality with the value system of the protagonist.

In literature , Beowulf has been cited as an early example of the evil twin story. Although it does not feature biological twins or even characters that seem to have similar appearances, the precise language suggests that the monsters are evil reflections of the hero. [4]

Not inherently evil, elemental power can be mastered by those with both malevolent and benign intentions. The Elemental Evil Player’s Companion provides everything players need to build a character that is tied directly into the Elemental Evil storyline.

New race options include the aarakocra, deep gnome, genasi, and goliath. Additionally, a plethora of new spells put the elements directly at your command.

The Elemental Evil Player’s Companion , was original designed by Richard Baker, Robert J. Schwalb and Stephen Schubert, with additional design and development by Wizards D&D R&D.

The epistemic question posed by evil is whether the world contains undesirable states of affairs that provide the basis for an argument that makes it unreasonable to believe in the existence of God.

The term “God” is used with a wide variety of different meanings. These tend to fall, however, into two main groups. On the one hand, there are metaphysical interpretations of the term: God is a prime mover, or a first cause, or a necessary being that has its necessity of itself, or the ground of being, or a being whose essence is identical with its existence. Or God is not one being among other beings—even a supremely great being—but, instead, being itself. Or God is an ultimate reality to which no concepts truly apply.

On the other hand, there are interpretations that connect the term “God” in a clear and relatively straightforward way with religious attitudes, such as those of worship, and with very important human desires, such as the desires that good will triumph, that justice be done, and that the world not be one where death marks the end of the individual’s existence.

As Tathamet had given rise to the Burning Hells and its rulers, so too had Anu given rise to the High Heavens and the Angiris Council . The result was the Great Conflict , fought over the Worldstone . [1] Being the eldest and strongest of the Evils, the Three Brothers were responsible for many victories against the armies of the Light . Although even they were never able to breach the Diamond Gates of the High Heavens , the Three were justly feared by enemies and subjects alike. [4]

The Prime Evil was the combination of all the Great Evils into one being. Twenty years after Baal's defeat, the witch Adria , who had been in league with Diablo, sought out the Black Soulstone . With it, she was able to contain the essences of five of the Great Evils ( Mephisto , Baal , Diablo , Andariel and Duriel ).

After six movies and a deceptively large worldwide audience , the Resident Evil film franchise recently came to an end with the release of January's Resident Evil: The Final Chapter . Under the stewardship of writer/director/producer Paul W.S. Anderson, the series gave audiences a different type of zombie movie—one where flashy visuals and video game action redefined the genre at the start of the 21st century. That first movie set the tone for the saga to come, and as we celebrate its 15th anniversary on March 15, take a look at 10 facts about the original Resident Evil .

George Romero basically created the zombie movie genre with 1968’s Night of the Living Dead , and his signature undead style had a huge influence on the original  Resident Evil video game series. So the decision to bring him on to write and direct the first movie was a virtual no-brainer. Video game studio Capcom and Sony came to an agreement with the horror legend in 1998 to bring the film to life, and despite not being familiar with the game series (he researched by watching someone else play the games), Romero wrote a script that closely followed the events of the first Resident Evil title.

Despite early enthusiasm from everyone involved, Romero’s script treatment was eventually rejected and he was fired. “Romero’s script wasn’t good, so Romero was fired,” Capcom producer Yoshiki Okamoto tersely said of the ordeal. That’s not to say Romero never directed anything Resident Evil -related. Before the movie fell through, he was at the helm of a live-action commercial for the  Resident Evil 2  video game that only aired in Japan. (You can watch it above.)

The evil twin is an antagonist found in many different fictional genres . They are physical copies of protagonists , but with radically inverted moralities . In filmed entertainment, they can have obvious physical differences with the protagonist—such as facial hair (often a goatee ), eyepatches , scars or distinctive clothing—that make it easy for the audience to visually identify the two characters. Sometimes, however, the physical differences between the characters will be minimized, so as to confuse the audience. Both roles are almost always played by either the same actor or the actor's actual twin (if the actor has one).

Though there may be moral disparity between actual biological twins , the term is more often a misnomer . In many cases, the two look-alikes are not actually twins, but rather physical duplicates produced by other phenomena (e.g. alternate universes ). In others, the so-called "evil" twin is more precisely a dual opposite to their " good " counterpart, possessing at least some commonality with the value system of the protagonist.

In literature , Beowulf has been cited as an early example of the evil twin story. Although it does not feature biological twins or even characters that seem to have similar appearances, the precise language suggests that the monsters are evil reflections of the hero. [4]

Not inherently evil, elemental power can be mastered by those with both malevolent and benign intentions. The Elemental Evil Player’s Companion provides everything players need to build a character that is tied directly into the Elemental Evil storyline.

New race options include the aarakocra, deep gnome, genasi, and goliath. Additionally, a plethora of new spells put the elements directly at your command.

The Elemental Evil Player’s Companion , was original designed by Richard Baker, Robert J. Schwalb and Stephen Schubert, with additional design and development by Wizards D&D R&D.

The epistemic question posed by evil is whether the world contains undesirable states of affairs that provide the basis for an argument that makes it unreasonable to believe in the existence of God.

The term “God” is used with a wide variety of different meanings. These tend to fall, however, into two main groups. On the one hand, there are metaphysical interpretations of the term: God is a prime mover, or a first cause, or a necessary being that has its necessity of itself, or the ground of being, or a being whose essence is identical with its existence. Or God is not one being among other beings—even a supremely great being—but, instead, being itself. Or God is an ultimate reality to which no concepts truly apply.

On the other hand, there are interpretations that connect the term “God” in a clear and relatively straightforward way with religious attitudes, such as those of worship, and with very important human desires, such as the desires that good will triumph, that justice be done, and that the world not be one where death marks the end of the individual’s existence.

As Tathamet had given rise to the Burning Hells and its rulers, so too had Anu given rise to the High Heavens and the Angiris Council . The result was the Great Conflict , fought over the Worldstone . [1] Being the eldest and strongest of the Evils, the Three Brothers were responsible for many victories against the armies of the Light . Although even they were never able to breach the Diamond Gates of the High Heavens , the Three were justly feared by enemies and subjects alike. [4]

The Prime Evil was the combination of all the Great Evils into one being. Twenty years after Baal's defeat, the witch Adria , who had been in league with Diablo, sought out the Black Soulstone . With it, she was able to contain the essences of five of the Great Evils ( Mephisto , Baal , Diablo , Andariel and Duriel ).

Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin was born on August 30, 1797, in London, of prime literary stock. Her mother, Mary Wollstonecraft, was the author of A Vindication of the Rights of Woman, a feminist tract encouraging women to think and act for themselves. Wollstonecraft died giving birth to Mary, leaving her daughter in the care of her husband, William Godwin, a member of a circle of radical thinkers in England that counted Thomas Paine and William Blake among its ranks. Mary’s upbringing in this rarefied atmosphere exposed her at an early age to cutting-edge ideas, and it forged useful connections for her to such notables as Lord Byron.

Another of the literary types that Mary met as a teenager was Percy Bysshe Shelley, a dashing young poet. Sparks flew, and, in 1814, they ran away together for a tour of France, Switzerland, and Germany—Mary escaping her family and Percy his wife. At first blissful, their affair soon came under strain. Percy’s relationship with Mary waxed and waned with the demands of his wife, Harriet; meanwhile, Mary busied herself with another man. Despite these distractions, the relationship endured and was eventually formalized under scandalous circumstances: Harriet, pregnant with Percy’s child, drowned herself in London in November of 1816 ; Mary and Percy were married weeks later.

After six movies and a deceptively large worldwide audience , the Resident Evil film franchise recently came to an end with the release of January's Resident Evil: The Final Chapter . Under the stewardship of writer/director/producer Paul W.S. Anderson, the series gave audiences a different type of zombie movie—one where flashy visuals and video game action redefined the genre at the start of the 21st century. That first movie set the tone for the saga to come, and as we celebrate its 15th anniversary on March 15, take a look at 10 facts about the original Resident Evil .

George Romero basically created the zombie movie genre with 1968’s Night of the Living Dead , and his signature undead style had a huge influence on the original  Resident Evil video game series. So the decision to bring him on to write and direct the first movie was a virtual no-brainer. Video game studio Capcom and Sony came to an agreement with the horror legend in 1998 to bring the film to life, and despite not being familiar with the game series (he researched by watching someone else play the games), Romero wrote a script that closely followed the events of the first Resident Evil title.

Despite early enthusiasm from everyone involved, Romero’s script treatment was eventually rejected and he was fired. “Romero’s script wasn’t good, so Romero was fired,” Capcom producer Yoshiki Okamoto tersely said of the ordeal. That’s not to say Romero never directed anything Resident Evil -related. Before the movie fell through, he was at the helm of a live-action commercial for the  Resident Evil 2  video game that only aired in Japan. (You can watch it above.)

The evil twin is an antagonist found in many different fictional genres . They are physical copies of protagonists , but with radically inverted moralities . In filmed entertainment, they can have obvious physical differences with the protagonist—such as facial hair (often a goatee ), eyepatches , scars or distinctive clothing—that make it easy for the audience to visually identify the two characters. Sometimes, however, the physical differences between the characters will be minimized, so as to confuse the audience. Both roles are almost always played by either the same actor or the actor's actual twin (if the actor has one).

Though there may be moral disparity between actual biological twins , the term is more often a misnomer . In many cases, the two look-alikes are not actually twins, but rather physical duplicates produced by other phenomena (e.g. alternate universes ). In others, the so-called "evil" twin is more precisely a dual opposite to their " good " counterpart, possessing at least some commonality with the value system of the protagonist.

In literature , Beowulf has been cited as an early example of the evil twin story. Although it does not feature biological twins or even characters that seem to have similar appearances, the precise language suggests that the monsters are evil reflections of the hero. [4]

Not inherently evil, elemental power can be mastered by those with both malevolent and benign intentions. The Elemental Evil Player’s Companion provides everything players need to build a character that is tied directly into the Elemental Evil storyline.

New race options include the aarakocra, deep gnome, genasi, and goliath. Additionally, a plethora of new spells put the elements directly at your command.

The Elemental Evil Player’s Companion , was original designed by Richard Baker, Robert J. Schwalb and Stephen Schubert, with additional design and development by Wizards D&D R&D.

The epistemic question posed by evil is whether the world contains undesirable states of affairs that provide the basis for an argument that makes it unreasonable to believe in the existence of God.

The term “God” is used with a wide variety of different meanings. These tend to fall, however, into two main groups. On the one hand, there are metaphysical interpretations of the term: God is a prime mover, or a first cause, or a necessary being that has its necessity of itself, or the ground of being, or a being whose essence is identical with its existence. Or God is not one being among other beings—even a supremely great being—but, instead, being itself. Or God is an ultimate reality to which no concepts truly apply.

On the other hand, there are interpretations that connect the term “God” in a clear and relatively straightforward way with religious attitudes, such as those of worship, and with very important human desires, such as the desires that good will triumph, that justice be done, and that the world not be one where death marks the end of the individual’s existence.

After six movies and a deceptively large worldwide audience , the Resident Evil film franchise recently came to an end with the release of January's Resident Evil: The Final Chapter . Under the stewardship of writer/director/producer Paul W.S. Anderson, the series gave audiences a different type of zombie movie—one where flashy visuals and video game action redefined the genre at the start of the 21st century. That first movie set the tone for the saga to come, and as we celebrate its 15th anniversary on March 15, take a look at 10 facts about the original Resident Evil .

George Romero basically created the zombie movie genre with 1968’s Night of the Living Dead , and his signature undead style had a huge influence on the original  Resident Evil video game series. So the decision to bring him on to write and direct the first movie was a virtual no-brainer. Video game studio Capcom and Sony came to an agreement with the horror legend in 1998 to bring the film to life, and despite not being familiar with the game series (he researched by watching someone else play the games), Romero wrote a script that closely followed the events of the first Resident Evil title.

Despite early enthusiasm from everyone involved, Romero’s script treatment was eventually rejected and he was fired. “Romero’s script wasn’t good, so Romero was fired,” Capcom producer Yoshiki Okamoto tersely said of the ordeal. That’s not to say Romero never directed anything Resident Evil -related. Before the movie fell through, he was at the helm of a live-action commercial for the  Resident Evil 2  video game that only aired in Japan. (You can watch it above.)

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