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Dazzling World Premiere for Resident Evil: Extinction

September 22, 2007 (3:22 am) GMT
Major cast members and other big names lent their star-status to highlight the event, held on September 20, 2007 at Las Vegas' Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino.

The city of Las Vegas seemed to display brighter lights on Thursday, September 20, 2007 as a pack of famous figures in Hollywood got together at its Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino for the world premiere of "."

Most of major cast members delightfully made their way to land on the scene: , Oded Fehr, , , Matthew Marsden, , and , who plays Claire Redfield, the leading character in the original game series. Jovovich, soon to be due her first child with fiancee Paul W.S. Anderson, looked more as a radiant mother-to-be than zombie-slaying heroine, laughing when she let a group of show girls hired for the screening pat her swelling tummy.

Apart from the film's stars, some celebrated names also were snapped attending the occasion, including actress , rapper , and "Baywatch" star , among others. was present as well, accompanied by his beautiful wife, former model Jennifer Flavin, whom he married ten years ago.

Currently in theaters, "Extinction" is directed by Russell Mulcahy and said to be the final installment of the "Resident Evil" film franchise. Larter, however, recently revealed to press that she has "heard whispers" of a fourth movie which may spin off from the Alice arc and focus on Redfield instead.

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