The fifth entry in the "Resident Evil" franchise is something of a "Resident Evil" all-star edition, with familiar faces returning from earlier installments left and right. Sure, Oded Fehr's Carlos expired in "Resident Evil: Extinction," and Michelle Rodriguez's Rain died in the 2002 original.
But series mastermind Paul W.S. Anderson figured out a way to bring them back, thanks to the mythology-expanding premise of "Resident Evil: Retribution," which reveals more about the Umbrella Corporation and their experimentation with the T-virus. The writer, director and producer recently joined real-life wife Milla Jovovich (Alice, of course, in the flicks) and Rodriguez to explain it all to MTV News.