Screen Gems just released the first trailer for "Resident Evil: The Final Chapter," which is being dubbed as the last film in the 14-year franchise.
"Everything's led to this," Milla Jovovich exclaims in the sneak peek, which sees her, once again, battling a horde of undead zombies and a new crop of nasty creatures. "We're gonna kill every last one of them," she adds, menacingly.
The flick will see her character return to where it all began, The Hive, as she takes on Dr. Isaacs, Albert Wesker and that oh-so-dangerous laser-filled hallway.
Joining her in her battle to save humanity are Ali Larter's Claire Redfield, as well as Ruby Rose, Eoin Macken, William Levy, Fraser James and Japanese model Rola.
While we're thrilled to get a trailer, we've got quite a wait before it hits theaters. "Resident Evil: The Final Chapter" won't be released until January 27, 2017 -- just months before the first film's 15th anniversary.
Production of the movie was delayed after Jovovich became pregnant in 2014. "We thought it would be in everyone's best interest to wait till the baby is born before we set out to try and tackle an RE movie," she said at the time.
The film has had its fair share of on-set incidents as well. Milla's stunt double, Olivia Jackson, was severely injured during a motorcycle accident. She later had her arm amputated.
In December 2015, another crew member, Ricardo Cornelius, was crushed to death. "We are all deeply shocked and saddened by this tragic accident, which was out of anyone's control,” a Constantin Film spokesperson said at the time. "Our thoughts and prayers are with his family."
What do you think of the trailer? Glad the series is ending -- or hope it ends with room for yet another sequel? Sound off below!