Inferno, Magnificent Seven, Passengers and Equalizer 2. I hope they are not banking too much on Resident Evil unless it is low budget. They have grown boring and repetitive. And now with the popularity of Walking Dead, I think people want more than just a mindless less than two hour action film killing zombies. I am excited about Underworld, but past films haven't been huge hits and I don't know if it's R rating will bring in big numbers. Maybe depending on the budgets of Underworld and Resident Evil they can be a solid money maker, but I wouldn't put the hopes of revitalizing the studio on these two films.