Since its release in 1982, the coming of age comedy Porky’s has had the distinction of being the most successful Canadian film with a worldwide box office tally of around $111 Million.
Today the Ontario Media Development Corporation announced that Resident Evil: Afterlife has moved into the top spot with a worldwide gross of $280 Million. Resident Evil: Afterlife is the fourth installment of the science fiction action series set in a post-apocalyptic world. What set this installment apart from the earlier ones is the use of cutting-edge 3D technology.
Question: What common element do both Porky’s and Resident Evil: Afterlife share?
Answer: Veteran Canadian producer Don Carmody produced both films. A tip of the hat to Mr. Carmody.