Bryan Fuller reveals tantalizing plot details for his Pushing Daisies film

Just a few days ago, Bryan Fuller was telling us he hadn’t given up trying to bring back his wonderfully whimsical TV series Pushing Daisies for a movie -- with a little help from Kickstarter.

The dearly departed series is still very much loved by fans, who have been clamoring for more adventures about Ned (Lee Pace, who will play the villain in Marvel’s upcoming Guardians of the Galaxy), the pie maker who can bring people and things back from the dead with a single touch, and then makes them truly dead if he touches them again.

In a recent interview with  Den of Geek, Fuller offered some tantalizing plot details about the movie, if Fuller can finally get it made:

If we were able to pull off the Kickstarter, there’s a very fun zombie film that starts with a flash-flood in a cemetery and basically is about those denizens of that cemetery having to kill Ned before he can kill them, so it’s a different kind of zombie movie.

Then the conversation turned on the subject of fast- against slow-moving zombies, with Fuller saying:

I think fast, I think because it’s the Pushing Daisies rules so Chuck is, you know, alive.

What say you about this? Do you like Fuller’s idea for his Pushing Daisies film?

(via Den of Geek)

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