The film version of World War Z made some major changes to the zombies, so why did the zombie epic turn the undead into swarming ants?
Here's some awesome new footage of deadheads crashing aircraft like there's no tomorrow. These are not the friendly skies!
We usually have to wait until the Super Bowl to check out the epic new movie trailers this time of year, but the team behind World War Z decided to go ahead and give us a sneak peek.
Usually we see our favorite sci-fi stars at work battling zombies, robots, vampires, orcs and even Predators, but sometimes their heroics cross over into real life.
Some new set pics from the reshoots of World War Z have surfaced, offering a glimpse at the reworked third act that got the film delayed a while back. Judging by the bloody look of star Brad Pitt, it seems he's had about enough of the zombie apocalypse.
The wait is over. The first trailer for World War Z has arrived. Tuesday, we previewed the footage and now it's time for the real deal. Let's see what all the fuss is about.
The countdown for World War Z in on. In a couple days, Paramount will release the first trailer for the zombie epic. But why wait when you can get a sneak peek at the footage now?
Next year, Brad Pitt will appear in World War Z, the feature adaptation of a book centered on the zombie apocalypse. Production on the film hasn't been easy and fans are understandably worried about its outcome. But despite delays and reshoots, Pitt claims that it's not that serious.
We already knew about the rewrites and reshoots plaguing Brad Pitt's big-screen adaptation of World War Z, but the flick's problems apparently don't end there. According to inside sources, things have gotten so bad that Pitt and director Marc Forster aren't speaking.
We knew the zombie epic World War Z, based on the Max Brooks novel and starring Brad Pitt, was going to need some extensive reshoots—but now the studio has gone so far as to call in hit-making writer Damon Lindelof to try and salvage the flick.