The holiday season is getting closer — and what better way to celebrate than picking up an awesome Blu-ray box set of your favorite sic-fi flick?
It took a full-scale rewrite and reshoot, but Brad Pitt & Co. finally got the final act of World War Z ironed out. But, how should it have ended?
The folks at ScreenJunkies set their hooks in Brad Pitt and a stampede of rotting story issues.
We’ve already heard about the wild, Russian World War Z ending we’ll never get to see — but why did they go with the one that actually made the cut? Now we know.
Want to get a look at a snow-covered zombie from the World War Z ending we didn’t get to see?
Who would've thought a guy who'd kept such a distance from the movie adaptation of his book would've had so much fun watching the flick?
So, how the heck was this flick supposed to end the first time around, before Damon Lindelof was brought in to completely rejigger the ending into something resembling a finale?
It’s well-documented that Damon Lindelof and Drew Goddard were brought in to fix World War Z, but now it sounds like they had an even bigger role in reworking this weekend’s zombie epic.
It’s not uncommon for directors to make some changes when bringing books to the big screen. But, not all tweaks are created equal.
A new clip from Brad Pitt’s World War Z finally shows off more of the zombie insanity, and gives us our best look yet at those ant-like undead.