Fans have more power than they know. According to Zombieland writer Rhett Reese, they literally hate-watched the Zombieland series out of existence.
The rules of survival, and zombie kills of the week, are all back in the pilot episode for Amazon’s Zombieland series. Want to see?
The third season of The Walking Dead may be over, but that doesn't mean we can't have some zombie fun in the next few months.
The awesome horror comedy Zombieland is coming back to life, and now we have out first look at the new cast out to find some Twinkies and kill the undead.
A while ago, we heard that instead of a movie sequel to the undead comedy hit Zombieland, we'd instead be getting a TV show.
The 2009 action comedy Zombieland hit at just the right time, on the cusp of the full-on zombie craze, and went on to make over $100 million. So why haven't we seen that long rumored sequel? Director Ruben Fleischer is here to explain.
Syfy's Fact or Faked has seen its share of hoaxes—but trickery is nothing new to moviegoers or movie characters. To celebrate the show's return, we're taking a look back at some of the biggest movie misdirects in history. CAUTION: SPOILERS AHEAD.
Zombieland writers Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese have written a script for a new film—based on a cult fave graphic novel—that could have the coolest title ever. So—what is it?
Zombieland was such a pleasantly surprising sleeper hit in 2009 that it seemed impossible we wouldn't see a sequel. Well, according to producer Gavin Polone, the sequel might be dead, but in its place we could get something better: a TV "zomcom."
If you've been hoping Zombieland's undead-slaughtering band would get back together again for that promised sequel, you're a bit more optimistic than one of the movie's stars. Because in a recent interview, Jessie Eisenberg revealed he doesn't have much faith in the project.